Boyd scored a goal on his only shot in Saturday's 4-1 win over Edmonton.
Boyd gave the Canucks a 3-1 lead midway through the third period, going top shelf on Mikko Koskinen just 16 seconds after teammate Matthew Highmore had put Vancouver on top. It was the fifth goal of the season for Boyd, and just his second in 16 games since being acquired from Toronto.
Boyd scored a goal in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Oilers.
His second-period tally was his first goal and point in 12 games since he joined the Canucks after he was waived by the Maple Leafs. Boyd has produced only nine points, 21 shots on net and a minus-3 rating through 32 appearances overall.
Boyd was activated from the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Wednesday, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.
Boyd can return to practice Wednesday as he and the Canucks -- who have seven players remaining in protocol -- prepare for Friday's game versus the Oilers. The 27-year-old still hasn't played for the Canucks since being claimed off waivers March 22.
Boyd was placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Saturday, Pierre LeBrun of The Athletic reports.
Six more Canucks players were placed in protocol Saturday, bringing their total up to 14. Their games have been postponed until Thursday, though it's unlikely that the team returns at that time. Boyd has yet to make his Canucks debut.
Boyd (COVID-19 protocols) has been added to Vancouver's active roster ahead of Wednesday's game versus the Flames, per the NHL's official media site.
Boyd is expected to skate on the third line and second power-play unit in his Vancouver debut Wednesday. The 27-year-old forward picked up eight points in 20 games with the Maple Leafs before being claimed off waivers by the Canucks on March 22.
Boyd (COVID-19 protocol) will practice with the team Tuesday and should be available for Wednesday's game against the Flames, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports.
After being claimed off waivers from the Maple Leafs last week, Boyd is closing in on the end of his seven-day quarantine. As long as he continues to test negative, he'll have an opportunity to make his Canucks debut Wednesday. The 27-year-old recorded eight points over 20 games in a bottom-six role with the Maple Leafs before being waived.
Boyd will arrive in Vancouver and begin his one-week quarantine Tuesday, Rick Dhaliwal of TSN 1040 Vancouver reports.
Boyd will be eligible to play March 31 against the Flames as long as he continues to test negative for COVID-19. The 27-year-old will add depth at center for the Canucks. He produced three goals and five assists across 20 games for the Maple Leafs this year.
The Canucks claimed Boyd off waivers from the Maple Leafs on Monday.
Boyd is the second player that the Canucks have claimed off waivers from the Maple Leafs in the past week. Due to a cross-country flight and COVID-19 protocol, Boyd isn't expected to play in Monday's game versus the Jets, though he could make his Canucks debut in Wednesday's rematch. The 27-year-old center generated three goals and five assists across 20 games with the Maple Leafs before being waived Sunday.
Boyd was waived by the Maple Leafs on Sunday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
The Maple Leafs are hoping Boyd will clear waivers so they can place him on the taxi squad. Boyd has been a healthy scratch in four of the last eight games. He's contributed eight points through 20 games this seaosn.
Boyd collected two assists and was plus-2 in a 6-1 win over Edmonton on Wednesday.
Boyd enjoyed his first multi-point game in nearly a month despite logging a team-low 11:35 of ice time, assisting on a pair of Jimmy Vesey goals. That duo combined with veteran Jason Spezza (three assists) for seven points from the fourth line in a road rout. Boyd has three goals and five assists in 16 games this season.
Boyd scored a power-play goal on two shots and blocked three shots in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Canadiens.
Boyd, in his fourth NHL season, hadn't scored with the man advantage prior to Saturday. He's recently taken on a larger role for the Maple Leafs' power play, and he cashed in their second goal in a span of 17 seconds early in the second period. Boyd has six points, 11 shots on net and a minus-1 rating through 11 outings this year. He usually works in a fourth-line role at even strength, so there's little upside with his current deployment.
Boyd was recalled from the taxi squad and will be in the lineup for Monday's game against Ottawa, CBS Sports reports.
Boyd has been in the lineup for the last six games with the Maple Leafs and eight of the last nine. The 27-year-old forward has four points while averaging 9:38 of ice time through seven games this season.
Boyd was sent down to the taxi squad Sunday, per CBS Sports.
Boyd continues to bounce between levels, but he's essentially locked into a fourth-line role for the Maple Leafs. Boyd has four points and a plus-2 rating through seven appearances this year.
Boyd is in the lineup for Saturday's game versus the Canadiens, indicating he was promoted from the taxi squad.
Boyd has flipped between the active roster and the taxi squad frequently, but he has four points in six games entering Saturday. Expect the 27-year-old to hold down a bottom-six role.
Boyd surfaced on the taxi squad Thursday, Kevin McGran of The Toronto Star reports.
Boyd has appeared in six of the last seven games for the Maple Leafs, accumulating four points in that span. He hasn't gotten on the scoresheet in three games, but he'll likely be back in a fourth-line role prior to Saturday's game versus the Canadiens.
Boyd was promoted to the active roster from Toronto's taxi squad Thursday, per CBS.
Boyd drew into Thursday's game versus Vancouver, picking up two assists in 10:48 of ice time. The 27-year-old forward has picked up four points in three games this campaign.
Boyd collected two assists and was plus-2 on Thursday in a 7-3 win over Vancouver.
Boyd got in on Toronto's offensive eruption, setting up goals by Jason Spezza and Mitch Marner. The first-year Maple Leaf has managed to pick up points in all three of his games with Toronto, totalling on goal and three assists. Boyd fills a bottom-six role -- he logged just under 11 minutes of ice time Thursday -- and produced just 31 points 85 career games with Washington.
Boyd registered an assist in Thursday's 4-3 win over the Oilers.
Boyd set up linemate Jason Spezza for the opening tally 9:29 into the first period. The 27-year-old Boyd has seized on his opportunity to enter the lineup, with a goal and an assist through his first two games this season. Don't expect this to continue for long -- Boyd is seeing very limited usage in a fourth-line role.
Boyd scored a goal in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Flames.
Boyd struck at 2:09 of the second period, just 1:01 after Johnny Gaudreau cut the Maple Leafs' lead to one goal. The tally came in Boyd's debut for Toronto. With Joe Thornton (ribs) out for a month, Boyd should see more chances to play in a bottom-six role, especially when Jason Spezza needs rest.
The Maple Leafs promoted Boyd from AHL Toronto to their active roster Saturday.
Boyd will remain with the big club for the duration of its upcoming four-game road trip. The 27-year-old pivot tallied 10 points in 24 games with Washington last season.
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