The Panthers have signed Dominic Toninato to a one-year contract.
Source: Panthers 07/15/19, 3:26 pm EST
The Panthers have acquired Dominic Toninato from the Avalanche for Jacob MacDonald.
Toninato, who appeared in 37 games with the Avalanche in 2017-18, played in just two NHL games last season. The 25-year-old had 14 goals and 15 assists (29 points) in 57 AHL games and has a chance to crack the Florida roster as their fouth-line centre in 2020.
The Avalanche re-assigned Toninato to Colorado (AHL).
The move opens up a roster spot for forward Sheldon Dries. Toninato had two points in 37 games for the Avalanche last season.
Toninato will be back in Colorado’s lineup on Tuesday.
Toninato was a healthy scratch on Saturday but will replace Nail Yakupov in the lineup on Tuesday. Toninato has brought no offence to the Avalanche, having picked up one assist in 30 games this season.
Source: Marc Moser 03/13/18, 2:27 pm EST
The Avalanche recalled Dominic Toninato from San Antonio (AHL) on Tuesday.
Toninato, 23, had one assist in eight games with the Avalanche earlier this season and could be back in their lineup on Thursday with Tyson Jost battling an undisclosed injury. During his time in the AHL Toninato has picked up seven goals and five assists (12 points) in 30 games.
The Avalanche have assigned Dominic Toninato to San Antonio (AHL).
Toninato, 23, recorded one assist in eight games with the Avalanche during his call-up. Toninato returns to the AHL with Colin Wilson back to 100 percent—he has three goals and three assists (six points) in 13 games with the Rampage.
Toninato was recalled from San Antonio (AHL) and will make his NHL debut on Saturday.
Toninato was a fifth round pick in 2012 and has registered three goals and three assists in 13 games in his first pro year with the Rampage. The 23-year-old will centre a line with Nail Yakupov and Sven Andrighetto on his wings.