Andreoff signed a two-year, $1.5 million contract with the Flyers on Monday.
Andreoff spent the entirety of the 2018-19 season with AHL Syracuse, racking up 26 goals and 55 points in 75 games. The 28-year-old forward's deal with Philadelphia is one way, which suggests he'll get an opportunity to secure a spot on the big club's Opening Night roster as a bottom-six forward during training camp.
Andreoff was demoted to AHL Syracuse on Sunday.
Andreoff picked up two points in Friday's preseason win over Nashville, but with the Lightning's strong group of forwards, there's not much room for him. The 27-year-old was acquired this offseason after scoring nine points with the Kings last year.
Andreoff scored a short-handed goal and added an assist at even strength in Friday's 5-1 preseason win over the Predators.
The 27-year-old is fighting for a bottom-six role on the Bolts, so demonstrating that he can be dangerous on the penalty kill can only help Andreoff's chances of breaking camp on the NHL roster. He had just 13 goals and 24 points in 159 career games for the Kings prior to being traded to Tampa over the summer, though, so if he does win a job don't expect him to make a fantasy impact on his new squad.
Andreoff was dealt to Tampa Bay from Los Angeles on Wednesday in exchange for goaltender Peter Budaj.
It's difficult to see how this helps Andreoff get ice time, as the Lightning are well-stocked with centers and don't really have a place for him at present time. Unless the Lightning plan to flip him somewhere else as part of a package to get something they really need, this move appears more likely to land Andreoff with AHL Syracuse than it does to give him fantasy value in Tampa.
Andreoff scored three goals and six assists during 45 games in 2017-18 but was largely a healthy scratch late in the season and didn't appear in a playoff game.
At the beginning of the season, Andreoff seemed locked into a role with Los Angeles, as he appeared in 22 straight games in October and November. However, after a shoulder injury sidelined him, he started seeing limited playing time, which especially waned down the stretch, as he just skated in three of the last 22 games.
Andreoff set up two goals Saturday in a 6-3 loss to the Lightning.
He has managed to get three assists in his last two games, but just seven points in 36 games this season. Andreoff had an outstanding game, but his fantasy value remains hollow.
Andreoff fired two shots on goal while logging just 8:27 of ice time Monday against the Flyers.
Andreoff is a solid fourth-line grinder for the Kings, but his lack of offensive production keeps him from being a viable option in season-long fantasy formats.
The Kings activated Andreoff (undisclosed) from injured reserve Thursday.
Andreoff's return to action will bolster the Kings' depth up front, but it won't mean much for fantasy owners, as the 26-year-old pivot has only notched one goal and two points while posting a minus-4 rating in 22 games this campaign. The 2011 third-round pick's first opportunity to crack LA's lineup will come Thursday against the Senators.
Andreoff (undisclosed) will begin practicing in the coming week, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
Andreoff has missed the last four games, and though his recovery seems to be going well, it'll be tough for him to crack the lineup for Tuesday's contest against Minnesota with just two practices under his belt. That said, unless Andreoff has a setback during practice, the gritty forward should be in contention to feature Thursday against the Sens.
Andreoff (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, with the move retroactive to Nov. 25, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
It's already been established that Andreoff won't travel with the Kings for a four-game road trip that begins in Detroit on Tuesday and wraps up Sunday against the Blackhawks. Still, this is a bottom-six player who won't help you out much by way of fantasy once healthy.
Andreoff (undisclosed) is in "rest-recovery mode" according to head coach John Stevens and won't travel with the team this week, Jon Rosen of Fox Sports West reports.
The Kings are about to take off on a four-game road trip, so we can rule out Andreoff for those four contests at least. Los Angeles should manage, as the 26-year-old has only averaged 9:22 per game with 22 shots in 22 contests.
Andreoff left Saturday's game against the Ducks with an undisclosed injury, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Andreoff has just one goal and one assist this season, while both of those points came in the last four games. He's been making his living in a bottom-six role by upping his physical presence, accruing 37 hits and 31 PIM through 22 games. He'll have until Tuesday to recover for a matchup with the Red Wings.
Andreoff has yet to record a point this year but has logged 12 hits in his last four games.
Andreoff has played in five straight contests as well, which is an encouraging sign since he went through long periods of being a healthy scratch last year. The 26-year-old doesn't have much of an offensive arsenal, but he's racked up 146 PIM and 152 hits over the previous two seasons.
Andreoff signed a two-year, $1.355 million contract Saturday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
The 26-year-old center was unable to find the back of the net this season and only tacked on two helpers, so it isn't a surprise that he was barely offered more than the minimum to keep him around two more years. Andreoff did post 70 hits in 36 games, His career faceoff percentage of 52 percent does help his value in the long term, but don't expect any true fantasy potential this season.
Andreoff has failed to find the scoresheet in seven games since returning from a thumb injury.
Of greater concern for Andreoff is his lack of playing time as he's only managed to skate in seven of the Kings' last 17 games since returning. There's nothing to get excited about here given his lack of playing time and production.
Andreoff is healthy following thumb surgery, but the Kings currently do not have room for him in the lineup, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
Well, at least we know exactly what had kept Andreoff from playing in the past 12 games; he'd previously had the nebulous upper-body designation. At any rate, if the Kings are unable to find a spot for him in their lineup, it shouldn't be any different for you in your virtual club.
Andreoff (upper body) is not expected to be active Wednesday night against the Islanders, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
Andreoff reportedly stayed on the ice late during morning skate, a sign that he's not quite ready to roll. However, he should benefit from extra rest. After Wednesday, the Kings don't play again until Saturday's home clash with the Blackhawks.
Andreoff (upper body) could return to the Kings as early as next week, LA Kings Insider reports.
Andreoff has apparently been skating at the Kings' practice facility during the team's five-game road trip, and he said he only needs a couple more practices to be ready. If the 25-year-old does not encounter any setbacks in the coming days, he could make his return to the Kings' lineup next Wednesday against the Islanders.
Andreoff (upper body) is one of three Kings players who will be out of action until some point in December, the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Brayden McNabb (collarbone) and Marian Gaborik (foot) are the others. "They're a minimum of four weeks away," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "Four to six or four to seven for those three." While it's unfortunate to see any player sustain an injury, the silver lining is that Andreoff's absence isn't likely to cause a stir in the fantasy realm as he's gone pointless with a minus-1 rating in nine games.
Andreoff (lower body) was placed on short-term IR on Thursday, according to the NHL's official media site.
Andreoff was injured in Sunday's game against the Blackhawks. The earliest the pivot can return is Nov. 8 for a home contest against the Penguins. The 25-year-old hasn't been much of a factor for the Kings, as he's gone pointless on the season.
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