The Ducks have recalled Tokarski from San Diego of the AHL.
Analysis: Tokarski will serve as John Gibson's backup with Jonathan Bernier sidelined by an upper-body injury sustained in Tuesday's loss to San Jose. The 27-year-old has made 27 regular-season starts and five in the postseason at the NHL level, but hasn't played a league game since December of 2015 with Montreal.
Kulemin is unlikely to play in Wednesday's game against Montreal due to an undisclosed injury.
Analysis: The forward was hurt in Sunday's game against Minnesota and was forced to exit Tuesday's practice. Rookie Mathew Barzal is expected to draw into the lineup in place of Kulemin, whose status for Thursday's game at Pittsburgh is up in the air.
Budaj stopped 19 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime win over the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: It was his third consecutive win for Los Angeles, remaining unbeaten since taking over for injured Jonathan Quick and Jeff Zatkoff. With Jack Campbell as the only other goalie until Zatkoff's expected return next week, Budaj should keep getting the call. He has a 2.31 GAA through four games.
Jones turned aside 19 of the 20 shots he faced in Tuesday's overtime win over the Ducks.
Analysis: Jones has allowed one goal in each of his two starts at home - both wins - while going 1-3-0 with a 3.34 GAA on the road. San Jose's next two games are at home against Columbus and Nashville.
Gibson entered at the start of the second period Tuesday to replace an injured Jonathan Bernier, stopping all 25 shots he faced before allowing Marc-Edouard Vlasic's breakaway goal in overtime at San Jose.
Analysis: Gibson has played in six of Anaheim's first seven games and won't get much rest anytime soon if Bernier is out for an extended period. Gibson has been playing well, posting a 1.91 goals-against average and .926 save percentage in his last four games.
The slumping Boedker was moved to the Sharks' top line Tuesday alongside Joe Thornton and Joe Pavelski but failed to record a point.
Analysis: Boedker is off to a rough start in his first season with San Jose, not getting on the scoresheet in five straight games while posting a minus-5. He tied a career high with 51 points last season but has one this season.
Vlasic scored his first goal of the season on a breakaway in overtime Tuesday to beat the Ducks.
Analysis: Vlasic, better known as a shutdown defender, had only one point through the season's first six games. However, he's second on the team in ice time and did have 31 assists last season, so more points should soon be on the way.