Toffoli registered an assist in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Coyotes.
With a goal, four helpers and 19 shots in his last seven games, Toffoli has picked up the pace near the end of the season. It's still been a tough year for the 26-year-old winger, who has 34 points in 80 games this season.
Toffoli notched a power-play assist in Saturday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blackhawks.
Toffoli provided the secondary helper on Drew Doughty's overtime winner with only 12 seconds left in the extra frame. Driven by a low 5.9 percent shooting rate, Toffoli has earned 33 points (13 goals, 20 helpers) in 78 games, as well as a minus-15 rating. With better luck, he'd have had a better chance of reaching 40 points for the fourth time.
Toffoli potted an empty net goal and added five PIM for fighting in Monday's 3-0 win over the Flames.
The fight came first, as Toffoli dropped the mitts with former King Oscar Fantenberg. Toffoli then deposited his 13th goal of the season to seal the victory late in the third period. The 26-year-old has 31 points in 75 games in a down year for most Kings players across the board.
Toffoli dished an assist and fired four shots on goal in Saturday's 4-3 shootout win over the Ducks.
Toffoli, like many of his Kings teammates, has had a down season with 30 points (12 goals, 18 helpers) in 74 appearances. What's really hurt fantasy owners is Toffoli only having three power-play points this season, after recording 12 of his 47 points from 2017-18 on the man advantage. With 206 shots this year, his lack of success can be mostly chalked up to a 5.8 shooting percentage, down from his career average of 10.2 percent.
Toffoli (illness) will be in the lineup against the Sharks on Thursday, Dan Greenspan of NHL.com reports.
Toffoli returns to action after missing just one game due to illness. The winger figures to return to a top-six role, in addition to lining up on the power play. Despite averaging 2:02 of ice time with the man advantage, the Ontario native has just three power-play points to show for it.
Toffoli (illness) was not on the ice for the Kings' morning skate, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports
With just two points in his past 16 games, Toffoli has been a total non-factor in fantasy circles since Valentine's Day. Odds are he wasn't in your lineup at this point anyway, given his lack of production, but if he was, it's time to bench him at least until he's over this sickness.
Toffoli earned an assist and fired six shots on goal in Thursday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Stars.
The helper snaps a seven-game point drought for the winger, which contributed to Toffoli's mild totals of four goals and eight points across 14 games in February. He did have 39 shots on goal over that span, but offense has been hard to come by for many Kings, as they average only 2.34 goals per game as a team.
Toffoli lit the lamp on two of his team's five markers, including once on the power play in a 5-1 win over New Jersey on Tuesday.
Where has this come from? Toffoli had all of seven goals in his first 49 games and now has four in his past four. There's a slight chance that he could be breaking out of a season-long slumber, but it's more likely that this is just a blip in a forgettable season.
Toffoli scored the overtime winner and added an assist in Monday's 4-3 victory over the Rangers.
His ninth goal of the season, and second GWG, came just 25 second into the extra period. Toffoli's production this year has been sluggish, but he's found a little spark lately, scoring two goals and six points in his last six games.
Toffoli scored a goal and added an assist in Monday's win over the Blues.
Brendan Leipsic picked up a turnover in the offensive zone and dished it to Toffoli, who had the whole net open, and Toffoli didn't miss. He added a secondary assist on Paul LaDue's game-winning goal. Toffoli now has four points in the last four games.
Toffoli scored 1:40 into overtime Sunday, lifting his team to a 4-3 win over Vegas.
Toffoli needs to petition the NHL to play against Vegas every night, because that's currently the only team he can score against. In his past 16 games, he's scored in two of them: the two games against the Golden Knights. His last point against someone other than Vegas came on Nov. 21 against Colorado, so it's pretty obvious that he's a long way from being a useful option in any fantasy format.
Toffoli scored an unassisted goal on three shots with a plus-1 rating in Friday's 2-1 shootout win over the Blackhawks.
After grabbing the puck just outside his own blue line midway through the second period, Toffoli carried it into the Chicago end and got credit for the first goal of the game when his passing attempt banked into the net off the skate of Duncan Keith. Toffoli snapped a three-game point drought in the process, and the 26-year-old winger now has a respectable five goals and 10 points in 18 games on the season.
Toffoli scored one goal and tallied an assist in Tuesday's 4-1 win over Anaheim.
Despite the Kings' struggles to begin the season, Toffoli has been an adequate contributor, finding himself second on the team in goals and fourth in assists.
Toffoli has recorded seven points in 12 games.
Toffoli has played well despite LA's collective struggles and is tied for third on the team with seven points. The Kings, meanwhile, stumbled out of the gate, going 3-8-1 in their first dozen games of 2018-19. Even if his team continues to trend downwards, Toffoli should put up enough points to warrant daily fantasy consideration.
Toffoli found twine Friday in a 3-2 overtime home loss to the Sharks.
Toffoli put the puck past Martin Jones after the puck skipped off the end boards and met the winger at a sharp angle near the doorstep. The Kings' second-round (47th overall) pick from 2010 lit the lamp 24 times with a team- and career-high 251 shots last season, so he's usually not a bad alternative to captain Anze Kopitar if you're looking to save DFS game dollars and prefer to stick with the Kings.
Toffoli scored twice in Monday's 4-1 preseason win over Vancouver.
Toffoli opened the scoring with the only first-period goal for either team, and he added another tally in the middle frame. He'll have trouble earning a top-six role if he sticks at right wing with Dustin Brown and newly-acquired Ilya Kovalchuk ahead of him, but Toffoli should still see significant ice time if he can carry this strong form over into the regular season.
Toffoli recorded 47 points (24 goals, 23 assists) in 82 games during the 2017-18 campaign while averaging 16:07 of ice time.
Although Toffoli got off to a strong start to the year, posting 15 points in his first 20 games, he couldn't keep up the high pace for the rest of the season, but impressively suited up for every contest including playoffs. The 25-year-old did have a strong 51.5 Corsi, but started 58 percent of his shifts in the offensive end, which certainly helped his points total. The loss of Jeff Carter seemed to hurt Toffoli as well, as he had 18 points in 26 games when Carter was skating next to him on the second line, and just 29 points in 55 games when he was sidelined. Toffoli will return to Los Angeles next season, and should once again line up in the top six and have a power-play presence.
Toffoli had two assists and fired five shots on goal in Thursday's win over the Coyotes.
Toffoli continues to be a very reliable second-line winger, putting up 24 goals and 46 points in 78 games. The Kings are likely looking at a playoff berth and the steady offensive production from Toffoli is one of the reasons why. The sniper's lethal goal-scoring ability makes him a great fantasy play in most formats.
Toffoli scored a goal and set up another in a 3-0 win over Vancouver on Monday.
Toffoli tends to put points on the board in spurts rather than doing so in a steady manner, so this could be the start of a streak after he went scoreless in his past three contests. If it is, he has an outside chance to break the 50-point barrier for just the second time in his career. However, if you have more consistent options, it's probably a good idea to count on them at this point in the season rather than chase Toffoli's potential for a big game.
Toffoli scored a goal and added a power-play assist during Tuesday's 7-3 loss to Carolina.
After going 13 games without a goal and recording just a single assist, this multi-point showing was long overdue. Toffoli is notoriously streaky, and with just 19 goals and 14 assists through 56 games this year, he'll need a heater to approach his career-best showing during the 2015-16 campaign (31 goals and 58 points).
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