Andersson recorded an assist and two hits in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Coyotes. Andersson hasn't been very effective this season with only four points and 21 shots on goal through 18 contests. The Swede set up a Gabriel Vilardi goal in the third period Wednesday. Andersson will likely be limited to bottom-six duties when he's in the lineup.
Andersson scored a goal on three shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Ducks. Andersson tallied at 14:56 of the third period to tie the game at 1-1. Anze Kopitar's tally 4:08 later was enough to complete the Kings' comeback. It's been a tough year for Andersson, his first in Los Angeles. The Swede has produced only three goals, 20 shots on net and a minus-6 rating in 15 contests, mainly in a bottom-six role.
Andersson was brought up to the active roster from the taxi squad Wednesday. It's not yet known if Andersson will play Wednesday's game against the Ducks, but the fact he's suited up only 13 times with the Kings this year and hasn't done so since April 2 doesn't make it seem likely.
Andersson was assigned to the Kings' taxi squad Monday, Lisa Dillman of The Athletic reports. Andersson will be a candidate to draw into the lineup Monday against the Ducks, though he's struggled to make much of a difference at the NHL level. Despite producing at a point-per-game pace in 14 AHL contests, Andersson has chipped in just two goals without an assist in 13 appearances with the Kings.
Andersson was assigned to AHL Ontario on Sunday, John Hoven of SiriusXM NHL Network Radio reports. Andersson was called up Saturday but didn't draw into the lineup for the loss to Arizona. He's expected to return to the lineup with the minor-league affiliate Sunday. The 22-year-old has registered 14 points across 13 AHL appearances this year.
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