It seems like some drama that will never end. 

Edmonton Oilers prospect Jesse Puljujarvi has kind of made it clear he wants to play somewhere else. 

While Oilers' GM Ken Holland has made it clear he won't trade the forward for peanuts and feels no pressure to move him until he gets what he wants. 

Last year Puljujarvi decided to go play in Finland instead of signing a new deal with the Oilers. 

It seems the restricted free agent has already made a decision regarding next season. 

Kurt Leavins of the Edmonton Journal believes Puljujarvi will sign another one year deal with Karpat of SM-liiga. 

After struggling to get going in the NHL, the 22 year old registered 53 points in 56 games last year in Finland. 

Do you think he'll ever play in the NHL again?

Source: Kurt Leavins