Toninato penned a one-year, two-way deal with Florida on Monday.
Toninato was acquired by the Panthers from the Avalanche after struggling to break into the lineup last season. Minutes won't be any easier for the Duluth native to come by this year, though a move to center could help him earn a more permanent spot in the lineup.
The Avalanche traded Toninato to the Panthers on Saturday in exchange for Jacob MacDonald, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Despite extending him a qualifying offer, it appears the Avalanche are looking for more help along the blue line instead. Toninato should be given a shot at cracking the Panthers' Opening Night roster, but it's certainly far from a given.
The Avalanche have extended Toninato a qualifying offer, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
Toninato has only picked up three points in 39 NHL appearances over the past two seasons, so even though Colorado will retain his negotiating rights as a restricted free agent, there's no reason to believe he'll become a viable fantasy asset in 2019-20.
The Avalanche have recalled Toninato from AHL Colorado, Adrian Dater of BSN Denver reports.
Toninato was added on emergency conditions with the news that Derick Brassard is under the weather. He's unlikely to draw in against the Flames on Wednesday, but he will be on hand should the need arise.
Toninato was demoted to AHL Colorado on Sunday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
The 24-year-old suited up in the last two games for the Avalanche, scoring his first career goal in his first NHL game this season. Toninato is likely on the short list of call-ups for when the parent club has a free roster spot.
Toninato's first shot of the season beat Jets goalie Connor Hellebuyck as the Avalanche went on to win Thursday's game 4-1.
Toninato had a modest two assists in 37 appearances last season, but he made the most of his season debut Thursday. The fifth-round pick from 2012 skated 7:33 in the contest, and will likely battle for fourth-line playing time with Sheldon Dries going forward.
The Avalanche recalled Toninato from AHL Colorado on Wednesday.
Toninato has been decent in the minors this season, notching six goals and 15 points in 37 contests. The 24-year-old forward's first opportunity to make his season debut with the big club will arrive Thursday against the Jets.
Toninato was returned to AHL Colorado on Thursday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Considering Toninato has failed to appear in any games for the Avs this season, his demotion to the minors during the All-Star break shouldn't come as a surprise. The Duluth native will likely have to hold off a challenge from Tyson Jost for a spot on the 23-man roster throughout the season, and will more likely than not serve as a healthy scratch even when in the NHL.
The Avalanche recalled Toninato from AHL Colorado on Sunday.
This is Toninato's first recall of the season, although he played 37 games on the Avalanche's fourth line last year. He adds depth since Mikko Rantanen (lower body) left Saturday's game versus the Kings as a precautionary measure. Toninato will likely watch from the press box for Monday's game versus the Predators if Rantanen is indeed fine.
Toninato had two assists in 37 games for 2017-18, while also putting 25 shots on goal.
Although the Duluth native just averaged 7:54 of ice time, he wasn't able to generate much offense and is still searching for his first NHL goal, plus he only posted 12 points (seven goals, five assists) in 31 games during his stretch for AHL San Antonio. Toninato was well disciplined though, only taking six minor penalties throughout the season. He was also defensively sound with an even rating. Despite playing in 29 of 34 games after being recalled Jan. 18, Toninato was sent to the press box for the last five games of the season and didn't play in Colorado's opening round matchup with Nashville, putting in question how big of a role he'll receive next season.
Toninato set up the only goal for his team in a 2-1 loss to Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Toninato managed his second career assist in this game, a nice moment for the young forward. But that's all it is, as he doesn't contribute in any significant way to the fantasy stat sheet. He can safely be ignored in all but the deepest leagues right now.
Toninato was briefly assigned to AHL San Antonio before being recalled Monday, per the AHL's official transactions page.
Toninato's roster status yo-yo'd between the minors and the NHL in order to keep him eligible for the AHL playoffs. With just one point, an assist, in 24 games with the Avs this season, the American pivot carries very little fantasy value.
Toninato was brought up Sunday from AHL San Antonio.
As expected, Toninato will rejoin the Avalanche following the All-Star break. The Duluth native has only recorded one assist in 13 games, but if either Colin Wilson (illness) or J.T. Compher (illness) hasn't recovered to play Tuesday against Vancouver, Toninato should draw into the lineup.
Toninato was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Friday.
Toninato has compiled one point (an assist) to go along with a plus-3 rating over his first 13 NHL games. His reassignment to the minors shouldn't by viewed as a typical demotion, as the top league is simply off for the All-Star break.
Tonintao was recalled from the minors Tuesday, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.
The University of Minnesota-Duluth product has appeared in eight games with the parent club, with a single assist representing the rookie's point total over that span. He'll provide the Avalanche with depth in the wake of a leg injury to Sven Andrighetto.
Toninato was reassigned to AHL San Antonio on Monday.
The Minnesota native suited up in the team's last eight games while they were enduring something of an injury crisis in their group of forwards. Now that the Avs have a full stable of healthy forwards, Toninato will have to wait to get another chance in the NHL.
Toninato was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Friday.
Toninato's promotion comes after Vladislav Kamenev suffered a broken arm, while Tyson Jost is down with the Rampage on what essentially amounts to a conditioning assignment. While the Duluth native is probably just with the Avs to provide emergency depth, if he did crack the lineup against Nashville on Saturday it would be his NHL debut. The 23-year-old will likely be returned to the minors once Jost gets back up to speed.
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