Johnsson (undisclosed) is on track to return to New Jersey's lineup for Saturday's matchup with the Islanders, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Johnsson is expected to skate on the Devils' fourth line and second power-play unit Saturday. He's picked up 10 points through 48 games this campaign.
Johnsson (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday versus the Bruins, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Johnsson will miss a fifth straight game with the injury. It's unclear when -- or if -- the Swede will be able to resume a bottom-six role this season.
Johnsson (undisclosed) is considered doubtful for Thursday's game against the Flyers, NHL.com reports.
Johnsson will miss a second straight contest with his undisclosed injury. Another update on the 26-year-old winger should surface once he's cleared to rejoin New Jersey's lineup.
Johnsson (undisclosed) won't play Tuesday versus the Flyers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
With Johnsson on the shelf, Nolan Foote is expected to draw into the lineup against Philadelphia. For now, Johnsson can be considered day-to-day.
Johnsson recorded an assist Sunday in a 5-3 loss to the Rangers.
While the helper was a nice change of pace for Johnsson, he hasn't registered a goal in nearly two months. The Swede was fortunate to have begun his career in Toronto, sharing the ice with elite players like Auston Matthews and John Tavares, but here is now on the Devils and their 26th-ranked offense. We wouldn't be surprised if the change of landscape has left Johnsson off the radar in most fantasy leagues.
Johnsson had one shot and a minus-2 rating in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Sabres.
Johnsson has now gone 24 games without a goal, and he's dished out a paltry two assists in that span. He had some mainstream fantasy appeal two years ago as part of a stacked Toronto forward group, but Johnsson's more passenger than play driver, and New Jersey doesn't offer a supporting cast capable of setting the Swedish winger up for success.
Johnsson dished out an assist in Thursday's 5-3 loss to the Islanders.
Johnsson's 7:04 of ice time was the least among New Jersey's skaters, but he still found time to contribute on Jack Hughes' goal, which capped the scoring with 4:08 left in regulation. The winger's capable of sliding up and down the lineup, but he's seen his usage reduced significantly as he's gone through a nine-game point drought. Perhaps this assist will help Johnsson bust out of his slump while earning a larger role in the process.
Johnsson scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Sunday's 4-3 loss to the Capitals.
It's the first multi-point performance of the season for the 26-year-old, who also picked up his first power-play point. Johnsson has been clicking with Jack Hughes over the last month, scoring three goals and eight points in the last eight games.
Johnsson was activated from the NHL's COVID-19 protocol Saturday, Corey Masisak of The Athletic reports.
The Devils have 13 players left in the league's protocol. Their next scheduled game is Tuesday against the Rangers, and Johnsson will be in the lineup if that game takes place.
Johnsson was placed on the COVID-19 protocol list Monday, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports.
The league has already postponed New Jersey's games at least through Saturday, so Johnsson, and several of his teammates, should have time to clear protocols. The 5-foot-10 forward has collected three points in nine games this season.
Johnsson dished out an assist in Tuesday's 5-3 loss to the Flyers.
It took Johnsson six games, but the former Maple Leaf finally has his first point in a Devils uniform. He's seeing time on the second power-play unit, but Johnsson will be hard-pressed to match his 20-goal form from 2018-19, as he's surrounded by significantly less offensive talent in New Jersey than he was in Toronto.
The Maple Leafs traded Johnsson to the Devils for Joey Anderson on Saturday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.
The Maple Leafs are clearing up cap space and getting a decent player in return, but Johnsson's addition in New Jersey is a big move for the team. Johnsson scored 20 goals two seasons ago, and he produced eight goals and 13 assists over 43 games with the Maple Leafs last year. The 25-year-old winger has experience playing alongside Auston Matthews and John Tavares, so he can be deployed in the top six and on the power play. This is an excellent pickup by the Devils as they start pressing the gas on their rebuild.
Johnsson is on the ice for pregame warmups ahead of Game 5 against Columbus on Sunday and will play, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
Johnsson hasn't played since Feb. 13, when he underwent knee surgery. He put up nearly a point every other game (21 in 43 contests) in the regular season. The Swede has a nose for the net, as evidenced by his reaching to 20-goal plateau in 2018-19, and he will likely slot in on the third line with Alex Kerfoot and Ilya Mikheyev.
Johnsson (knee) was activated from injured reserve Sunday.
Johnsson underwent knee surgery in February and he was expected to be out for six months, but he was activated approximately a week before that timeline. It's unclear at this time if he will play in Sunday's Game 5 versus the Blue Jackets, but if the Maple Leafs advance, he could enter the lineup during the first round. The 24-year-old would likely play in a middle-six role.
Johnsson (knee) took part in the team's special-teams portion of practice Thursday.
While Johnsson was able to get onto the ice, the fact that he remains limited doesn't bode well for his availability versus the Blue Jackets on Sunday. The youngster missed 27 total games this season due to injuries. When healthy, the 24-year-old managed eight goals and 13 helpers in 43 appearances. Once cleared to play, Johnsson figures to compete for a top-six role and would likely force Nick Robertson or Jason Spezza up into the press box.
Johnsson (knee) skated with teammate Timothy Liljegren (undisclosed) prior to Wednesday's practice, Kristen Shilton of TSN.ca reports.
Johnsson, who underwent knee surgery in February, still isn't expected to be ready to play for a few more weeks, but he's clearly making progress in his recovery, and he could be an option at some point during the second round of the playoffs if the Maple Leafs are able to advance. The 25-year-old winger picked up eight goals and 21 points in 43 games during the regular season.
General Manager Kyle Dubas said Sunday that Johnsson (knee) is on track in his recovery and could be an option as early as the second round of the playoffs, Mark Masters of TSN.ca reports.
The Swede underwent surgery on his knee in February and was expected to be out for at least six months. A six-month absence would put Johnsson on track for a possible return in the middle of August, and if his team performs well, we could see the forward unexpectedly back in the mix this season. The 25-year-old would be a welcome addition for the playoffs, as he notched eight goals and 21 points across 43 games during the regular season.
Johnsson had surgery on his knee Wednesday that will keep him out six months.
Based on his recovery timeline, Johnsson should be ready in time for the start of training camp this fall. The news does eliminate the possibility of the winger playing in the postseason after originally being given an eight-week diagnosis. The 24-year-old recorded eight goals, 13 helpers and 78 shots while averaging 15:45 of ice time and was on pace to reach the 40-point mark for a second straight year.
Johnsson (knee) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.
This move was expected, as Johnsson underwent surgery on his knee and won't be ready until early April. If the Maple Leafs don't secure a playoff spot, Johnsson's season will end with eight goals and 13 assists across 43 contests.
Johnsson (knee) will require surgery which will see him sidelined for at least eight weeks, Sportsnets' Chris Johnston reports.
Since returning from a 15-game stint on the shelf due to a leg injury, Johnsson registered five points in 13 contests while averaging 12:57 of ice time. The Swedish winger figures to be back on injured reserve in short order given his lengthy recovery timeline. Dmytro Timashov should return to the lineup while the club will likely need to promote a player from the minors ahead of Saturday's clash with Ottawa.
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