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Eastern Atlantic Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
58-18-6 122
54-21-7 115
51-23-8 110
51-26-5 107
32-39-11 75
32-40-10 74
33-42-7 73
22-49-11 55

2021 Goaltending

STATS W
Wins
L
Losses
OTL
Overtime Loss
GAA
Goals Against Average
SV%
Saves Percentage
SO
Shutout
Regular Season 3 4 1 4.81 .852 0

Top Jonas Johansson News

  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Game to forget

    Johansson made 27 saves in a 10-2 loss to Montreal on Friday.

    Johansson had a game to forget Friday. The Habs put four past him in the first, four more in the second and sewed things up with two more in the third. Sure, the Panthers sat a number of stars, but that's no explanation for a guy who struggled to stop much of anything. The big 26-year-old hasn't had much of a chance to get into the NHL net with the Panthers this season and will become a UFA this summer. If he stays with Florida, Johansson will likely toil in the minors. If he signs elsewhere, he may do the same.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Starting Friday's finale

    Johansson will start Friday's regular-season finale in Montreal.

    With a significant chunk of the Panthers' roster resting in advance of the playoffs, Johansson will make his second appearance for the club. He was torched for five goals on just 27 shots against Columbus back on Feb. 24. He'll look for a better result against a Canadiens team that sits dead-last in the Eastern Conference with an average 2.48 goals for at home this season.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Returns to active roster

    Johansson (undisclosed) was activated from injured reserve for Thursday's tilt with Ottawa, Jameson Olive of the Panthers' official site reports.

    With Sergei Bobrovsky (rest) unavailable Thursday, Johansson will serve as Spencer Knight's backup. The 26-year-old could start Friday's game in Montreal if Bobrovsky remains unavailable. He's sporting an .872 save percentage in 10 games with Florida and Colorado this season.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Lands on injured reserve

    Johansson (undisclosed) was recalled from his conditioning loan and placed on injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly.

    It's unclear what injury Johansson is managing at this time. The 26-year-old hasn't played at the NHL level since Feb. 24. Spencer Knight will continue to serve as Sergei Bobrovsky's understudy while Johansson is out.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Down for conditioning

    Johansson was sent to AHL Charlotte on a conditioning assignment Friday.

    Johansson made his Panthers debut on Feb. 24, allowing five goals on 27 shots in a loss to Columbus. The 26-year-old owns an .872 save percentage in 10 games with Florida and Colorado this season.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Wheels come off in third

    Johansson made 22 saves in a 6-3 loss to Columbus on Thursday.

    The game was just 2-1 for the Blue Jackets heading into the third, but the wheels fell of for Johansson. He allowed four goals in a 4:14 span, including two just 10 seconds apart. It was his first game with Florida after being claimed off waivers from the Avalanche on Dec. 13.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Making Panthers debut

    Johansson will face the Blue Jackets at home Thursday.

    Johansson will make his Panthers debut after the team snagged him off waivers from the Avalanche in December. The 26-year-old went 3-2-1 with a 3.89 GAA and a .880 save percentage in nine games with Colorado this season. He's appeared in 30 career NHL games, posting a 3.13 GAA and an .892 save percentage. Expect Sergei Bobrovsky to get back in goal Saturday against the Oilers.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Activated from non-roster list

    Johansson (COVID-19 protocols) was activated from the non-roster list Wednesday, per CapFriendly.

    Johansson cleared the COVID-19 protocols last Tuesday, but he didn't travel with the Panthers on their road trip through Western Canada. For now, he remains on the active roster, but Spencer Knight and Sergei Bobrovsky have been more effective options in goal.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Clears protocols, not with team

    Johansson cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Tuesday but is not yet traveling with the Panthers, David Dwork of Local 10 Miami reports.

    Due to border-crossing restrictions, Johansson is not yet eligible to enter Canada. He won't play Tuesday versus the Flames, and it's unclear if he'll link up with the team for their games Thursday in Edmonton or Friday in Vancouver. Even now that he's healthy, Johansson is a low-end fantasy option with Sergei Bobrovsky and Spencer Knight both on the Panthers' active roster.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Enters protocols

    Johansson entered the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Thursday.

    Johansson will need to submit two negative COVID-19 tests before rejoining the Panthers, so he'll miss Friday's game versus Dallas at a minimum. Spencer Knight it also in the NHL's virus protocols, so Florida will likely need to recall a netminder from its taxi squad to fill in against the Stars.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Waived Sunday

    The Avalanche placed Johansson on waivers Sunday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.

    As expected, Johansson loses his roster spot now that Pavel Francouz (ankle) has finished his conditioning assignment with AHL Colorado. The 26-year-old has posted a 3.89 GAA and .880 save percentage in nine games this season, numbers which are unlikely to make him a hot commodity on waivers.

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  • Panthers' Jonas Johansson: Claimed off waivers

    Johansson was picked up off waivers by the Panthers from the Avalanche on Monday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.

    It's a curious move by Florida and will no doubt lead to speculation regarding an injury to Sergei Bobrovsky or Spencer Knight. In nine appearances for Colorado this year, the 26-year-old Johansson posted a 3-2-1 record, 3.89 GAA and .880 save percentage.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Could be losing spot

    With the Avalanche preparing to call up Pavel Francouz (ankle) from AHL Colorado this week, per Adrian Dater of Colorado Hockey Now, it's expected that Johansson would be dropped to the AHL.

    Johansson would need to pass through waivers first before heading to the AHL. Francouz had a two-game conditioning stint for the Eagles and looked ready to go in a 4-0 shutout he pitched last Saturday.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Chased by lowly Sens

    Johansson was pulled early in the second period of Saturday's game against Ottawa after giving up four goals on 15 shots.

    Johansson is not the answer in Colorado. The team is struggling without the often-injured Darcy Kuemper, but it's clear that Johansson will not the guy who carries them to the postseason. He was just chased by the worst team in the NHL. He was replaced by Justus Annunen.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: In goal Saturday

    Johansson will protect the road goal Saturday versus the Senators, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

    Johansson won his last start with 19 saves in a 4-1 win over the Canadiens on Thursday. The Senators haven't been threatening since they resumed their schedule after a COVID-19 outbreak, so this is a favorable matchup for Johansson.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Rebounds for strong win

    Johansson made 19 saves in a 4-1 win over Montreal on Thursday.

    What a rebound. Johansson gave up eight goals on 41 shots Wednesday against the Leafs, but quickly put that behind him and looked dialed-in Thursday. The only goal he allowed came on a Ben Chiarot wrist shot from the left point on a second-period power play. Johansson has started the last two games in place of Darcy Kuemper, who went down with an upper-body injury at Wednesday's morning skate. We don't know how long Kuemper will be out this time, so Johansson will be a solid fantasy option with an elite team in front of him.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Guarding cage Thursday

    Johansson will get the starting nod for Thursday's game in Montreal, Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.

    Johansson was hammered for eight goals on 41 shots against Toronto on Wednesday and will now get back-to-back starts with Darcy Kuemper (upper body) still out. The 26-year-old is 2-2-1 with an unsightly 3.99 GAA and .884 save percentage through six appearances this season. Justus Annunen will serve as the backup Thursday.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Gives up eight after Kuemper injury

    Johansson allowed eight goals on 41 shots in Wednesday's 8-3 loss to the Maple Leafs.

    Johansson started after Darcy Kuemper (upper body) was a late scratch, and he probably would have been pulled sometime during the five-goal Toronto flurry that turned a competitive 3-2 game into an 8-2 blowout, except Colorado's only alternative was the emergency backup. Come to think of it, the Avalanche should have taken their chances with the emergency backup considering that strategy worked for Carolina in Toronto last season. Given this performance from Johansson, Colorado almost certainly won't trust him to carry the load while Kuemper's out. Pavel Francouz (ankle) has begun a rehab assignment, but Justus Annunen is the only healthy alternative to Johansson currently in the organization.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Will start Wednesday

    Johansson will start Wednesday's game versus the Maple Leafs after Darcy Kuemper (upper body) was scratched.

    Johansson has won his last two appearances, allowing just three goals on 48 shots in that span. He'll be flying without a safety net, as Justus Annunen is en route to Toronto, but the Avalanche are expected to only have an emergency backup on hand to begin the contest.

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  • Avalanche's Jonas Johansson: Solid in Saturday's win

    Johansson made 26 saves on 28 shots in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Predators.

    This was Johansson's third start and fifth appearance of the year, but he turned in a strong performance. He's played three times in the last week, making two relief appearances after Darcy Kuemper battled equipment issues. Johansson has allowed 11 goals on 123 shots this year, good for a .911 save percentage. He likely won't have to wait long for his next start -- the Avalanche begin a road trip with a back-to-back set against the Maple Leafs on Wednesday and the Canadiens on Thursday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Gavle, Sweden
Age: 26
Experience: 2
Shoots: Left