Johnson notched an assist and three hits in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Sharks.
Johnson has seen an urge of offense with two goals and four helpers in his last six contests. The 31-year-old defenseman is up to 16 points, 113 blocked shots, 96 shots on net and 94 hits through 57 games. With his recent success, Johnson may be worth a look in DFS for Monday's matchup against the Kings.
Johnson scored a goal on three shots, supplied an assist and added four PIM in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Canucks.
It was a solid effort for Johnson, who tallied in the first period and set up Gabriel Landeskog in the second. The defenseman has picked up five of his 15 points this season in the last five games. He's added 112 blocked shots, 95 shots on net and 91 hits through 56 appearances. While he isn't particularly strong with offense, Johnson has good non-scoring numbers that can help in deeper formats.
Johnson scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 3-2 win over Nashville.
Points are few and far between for Johnson. Nice night, but we say ignore his three points in his last two games. He's never been the offensive guy he teased in his sophomore season. Nice game for Johnson, but don't invest here.
Johnson picked up an assist and three hits in Monday's 4-3 overtime loss to the Lightning.
Johnson earned his first point of 2020, snapping a 17-game drought in the process. The 31-year-old has not joined in on the Avalanche's high-powered offense much -- he has just 10 points to go with 89 blocked shots and 73 hits through 47 games. He's probably not going to produce enough to warrant fantasy attention.
Johnson posted five blocks, two PIM and one shot on net in a 3-2 loss to the Capitals on Thursday.
The 31-year-old failed to score a point for the 16th straight game, but any owner counting on Johnson for scoring is probably in trouble. He performs best in the plus/minus and blocks categories, which is where he was solid again Thursday, especially in blocks. Johnson has 28 blocks in the last 16 games, including 16 in the past five contests. This season, he has one goal and nine points with a plus-6 rating and 89 blocks in 45 games.
Johnson posted a plus-3 rating and one shot in a 4-0 victory over the Sharks on Thursday.
The veteran defenseman has zero points in the last seven games, but he does possess a plus-4 rating during that stretch after Thursday. That's about the only positives from Johnson, though, as he has largely struggled to score all season. He has just one goal and nine points with a 1.6 shooting percentage. Johnson also has 67 blocks, 60 hits and a plus-3 rating in 36 games.
Johnson posted a plus-2 rating, one shot on goal, four blocks and three hits in a 5-3 loss to the Rangers on Tuesday.
The 31-year-old has tallied three of his nine points this season but has been a disappointment in the scoring departments overall. The good news, though, is Johnson has remained relevant with his contributions in other areas, as he again showcased Tuesday. Johnson is averaging close to two blocks and hits per game, making him a valuable commodity in both categories. If his 1.8 shooting percentage manages to come back to the mean during the second half, Johnson could be a decent depth piece in deeper leagues down the stretch. He has one goal and nine points with a plus-4 rating, 57 shots, 67 blocks and 59 hits in 33 games this season.
Johnson has one goal and seven points with a minus-1 rating and eight PIM in 28 games this season.
The veteran defenseman has experienced a couple different problems this season. A big reason why he's posted less production than expected is because of a lower-body injury that sidelined him for nearly a month. Johnson has more hits and blocks per game this season than 2018-19. However, he is averaging fewer shots per game and his shooting percentage is more than half of what it was last season. Since returning from his injury, Johnson has one assist with 10 shots on net, two PIM, 14 hits and 12 blocks in five games.
Johnson (lower body) blocked five shots and fired three shots on goal in Thursday's 3-1 loss to the Hurricanes.
Johnson skated 20:47 in the contest, and he was fairly active at both ends of the rink. With just six points in 24 appearances this season, Johnson isn't likely to help fantasy owners much. He has 53 blocks, 42 shots on goal and 37 hits this season, so his non-scoring production could be worth a look in deep formats.
Johnson (lower body) was activated off injured reserve and will suit up in Thursday's home tilt with Carolina, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Johnson had missed the last 10 games due to the lower-body issue, but will be back in action on the third defensive pair. The 31-year-old's return likely won't make a huge difference in the fantasy realm, as Johnson has recorded just six points through 23 games this campaign.
Johnson (lower body) could return to the lineup against Chicago on Thursday, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Johnson will probably be handed a game-time decision label ahead of Thursday's clash. The blueliner has been on the shelf for the Avs' previous 10 contests due to his lower-body issue. The Minnesota native should get back to logging between 20-25 minutes per night once officially given the all-clear and activated off injured reserve.
Johnson (lower body) won't travel with the team on its upcoming road trip, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Johnson put in a full practice Sunday, although he wore a no-contact sweater. The team will keep the veteran blueliner on injured reserve along with Cale Makar (upper body). Johnson will aim to return to the lineup Thursday against the Hurricanes.
Johnson (lower body) wore a no-contact jersey during Sunday's practice, Bill Meltzer of NHL.com reports.
Johnson has missed the last nine games, but he appears to be inching closer to a return. The veteran blueliner could suit up Monday against the Blues. Johnson's status isn't a concern for season-long fantasy owners since he's accrued just six points over 23 games.
Coach Jared Bednar is hoping Johnson (lower body) will be able to return to practice in a non-contact jersey Sunday, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
While a return to practice in a non-contact capacity would represent a step in the right direction, it wouldn't necessarily indicate that Johnson's return to game action is imminent. Once healthy, the 31-year-old blueliner will return to a top-four role and a spot on Colorado's penalty-killing unit.
Coach Jared Bednar described Johnson (lower body) as week-to-week after Monday's practice, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.
Johnson hasn't played since Nov. 23, and he doesn't appear to be particularly close to returning. He hasn't been much of a factor offensively when out there, posting just one goal and five assists in 23 appearances.
Johnson (lower body) has been ruled out for Colorado's next three games, Adrian Dater of ColoradoHockeyNow.com reports.
Johnson will be back no earlier than Dec. 4 in Toronto. Whenever the defenseman returns, he'll look to add to his meager total of six points through 23 games.
Johnson (lower body) is considered questionable for Wednesday's matchup against the Oilers, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Johnson was starting to perform well before being boarded by Toronto's Alex Kerfoot during Saturday's loss, producing five assists over the previous eight games. Kerfoot has been suspended two games for the incident. If Johnson's unable to recover in time, Mark Barberio is the frontrunner to fill in, though Calle Rosen's in contention as well.
Johnson was absent from Monday's practice session, Ryan S. Clark of The Athletic reports.
Considering the force with which Johnson went into the board against Toronto on Saturday, it shouldn't be a shock to see him missing from practice. Whether the blueliner is unable to play against Edmonton on Wednesday remains to be seen, however, the club promote Calle Rosen from AHL Colorado just in case.
Johnson notched an assist, six blocked shots, three shots on goal and two hits in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Canucks.
Johnson set up Pierre-Edouard Bellemare for the game's first goal. Other than the helper, it was a strong defensive effort for Johnson. He has four assists in his last five games, and five points in 20 contests overall. The 31-year-old has added 33 hits and 40 blocked shots this season.
Johnson registered an even-strength assist in Thursday's 6-2 loss to Edmonton.
The 31-year-old defenseman only has five points in 2019-20. Based on Johnson's current level of production, he doesn't belong in fantasy lineups. The veteran blueliner has, however, posted back-to-back 25-point campaigns, making him a solid bench stash in deeper formats.
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