Johnny Boychuk

#55 D / N.Y. Islanders Islanders / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 225 lb Age: 31 College: None

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to

      Islanders' Johnny Boychuk: Hot start to season

      Boychuk has registered two goals and added five assists in 15 games this season. Boychuk benefited from a heavy workload(21:36 TOI average) last season, as evidenced by his career-high eight goals and 26 assists. 15 games into the 2015-16 season, Boychuk is on pace to better his efforts from last year as he has posted seven points while paying with the top defenseman Nick Leddy.

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      Islanders' Johnny Boychuk: Records first goal Saturday

      Boychuk netted his first goal of the season in Saturday night's 6-3 win over the Sharks. Boychuck skated toward a loose puck that no one else seemed to want at the time, wound up and blasted the biscuit past Alex Stalock of San Jose. At 6-foot-2, 225 pounds, Boychuck provides some physicality and muscle for an Islanders team currently in first place in the Metropolitan Division.

    • Isles' Boychuk Gets First Point Of Playoffs

      News: Johnny Boychuk captured an assist, attempted four shots, and was credited with six blocks and four takeaways in Saturday's Game 6 win over the Capitals.
      Analysis: The assist gave Johnny Boychuk his first point since Game 1, but it was his work in front of the Isles' net Saturday that kept the team's playoff hopes alive. The Capitals had a golden opportunity to tie the game with around five minutes remaining in the third period, but Jay Beagle's shot ricocheted off the crossbar behind the Isles' Jaroslav Halak before Boychuk came in to whisk the puck to safety under Halak's body. Plays like that are precisely why the Isles were willing to pony up $42 million to keep Boychuk off the free-agent market.
    • Isles' Boychuk Dishes 26th Assist

      News: Johnny Boychuk notched an assist, and prompted an interference call for two PIM in Thursday's loss to Columbus.
      Analysis: Boychuck is paying significant dividends to fantasy owners in his first year with the Islanders. The 31-year-old blueliner has collected eight goals and 26 assists, both career highs. It's clear that Johnny Boychuk has benefited from a heavy workload (21:36 TOI average), with an average of 2:44 on the man advantage.
    • Isles Extend Boychuk Seven Years, $42 Million

      News: Johnny Boychuk signed a seven-year, $42 million contract extension with the Islanders on Thursday, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
      Analysis: It was initially considered a radical idea for the Islanders to trade for the soon-to-be-free agent Johnny Boychuk in October following a losing season, but the surprising successes of both team and player prompted both parties willing to extend the union further. The $6 million cap hit is a hefty price to pay for an over-30 player in the midst of his first 30-point campaign, but even if the offense dries up by the latter end of the deal, Boychuk should still remain tough on the defensive end. With Nick Leddy agreeing to an extension a couple weeks earlier, the Islanders will now have their top defensive pairing in tact for several years to come.
    • Two Helpers For Isles' Boychuk

      News: Boyhuck notched a pair of assists Thursday evening in a 4-3 win over Nashville.
      Analysis: He picked up secondary assists on the game-tying and lead-taking tallies. Johnny Boychuk's already sitting on a career high with 32 points in 56 games this year, and he's been a reliable presence for your fantasy nets.
    • Boychuk Tallies Two Points In Isles' Win

      News: Johnny Boychuk scored a goal, added a power-play assist and went plus-2 in Thursday's victory over Nashville.
      Analysis: He continues to build on his career-high point total, which is now at 28. Prior to Thursday's game, however, February had been a cold month for the blueliner, as he'd previously tallied just a lonely goal in nine games since the calendar flipped to the season's fifth frame.
    • Isles' Boychuk Fires Off Eight Shots Saturday

      News: Johnny Boychuk fired off eight shots but didn't pick up any points in a loss against his former Bruins mates Saturday.
      Analysis: The 31-year-old has been held off the score sheet for four consecutive games, but it shouldn't put a damper on what has already amounted to a splendid campaign. With 25 points in 42 games, Johnny Boychuk has already established a new career best for scoring in a season.
    • Isles' Boychuk (Undisclosed) Returns

      News: Johnny Boychuk (undisclosed) returned in the third period of Thursday's game against the Flyers, Arthur Staple of Newsday reports.
      Analysis: Johnny Boychuk appeared to injured his leg in the second period of Thursday's contest, and it appeared to possibly be serious after being helped off the ice. However, he has returned, so the injury must not have been serious in the end.
    • Isles' Boychuk Helped Off Ice With Injury

      News: Johnny Boychuk had to be helped off the ice after blocking a shot in the second period of Thursday's game against the Flyers.
      Analysis: Different reports indicate different injury spots, but it appears the overlying theme is that it is somewhere on his leg. The team will likely run tests on the ailing area, and report back with an update at some point in the near future, but the fact that he needed to be helped off the ice could indicate a more serious injury.
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