Toews finished Thursday's 4-3 loss to Ottawa with two assists.
Toews picked up a pair of secondary helpers in this game, bringing his season point total up to 28. In addition to his two assists, the defenseman picked up a minor penalty and a blocked shot in the loss.
Toews scored a goal and picked up an assist in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sharks.
Brock Nelson found Toews all alone in the high slot and Toews picked a corner to put the Islanders up 4-1 late in the second period. It was the sixth goal of the season for Toews, a new career high. He also assisted on Anders Lee's game-winner earlier in the frame and now has 24 points in 61 games on the year.
Toews scored a goal on two shots and was plus-3 in Monday's 5-3 win over Washington.
Toews broke in alone to score his fifth goal of the season -- matching his rookie total from 2018-19 -- giving the Islanders a 3-1 lead late in the first period. The 25-year-old has seven points (two goals, five assists) over his last eight games and is up to a career-high 22 points on the year.
Toews scored a goal and added two assists, one on the power play, in Saturday's 6-4 loss to the Capitals.
The 25-year-old defenseman hadn't had a multi-point game all season and had only two helpers in his prior 16 games, but Toews busted out with a big afternoon, only to see it go to waste when the Caps scored five unanswered goals in the third period. Toews has almost exactly matched his production from his debut last year, posting four goals and 18 points through 47 games so far in 2019-20.
Toews recorded an assist, five shots on goal, two hits and two blocked shots in Monday's 1-0 win over the Avalanche.
Toews relayed a Michael Dal Colle pass through to Anders Lee, who beat Avalanche goalie Pavel Francouz glove-side for the only goal of the game. The assist snapped a 10-game point drought for Toews. The 25-year-old blueliner is up to 14 points, 76 shots and 43 blocked in 41 contests. He had 18 points in 48 outings last year -- Toews should be able to top both of those marks by the end of the season.
Toews hasn't registered a point and has a rating of minus-3 in his last five games.
Overall on the season, Toews has three goals and 10 assists along with a rating of plus-4 in 35 games. The long season may be catching up to Toews as this is his first full campaign in the NHL. Toews could eventually be the best overall defender for the Islanders as he has a solid defensive presence along with an ability to help out in the offensive zone. The defense for the Islanders should be in good shape for years to come with Noah Dobson, Ryan Pulock, and Toews.
Toews has hit a rut of late as he is scoreless with a rating of minus-3 in his last four games.
Overall Toews is having a solid season with three goals, 10 assists, and a plus-4 rating in 34 games. This will be the first full season for Toews as he only played 48 games in 2018-19. Toews shows flashes of being a very capable two-defender but will still need time to develop consistency. This Islanders future on defense looks bright with Noah Dobson, Ryan Pulock, and Toews leading the way.
Toews produced an assist and four shots on goal in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Stars.
Toews delivered the primary assist on Mathew Barzal's third-period tally. The blueliner had gone eight straight games without a point. Toews is up to 12 points and 50 shots in 28 contests this season, but he'll need to be a bit more consistent to hold fantasy appeal. He's got 30-point potential, as long as he can mitigate the dry spells.
Toews hasn't scored a goal in his last 13 games for the Islanders.
Toews does have seven assists during this time period so all is not lost offensively. The Islanders are playing extremely well at present but any offense from their defensemen is always appreciated. On the season, Toews has two goals, nine assists and a rating of plus-5 in 19 games. Toews just might be the Islanders' most complete defender.
Toews had an assist and seven shots on goal in a 4-1 win over Ottawa on Tuesday.
Toews now has two goals and seven assists in 14 games this season along with a plus-2 rating. The seven assists lead the team, as Toews has proven to be the Islanders' best offensive defensemen in the early part of the season and a major contributor to the current 10-game winning streak.
Toews tallied a power-play assist in a 3-1 win against Winnipeg on Thursday.
The win saw Toews record a point for a third straight game, giving him a total of five in seven contests. It wasn't all positive, though, as his five giveaways were the most of any skater Thursday. Toews definitely needs to clean up that part of his game.
Toews notched a power-play assist and a plus-2 rating in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Jets.
After a goal in Friday's season-opening loss to the Capitals, Toews now has two points in as many games. While not particularly physical as a defenseman -- he had only 24 hits and 30 blocked shots last year -- the 25-year-old could play his way onto the fantasy scene through point production.
Toews scored a goal on three shots in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Capitals.
Toews' goal was about as fluky as they come, deflecting off of four Capitals skaters before trickling behind goalie Ilya Samsonov. Unfortunately for the Islanders, that was the only marker they'd put on the board. Toews had five goals and 18 points over 48 games last season, and figures to challenge the 30-point threshold over a full campaign.
Toews managed two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 5-2 loss to the Hurricanes in Game 4.
Toews had a goal and four helpers over eight postseason appearances in his rookie year, to go along with 18 points in 48 regular-season games. The fourth-round pick from 2014 made himself a fixture on the Islanders' blue line from the end of December onward, and should continue to evolve in 2019-20, having already shown some offensive skill.
Toews was impressive in the Islanders' sweep of the Penguins in the first round of the playoffs. He had two assists, both on the power play, and a rating of plus-2 in the four games versus Pittsburgh.
Some might have been worried that the rookie would be a deer in headlights playing against Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, but that was not the case as Toews and the entire defensive unit of the Islanders played well above expectations. The power-play points are also a telling sign, as Toews should be a mainstay on the team's top power-play unit for the remainder of these playoffs and into next season. With Toews and several top defensive prospects, the Islanders' defense may continue to be one of the best in the NHL for years to come.
Toews has had an impressive rookie season with five goals and 11 assists in 43 games for the Islanders.
The Islanders have seven legitimate NHL defenders for six starting spots, and although Toews is a rookie, he hasn't been the one chosen to be a healthy scratch in any game. Toews has solidified himself as a top-four defender with room to grow and should be a mainstay on the blue line for the Isles for years to come.
Toews will be reassigned to AHL Bridgeport on Monday and then immediately recalled, Andrew Gross of Newsday reports.
Plenty of these type of moves will be made as teams look to keep their younger players eligible for AHL playoffs. In the case of Toews, the rookie blueliner will be sent down to the Islanders' AHL affiliate so he can participate in playoffs if need be, but he'll return to New York almost immediately and continue playing at the top level until further notice.
Toews extended his point streak to five games with an assist in Saturday's 4-0 win over the Canucks.
Toews has six assists in his last five games, bringing his season totals to 12 points in 27 games since his Dec. 18 recall from AHL Bridgeport. The fourth-round pick from 2014 has the point production to help fantasy owners down the stretch.
Toews delivered two assists in a 5-2 win over Edmonton on Saturday night.
It was the rookie's first multi-point game. Toews has started to come into his own in the last week. He has four points in his last four games and that includes two -- a goal and an assist -- on the power play. Toews may be a sneaky waiver pickup for savvy owners.
Toews scored just his fourth goal of 2018-19 in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Wild.
Toews' fourth of the year came on an Islanders power play early in the second period and would hold up as the difference maker. With a modest six points in 21 games this season, the young defenseman remains a risky fantasy option at this stage of his NHL career.
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