NHL Free Agency

Report: Toffoli, Sharks agree to four-year, $24M contract

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The San Jose Sharks appear to have made a big splash in free agency.

General manager Mike Grier said the Sharks were looking for scoring — and they appear to have found that in Tyler Toffoli.

San Jose agreed to sign the veteran wing to a four-year, $24 million contract, TSN's Pierre LeBrun reported Monday morning after TSN's Kevin Weekes first reported the agreement.

One of the better snipers on the market, the 32-year-old is an eight-time 20-goal scorer, surpassing 30 goals scored three times in his career.

He also has a lot of playoff experience, winning a Stanley Cup in 2014 with the Los Angeles Kings and reaching another Final with the Montreal Canadiens in 2021.

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