Toffoli secured a four-year, $17 million contract with Montreal on Monday.
Toffoli racked up 24 goals and 20 helpers in 68 appearances for the Kings and Canucks last season. It was the fourth time in his last six years that Toffoli garnered 40-plus points. The 27-year-old winger may have to compete alongside Josh Anderson for a spot on the second line.
Toffoli will not return to Vancouver and is set to land on the open market, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Toffoli racked up 10 points in 10 regular-season contests with Vancouver before adding another two goals and two assists in six playoff games. The winger should provide solid fantasy value this season, as he is more than capable of reaching the 40-point threshold for the third time in four seasons.
Toffoli scored a power-play goal in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Golden Knights in Game 4.
Toffoli gave the Canucks their first and only lead of the game with his marker at 11:26 of the second period. The Golden Knights erased that lead with three goals in the third period. Through four postseason outings, Toffoli has two tallies, two helpers, eight shots on net and 10 hits.
Toffoli (lower body) scored a goal on three shots and added two assists in Tuesday's 5-2 win over Vegas in Game 2.
Toffoli only skated 14:35 in the contest, but his impact was felt early and often. He opened the scoring just 1:29 into the first period, and he later set up Bo Horvat on the power play as well as Elias Pettersson at even strength. Toffoli missed 10 games with the injury, but his return should provide a boost to the Canucks' top-six forwards.
Toffoli (lower body) will return to the lineup for Tuesday's Game 2 matchup against the Golden Knights.
The 28-year-old has not seen action since Aug. 2, so he'll be a huge boost to the lineup, especially considering his team was shutout in Game 1. Toffoli will slot back into a top-6 role for the team Tuesday, playing on the wing with Elias Pettersson and Tanner Pearson. Toffoli racked up 24 goals and 44 points across 68 games during the regular season.
Toffoli (lower body) will participate in Vancouver's gameday skate and could be available for Tuesday night's Game 2 against the Golden Knights, TSN Radio Vancouver reports.
Toffoli's return would represent a huge boost for a Vancouver offense that was shutout in Sunday's 5-0 Game 1 loss to Vegas. If he's given the green light, the 28-year-old winger will likely slot into a top-six role and a spot on one of the Canucks' power-play units for Tuesday evening's contest.
Toffoli (lower body) won't play in Saturday's Game 1 matchup versus the Golden Knights, Dan Murphy of Sportsnet reports.
Toffoli has yet to play since Aug. 2, but the Canucks were hinting he had a chance to play in Game 6 against the Blues. Nevertheless, the 28-year-old forward will miss a 10th straight game, allowing Loui Eriksson to remain in the top six.
Toffoli (lower body) won't play in Friday's Game 6 versus the Blues, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Toffoli appeared to have a chance to enter the lineup Friday, but he'll instead aim to be ready for a potential Game 7 on Sunday. Loui Eriksson will retain a top-six role for at least one more game.
Toffoli (lower body) was targetting a Game 7 return but hasn't been ruled out for Friday's Game 6 matchup with the Blues, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.
Toffoli hasn't played since Game 1 versus the Wild back on Aug. 2 due to his lower-body issue. Whenever Toffoli does jump back into the lineup, it will likely mean the end of Loui Eriksson filling a top-six role for the Canucks. Prior to the league going on hiatus back in March, Toffoli racked up 10 points in 10 games, including a trio of power-play points.
Toffoli (lower body) won't suit up in Wednesday's Game 5 matchup against the Blues, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
The 28-year-old will miss his eighth straight contest with the lower-body issue, however, Dreger was quick to point out that Toffoli is making progress toward a return. Toffoli's next chance to suit up is in Friday's Game 6, so expect an update on his health again ahead of the clash.
Toffoli (lower body) is considered doubtful for Wednesday's Game 5 against St. Louis, Matthew Sekers of TSN 1040 AM reports.
Toffoli is reportedly getting closer to a return, but he'll almost certainly have to wait for Friday's Game 6 for his next opportunity to do so. The trade deadline acquisition has been limited to one game this postseason due to a lower-body injury.
Toffoli (lower body) will not play in Monday's Game 4 contest against St. Louis.
Toffoli will miss his seventh consecutive game with his lower-body injury. The 28-year-old forward will be questionable for Game 5 on Wednesday until there's another update available.
Toffoli (lower body) will not suit up for Game 3 against the Blues on Sunday.
Toffoli hasn't suited up since Aug. 2 against the Wild and was seen in a walking boot after that contest. There's been no update on his status or when he might be able to return.
Toffoli (lower body) will miss a fifth straight game Friday, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
The Canucks have yet to release an expected timetable for Toffoli's recovery, but he was spotted wearing a walking boot after exiting the first game of Vancouver's qualifying-round matchup with the Wild, so he may not be back anytime soon. Loui Eriksson will continue to skate in a top-six role until Toffoli is ready to return.
Toffoli (lower body) did not take warmups and will not play in Wednesday's Game 1 versus the Blues, Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet.ca reports.
Toffoli missed the last three games of Vancouver's series against the Wild, and his lower-body injury isn't quite healed yet, so he'll sit out again. Expect Loui Eriksson to retain a top-six role in Toffoli's absence. Toffoli's next chance to return is Friday's Game 2.
Toffoli (lower body) is still questionable to play in Wednesday's Game 1 against St. Louis, TSN Radio Vancouver reports.
Toffoli managed five hits and a minus-1 rating in Game 1 versus Minnesota, logging 15:22 of ice time. If Toffoli remains unavailable, Loui Eriksson should continue to fill a top-six role while Zack MacEwen holds onto his spot in the lineup.
Toffoli (lower body) did not take warmups and will not play in Friday's Game 4 versus the Wild, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Toffoli was spotted in a walking boot before Tuesday's Game 2, and his apparent lower-body injury hasn't healed enough for him to return yet. Loui Eriksson will likely remain in a top-six role in place of Toffoli.
Toffoli (lower body) won't play in Thursday's Game 3 versus Minnesota, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Toffoli was spotted in a walking boot priot to Tuesday's Game 2, so the fact that he won't play Thursday doesn't come as a surprise. The Canucks have to yet to release an expected timetable for the winger's recovery, but he appears to be in danger of missing the rest of Vancouver's qualifying round matchup with the Wild at a minimum.
Toffoli missed Tuesday's Game 2 versus the Wild due to a lower-body injury, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.
Per Thomas Drance of The Athletic Vancouver, the forward was spotted in a walking boot. Toffoli was a surprise scratch ahead of Game 2, but it's now known he sustained an injury prior to Tuesday's clash. He'll be reevaluated before Thursday's Game 3, but this could end up being a longer-term injury for the 28-year-old.
Toffoli (undisclosed) did not take pregame warmups and will not play Tuesday versus the Wild, Brendan Batchelor of Sportsnet 650 reports.
Toffoli managed five hits and skated 15:22 during Sunday's 3-0 loss in Game 1, but he's apparently become unfit to play prior to Game 2. Adam Gaudette is also out Tuesday, while Jake Virtanen (undisclosed) and Loui Eriksson (undisclosed) are ready to return to action to fill out the lineup.
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