Johnsson is expected to miss six months after undergoing successful knee surgery.
Source: @LeafsPR 02/19/20, 10:58 am EST
Johnsson will require knee surgery and is expected to miss up to eight weeks.
Source: Luke Fox 02/14/20, 12:07 pm EST
Johnsson (leg) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play in Florida.
Johnsson (leg) has been activated from IR and is a game-time decision on Sunday.
Source: Luke Fox 01/12/20, 4:36 pm EST
Johnsson (leg) has been upgraded to day-to-day; will travel to Florida this weekend.
Johnson has been out since December 4th but will travel to Florida for Sunday's game. This doesn't necessarily mean that he will play against the Panthers, but could join the team for practice at the very least.
The Maple Leafs have placed Andreas Johnsson (leg) on LTIR.
Johnsson was hurt while blocking a shot against the Avalanche and will miss at least 10 games/24 days with a leg injury. Moving Johnsson to LTIR opens up a roster spot and gives the Maple Leafs some cap flexibility that they didn't have before. They used that to call-up Nic Petan, Pontus Aberg and Martin Marincin from the Marlies (AHL).
Johnsson (leg) will play Monday vs. the Blue Jackets.
Johnson suffered a leg injury while blocking a shot in Saturday’s game against the Bruins. Johnsson was unavailable for Sunday’s practice but said he’ll be in the lineup on Monday. Johnsson has had a solid start to the season, scoring two goals with three assists (five points) in nine games while skating on a line with Auston Matthews. With 21 shots on goals, Johnsson is shooting 9.5 percent, suggesting that there are more goals on the horizon.
The Maple Leafs have signed Andreas Johnsson to a four-year, $13.6M ($3.4M AAV) contract extension.
The Maple Leafs have found a seventh-round gem in Johnsson. The 24-year-old had 20 goals and 23 assists (43 points) in 73 games during his first full NHL season. Johnsson also added one goal and three assists in seven playoff games and should be locked into a top-6 role on a line with Auston Matthews in 2020.
Johnsson (illness) will be a game-time decision for Monday's game against the Islanders.
Johnsson (lower-body) is expected to play Tuesday in St. Louis.
Johnsson missed Saturday’s game in Arizona after suffering an injury on a Brayden McNabb hit last Thursday. Johnsson is expected to replace Tyler Ennis in the lineup and skate on the third line. Johnsson has registered five goals and four assists (nine points) in his last six games.
Johnsson is day-to-day with a leg injury; will not play on Saturday.
Johnson was forced to leave Thursday’s game in Vegas, after scoring a goal in just 5:32 TOI, due to a leg injury and it will keep him out of Saturday’s game in Arizona. Connor Brown will replace him on the Maple Leafs’ third line and Tyler Ennis will replace him in the lineup.
Johnsson will be back in the Maple Leafs lineup on Saturday.
Johnsson is expected to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Johnsson has not picked up a point while averaging just 8:26 TOI/GM in the first three games of the season. Tonight he will be replaced by Frederik Gauthier as the Maple Leafs try to add some size to their lineup vs. the Stars.
The Maple Leafs re-signed Andreas Johnsson to a one-year, two-way deal worth $787.5K deal.
Johnsson will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
The Maple Leafs have recalled Andreas Johnsson from Toronto (AHL).
Johnsson, 23, was a seventh round pick in 2013 and could make his NHL debut on Wednesday. Johnsson has ripped up the AHL this season, leading the Marlies with 54 points (26G / 28A) in 54 games this season.