Tinordi posted an assist and two blocked shots in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win over the Flames.
Tinordi earned the secondary helper on Colton Sissons' first-period tally. Technically, it's been a career year for Tinordi -- he has five points in 22 contests. The 28-year-old is mostly a third-pairing defenseman. He's added 62 hits, 27 blocked shots and 32 PIM this year, which probably won't interest fantasy owners.
Tinordi skated just 15:14 Saturday against the Blue Jackets, and failed to register a point for the 10th time in 13 games since being recalled from AHL Milwaukee in late January.
The good news is, Tinordi is seeing regular minutes for the Preds these days, essentially taking Matt Irwin's spot on the team's third defensive unit. However, providing offense is still not really in his job description as a bottom-pairing defender, making him completely irrelevant from a fantasy perspective.
Tinordi scored a goal in Wednesday's 5-4 win over the Capitals.
The towering blueliner got his first goal in an NHL uniform only days after being called up from AHL Milwaukee. Don't get used to these nights, though. In eight games, Tinordi has only managed a goal and an assist, on-brand for the offensively-challenged rearguard. Mind you, he's not shy to throw his body around, as Tinordi dished out eight hits, a game high, in the win.
Tinordi was recalled by the Predators from AHL Milwaukee on Sunday.
Tinordi spent the All-Star break with the Admirals for some extra ice time, collecting an assist in four games. Now back at the NHL level, the 27-year-old has one point in seven games, and his next chance to draw into the lineup will be Monday's game against Toronto.
Tinordi was reassigned to AHL Milwaukee on Friday.
Tinordi is among three players sent to the Admirals with just one game remaining on the schedule prior to a week-long break. He should continue to see action with the team's affiliate before potentially rejoining the top club ahead of the Jan. 27 clash with the Maple Leafs.
Tinordi has zero points, five PIM and 21 hits in five games since being recalled from AHL Milwaukee in late December.
With just six points in 58 NHL games over five seasons, the 27-year-old Tinordi is a fringe player at best and shouldn't be on anyone's fantasy roster. In the meantime, with fellow blueliners Ryan Ellis and Dante Fabbro both out with upper-body injuries, Tinordi should continue to see steady minutes for the time being.
Tinordi was recalled from AHL Milwaukee on Friday.
Tinordi hasn't seen action at the top level since he logged a combined 10 games with Montreal and Arizona back in the 2015-16 season. There's little reason to get excited about him from a fantasy perspective given his five points through 28 AHL games this season and minimal production in previous stints at the top level.
Tinordi has inked a two-year, two-way contract with the Predators, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
The deal is worth $700,000 at the NHL level and $300,000 at the AHL level, but the latter number will likely be more relevant to Tinordi's future. The 26-year-old hasn't played in the NHL since the 2015-16 season, and with the depth Nashville has on defense that seems unlikely to change. Tinordi collected 22 points in 75 games last season with the AHL's Milwaukee Admirals.
Tinordi signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Predators on Sunday.
The deal is worth $650,000 at the NHL level and $325,000 at the AHL level, but the latter number will likely be more relevant to Tinordi's future. The 26-year-old hasn't played in the NHL since the 2015-16 season, and with the depth Nashville has on defense that seems unlikely to change.
Tinordi was waived by the Penguins on Tuesday, James Mirtle of The Athletic Toronto reports.
Tinordi has appeared in 53 contests -- primarily with the Canadiens -- but is still looking for his first NHL goal. Unfortunately for the defenseman, he will have to wait a little longer, as he'll start the season in the minors with the Baby Pens. Given Pittsburgh's depth on the blue line, it would take a significant number of injuries for the 25-year-old to crack the game-day lineup, so look for him to spend the 2017-18 campaign in the minors.
Tinordi inked a one-year, two-way deal with Pittsburgh on Saturday worth $650,000.
Tinordi -- who played with Olli Maatta in juniors -- spent the entire 2016-17 season in the minors with AHL Tucson. It seems likely the former first-round pick will start the year with the Baby Pens, but considering all the injuries PIttsburgh dealt with last year on its blue line, adding Tinordi will help provide some much needed depth.
Tinordi (suspension) was assigned to AHL Tucson on Saturday.
Tinordi, suspended for the first 20 games of the NHL season due to a failed drug test, was placed on waivers Friday and will now head to the Coyotes' minor league affiliate on assignment. Given the blueliner has only played 53 games in his four-year NHL career, he offers little fantasy value even if he does get recalled after his suspension.
Tinordi was waived by the Coyotes on Friday, Renaud Lavoie of the Montreal Journal reports.
The defenseman was suspended for the first 20 games of the year due to a failed drug test, so he hasn't yet hit the ice this season. Tinordi hasn't had much success in his NHL career (six points in 53 games over four seasons), so it wouldn't be surprising to see him go unclaimed -- especially given his suspension.
Tinordi has been suspended for 20 games for violating the NHL's Performance-Enhancing Substances Program.
This announcement shouldn't have much impact on the fantasy front, as the blueliner hasn't recorded a point in 10 NHL games between two franchises this season. The suspension will put an end to his 2015-16 campaign (barring a reduced sentence by appeal) and could wind up costing him some opportunities entering the offseason as a free agent.
Tinordi (lower body) took part in line rushes during pregame warmups, indicating he will play Friday against the Ducks, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Tinordi, who hasn't registered a point in three games with the Yotes this season, is expected to skate alongside Zbynek Michalek on Arizona's second pairing in Friday's contest.
Tinordi (lower body) was scratched for Thursday's game against the Blackhawks, Craig Morgan of Arizona Sports reports.
Tinordi sustained the undisclosed injury in warmups Tuesday and has now missed two straight games as a result. He'll get his next chance to get back on the ice Friday against the Ducks.
Tinordi (undisclosed) was not on the ice for warmups and will not play Tuesday against the Kings, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
Tinordi sustained an injury in the morning and left the ice only to return later. He can be considered day-to-day for now, and his next chance to return will come Thursday when Arizona hosts Chicago. Kevin Connauton will likely replace Tinordi on the Coyotes' second defensive pairing and Nicklas Grossmann will likely move up to replace Connauton on the third pairing Tuesday.
Tinordi made his debut for Arizona on Saturday, getting 15:39 TOI in a 3-2 win over the Kings. He had four blocked shots and two hits in the win.
Tinordi was acquired from Montreal more than a week ago, but had not yet suited up for the Coyotes. He stepped in for Nicklas Grossman, who sat out the game due to illness. Tinordi's a young, physical defender that needs ice time to develop. He wasn't getting that in Montreal, but the Coyotes are in a position where they can give Tinordi the minutes.
Tinordi was acquired from the Canadiens in exchange for Victor Bartley and John Scott, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
Tinordi is a former first-round pick of the Habs, but has played just three games in the NHL this season. The big defenseman wasn't drafted for his offensive abilities (he has six assists in 46 career games), but he's failed to establish himself as a solid defender to this point. The Coyotes have much less depth at defense than the Canadiens, so Tinordi should be afforded more opportunities to succeed in Arizona.
Tinordi made his season debut on the blue line for the Canadiens in Monday night's 5-1 loss to the Predators.
Tinordi filled in for the injured Jeff Petry (upper body) and will likely do the same Tuesday when Montreal is in Minnesota. He finished with three hits in 15:31 and was on ice for three of Nashville's goals.
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