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Dominic Toninato sent back to San Antonio

The power-forward totaled 8 games with his stint for the Avalanche. Dominic Toninato has officially been sent back to the San Antonio Rampage. Dom played in 8 games for the Avalanche while a few starting players healed up from injury. In those 8 games he only recorded a single point with an assist on Erik Johnson’s goal back on November 19th against the Red Wings. Though he was...
Via Mile High Hockey
7 days ago

The Morning After: 5 observations from the Avalanche’s 5-2 loss at Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Avalanche allowed the game’s first five goals and lost 5-2 to the Nashville Predators on Saturday night. Five observations: 1 Poor PP, poor PK. The Avalanche was 0-of-7 on the power play and allowed two Nashville power-play goals in four chances. Game over. Special teams were unquestionable the difference in this one. End of story. 2 Smashville. I worked my...
Via The Denver Post
22 days ago

WATCH: Predators' Watson hits Toninato hard into boards, gets game misconduct

Austin Watson received a 5 minute major and a game misconduct after hitting Dominic Toninato against the boards. Toninato was slow to get up and forced to leave.
Via SportsNetCanada
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Avalanche rookie Dominic Toninato gears up for his NHL debut in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Center Dominic Toninato got the call Thursday night while preparing to fall asleep in San Antonio. The Avalanche requested his services and he was told plans are in place for him to meet the team here in Nashville, where he would make his NHL debut Saturday night against the Predators at Bridgestone Arena. Toninato’s first call was to his parents in Duluth, Minn...
Via The Denver Post
23 days ago

Morning Flurries: Dominic Toninato gets the nod

The Avalanche give the rookie a recall, and a columnist can’t get over the Duchene trade The Colorado Avalanche lost NCAA championship-winning Denver Pioneers captain Will Butcher this summer, when he signed as a free agent with the New Jersey Devils instead of staying put in Colorado. Their consolation prize, though, was snagging a college free agent of their own from that final...
Via Mile High Hockey
23 days ago

Colorado Avalanche recall Dominic Toninato

The defensive forward, signed over the off-season, will join the Avalanche on their weekend road trip. With the injury to Vladislav Kamenev, the Avalanche have recalled Dominic Toninato to fill the void. Drafted in the 5th round in 2012 by the Toronto Maple Leafs, Toninato never signed with the Leafs and instead decided to take his talents to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado over...
Via Mile High Hockey
24 days ago

Keep a close eye on Toninato and Kerfoot in Rookie Tournament

The past couple of weeks have been interesting for the Colorado Avalanche, as they have signed two college prospects to entry-level contracts, Dominic Toninato and Alex Kerfoot. The Avalanche first announced Toninato, the former Minnesota-Duluth Bulldog captain, on Aug. 16. Toninato is a large center who plays a power forward type of game that can be compared to current Avalanche...
Via Mile High Sports
August 31, 2017

Avalanche signs college free agent Dominic Toninato

The Avalanche failed to entice defenseman Will Butcher of the NCAA champion Denver Pioneers to sign with Colorado, but it did agree to terms with forward Dominic Toninato of the runner-up Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. Both Butcher and Toninato captained their college teams as seniors and became unrestricted free agents Wednesday, and Toninato — a 2012 draft pick of the Toronto Maple...
Via The Denver Post
August 16, 2017

Colorado Avalanche sign NCAA Free Agent Dominic Toninato

The Best Defensive forward in the NCAA comes to the Avs Dominic Toninato, a product of the USHL and NCAA, has signed a two-year entry level contract with the Colorado Avalanche. The 6’2” 194lbs centerman was the captain of the University of Minnesota-Duluth in his final year, putting up 29 points in 42 games. He was named the best defensive forward in the NCHC last year as well as...
Via Mile High Hockey
August 16, 2017

Maple Leafs prospect Dominic Toninato to become free agent

Toninato will become a free agent Aug. 15 after the team declined to offer him an NHL entry-level deal.
Via Toronto Star
July 06, 2017

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