The Tyler Toffoli sweepstakes is reportedly over.

The winger was traded from the Los Angels Kings to the Vancouver Canucks on Monday, per TSN’s Darren Dreger. TSN’s Pierre LeBrun said an announcement should be expected the same day.

LeBrun also reported Los Angeles will receive a pick, a conditional pick and another NHL player. TSN’s Bob McKenzie reported Tim Schaller, former Boston Bruins player, is that other player, along with Northeastern University Huskies’ Tyler Madden.

Toffoli has spent his entire eight-year career with the Kings. It takes the Bruins out of the running for Toffoli as many believed he potentially could have went to Boston. The eight-year veteran has 18 goals and 16 assists in 58 games.

The Bruins and Canucks play Saturday night in Vancouver.

The NHL trade deadline is Feb. 24.

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