Toffoli had a goal, an assist, one shot on net and one blocked shot in Saturday's 7-1 win over the Jets. Toffoli gathered a loose puck with his skates in the slot and beat Connor Hellebuyck stick side for his 15th goal, second in the NHL behind Auston Matthews (18). It was the third straight game with a goal for Toffoli, who was moved from the second to third line. Montreal's reconstituted third line now features two of Montreal's leading goal scorers with Toffoli and Josh Anderson (10 goals).
Toffoli scored a goal on three shots and had two hits in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Jets. Toffoli made up for an egregious giveaway that led to Winnipeg's second goal. Like all good scorers, he set up camp in front of Connor Hellebuyck, which put him in position to redirect Jonathan Drouin's wrister, which was first redirected by Nick Suzuki. It was his team-high 14th goal, his second in as many games and his second in three contests since joining the second line as a fill in for Josh Anderson (lower body).
Toffoli scored an empty-net goal, had four shots, two hits and one blocked shot in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Senators. Toffoli's team-high 13th goal put a stamp on a win that ended Montreal's five game losing streak (0-2-3). He's second on the team with 18 points.
Toffoli took over for the injured Josh Anderson (lower body) on the second line in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Jets. He had a team-high six shots on goal in the loss. Anderson, who left Thursday's game early, is expected to be back within a week, which in theory means he could play Tuesday at home against Ottawa. Toffoli, who has mostly skated on the third line, has been productive no matter where in the lineup. He and Brendan Gallagher are tied for the team lead with 67 shots.
Toffoli scored a goal on three shots and doled out a team-leading five hits in Tuesday's 5-4 shootout loss to Ottawa. Toffoli lit the lamp for the third time in his last four games, creating a 2-on-1 rush in the third period and burying a shot from the right faceoff dot. The 28-year-old has been terrific in his first season with Montreal, pacing the squad in both points (17) and goals (12). He appears to be well on his way to a second straight 20-goal campaign, which would be the fifth of his NHL career.
Last 7 Games
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