Andreoff was placed on waivers Monday.
Andreoff posted an assist in 14 games with the Flyers during the 2019-20 season. The 80th overall selection of the Kings in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft could end up on the taxi squad once the roster shuffling concludes.
Andreoff is with the Flyers ahead of the start of training camp kicking off Monday, Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Andreoff shouldn't be expected to get into the lineup during the postseason given the organization's depth down the middle. Heading into the 2020-21 campaign, the potential free-agent departures of Nate Thompson and Derek Grant could open up opportunities for Andreoff to grab a spot on the 23-man roster.
The Flyers reassigned Andreoff to AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday.
Andreoff went scoreless while logging 11:25 of ice time during his one-game stay with the big club. He'll return to a role with Lehigh Valley, where he's notched 10 points in 25 games this campaign.
The Flyers recalled Andreoff from AHL Lehigh Valley on Thursday.
Joel Farabee (undisclosed) won't be available for Thursday's clash with New Jersey, so Andreoff will likely draw into the lineup against the Devils. The 28-year-old forward has tallied one helper in 13 games with the big club this campaign.
Andreoff was reassigned to AHL Lehigh Valley on Wednesday.
Andreoff cleared waivers Dec. 29, but he stuck with the big club and played in two more games. The 28-year-old has averaged just 8:19 per contest at the top level, so he'll strive for more opportunities in the minors.
Andreoff, who was placed on waivers, will play in Saturday's game against the Sharks, Sam Carchidi of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Despite being placed on waivers, Andreoff will suit up for Saturday's matchup since Scott Laughton (groin) isn't ready. If Andreoff clears waivers, he may stick with the big club if Laughton can't play Sunday against the Ducks as well. Through 10 games with the big club this year, Andreoff has posted just one point and 14 hits.
Andreoff has zero points, a plus-1 rating, two PIM, five hits and two shots on goal in four games since returning to the NHL on Dec. 17.
The 28-year-old has one assist and hasn't notched a goal in 10 games with the Flyers this season. His best category has been hits, as he has 14 of those. He also has a plus-1 rating, two PIM and 10 shots.
The Flyers waived Andreoff on Saturday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Scott Laughton (groin) and Michael Raffl (finger) are both nearing a return to action, so Philadelphia is no longer in need of Andreoff's services up front. In the likely event that he clears waivers, Andreoff will be sent to AHL Lehigh Valley.
The Flyers recalled Andreoff from AHL Lehigh Valley on Tuesday.
Andreoff has been decent in the minors this season, notching four goals and eight points in 14 games. The 28-year-old is expected to occupy a bottom-six role Tuesday against Anaheim, skating with Mikhail Vorobyov and Chris Stewart on Philadelphia's fourth line.
The Flyers assigned Andreoff to AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Scott Laughton is expected to return to the lineup Saturday against Calgary, so Philadelphia is no longer in need of Andreoff's services on the wing. The 28-year-old vet will return to a prominent role with Lehigh Valley, where he's racked up three goals and seven points in 10 games this campaign.
Andreoff registered an assist in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Senators.
Andreoff set up fellow Flyers newcomer Tyler Pitlick for a first-period goal, but that was all the offense the team could muster. Andreoff recorded 24 points in 159 games over parts of four seasons with the Kings. He spent all of 2018-19 with the Lightning's AHL affiliate prior to signing with the Flyers in July. The 28-year-old forward is more of a physical presence than a scoring threat -- his best offensive year saw him notch 10 points along with 82 hits in 60 games during the 2015-16 campaign.
The Flyers recalled Andreoff from AHL Lehigh Valley on Friday.
Andreoff has been pretty productive in the minors this season, notching three goals and seven points in 10 contests. The 28-year-old forward could make his season debut with the Flyers as soon as Saturday against Toronto.
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.
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