Toninato has been a healthy scratch in four of the last eight games.
With the additions of Lucas Wallmark and Erik Haula at the trade deadline, Toninato has seen his role reduced in recent weeks. The Minnesota native has only managed a single point in his last 16 games and 14 in 85 career NHL contests over parts of three seasons, and with no other redeeming peripheral stats to boost his value, he remains irrelevant from a fantasy perspective. Toninato is simply a depth piece for the Panthers, especially with Brian Boyle (upper body) coming off injured reserve Tuesday.
Toninato managed an assist and three hits in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Blackhawks.
Toninato set up the first of Frank Vatrano's three goals in the game. In a limited role, Toninato has picked up 10 points, 36 hits, 25 PIM and a plus-7 rating in 30 outings. He could be worth a looker in deeper fantasy formats that reward physical play.
Toninato (illness) fired two shots on goal and blocked three shots in 9:55 during Monday's 5-4 win over the Wild.
Toninato had the lowest time on ice of all Panthers skaters. The 25-year-old remains at nine points with a plus-6 rating and 33 hits in 29 contests.
Toninato (illness) is expected to play in Monday's game versus the Wild, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Toninato took the ice for Monday's optional skate, so he's vying to suit up in his home state. The 25-year-old toils in the bottom six and has accrued nine points through 28 games this year. He's known more for his physicality with 25 PIM and 32 hits.
Toninato's (illness) status is uncertain for Monday's road game versus the Wild, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.
Toninato missed Saturday's game versus the Red Wings and Denis Malgin filled in as the fourth-line center. If Toninato can't shake his illness in time, the Panthers figure to roll out the same lineup against the cross-conference foe.
Toninato produced an assist in Sunday's 8-4 win over the Maple Leafs.
Toninato set up Mike Hoffman's first of two goals in the game. The 25-year-old has settled into a bottom-six role with the Panthers -- he's up to eight points, 30 hits and a plus-4 rating through 27 contests.
Toninato was assessed a game misconduct in the final minute of Sunday's 4-1 win over the Penguins.
Despite the game misconduct at the end, Toninato recorded his second highest ice time this season (13:59). Through 24 games, the 25-year-old has four goals and six points.
Toninato scored his third goal of the season in Monday's 6-1 win over the Senators.
Late in the second period, Aaron Ekblad threw the puck on goal from an odd angle, and Toninato's tip squeaked through Anders Nilsson for the Panthers' sixth and final goal. Toninato was centering the fourth line, taking over the usual duties of Brian Boyle. Through 15 games, Toninato has averaged 10:31 in ice time, managed three points -- all goals -- and recorded a minus-1 rating.
Toninato skated only 7:42 with a minus-1 rating in Tuesday's 2-1 loss to Tampa Bay.
The entire fourth line had only one shift in the third period as the Panthers were looking for offense down 2-0. Toninato has two goals on 12 shots in 13 games this season.
Toninato scored the goal that pulled the Panthers even in an eventual 5-4 overtime win over the Ducks on Thursday.
The Panthers were down 4-0 late in the second period, but managed to pull off their second four-goal comeback in the last eight days. Despite starting the game on the fourth line, Toninato was taking shifts with Dennis Malgin and Mike Hoffman on the third line throughout the third period. He tapped in a pass from Aaron Ekblad in the crease to tie the game at 4-4 before Ekblad capped off the comeback with the overtime winner.
The Panthers recalled Toninato from AHL Springfield on Monday, George Richards of The Athletic reports.
The Panthers sent Dryden Hunt back to minors Sunday, so Toninato will get another shot with the big club. The 25-year-old winger managed a goal and seven PIM over three NHL games this year while averaging 8:47 of ice time. Toninato is expected to draw into the bottom six for Tuesday's matchup against the Flyers.
Toninato was reassigned to AHL Springfield on Monday.
Toninato scored his first goal of the season versus the Rangers on Sunday, but it wasn't enough to avoid being dropped down to the minors. The winger should remain atop the list of potential call-ups throughout the year. The demotion of Toninato could be an indication Noel Acciari (undisclosed) is ready to return to the lineup against Boston on Tuesday.
Toninato was promoted from AHL Springfield on Wednesday.
Toninato notched four goals and two assists in 12 games for the Thunderbirds, earning himself a chance to join the big club. The 25-year-old will likely get a shot at playing in Thursday's clash with Washington, especially if Noel Acciari (undisclosed) and Vincent Trocheck (lower body) remain sidelined.
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.
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