Johnson (concussion protocol) is expected to miss at least the next two games.
Johnson is going to go through concussion protocol and “likely not a player for us here before the [all-star] break” head coach Jared Bednar told reporters.
Johnson will miss six weeks with a fractured patella.
Source: @Avalanche 03/31/18, 2:44 pm EST
Johnson (shoulder) will play vs. Detroit for the first time since February 18th.
Source: @Avalanche 03/18/18, 2:07 pm EST
Johnson is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Johnson will return to the Avalanche lineup after serving his two-game suspension.
Johnson missed Monday’s game vs. the Penguins and Thursday’s game in Los Angeles after being suspended for boarding Vladislav Namestnikov last Saturday. Johnson is expected to be paired with Nikita Zadorov tonight and returns to the lineup with 12 points (4G / 8A) and leads all Colorado defensemen with 92 shots and 68 blocked shots in 32 games.
Johnson has been suspended two games for boarding Vladislav Namestnikov.
Johnson (leg) will play Saturday vs. Buffalo.
Johnson has been out with a broken fibula since December 3rd, but will play tonight vs. the Sabres. The Avalanche are expected to ease Johnson into the lineup on Saturday, so expect Tyson Barrie to see time on the top PP unit, but for Johnson to play on the second unit.
Johnson (leg) will return to the Avalanche lineup on Saturday.
Johnson has been sidelined since December 3rd and will miss Thursday’s game in Nashville, but says he’ll be ready to play on Saturday vs. the Sabres. It has been a lost season for the Sabres, but Johnson has played well in his limited action. He scored one goal with 10 assists while averaging 2.04 shots per game in 23 games earlier in the season.
Johnson will miss 6-8 weeks with a broken fibula.
Johnson sustained a broken fibula during Colorado’s loss to the Stars on Saturday. The Avalanche are already struggling and losing their top defenseman, who logs 22-plus minutes per night for at least six weeks is going to cripple them. With Johnson out, the Avalanche have recalled Cody Goloubef from San Antonio (AHL).
Johnson (illness) will be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Johnson missed Monday’s practice because of an illness, but he will be in the lineup vs. Nashville. Johnson has picked up one goal and nine assists (10 points) in 20 games this season.
Source: @Avalanche 11/29/16, 8:10 am EST
Johnson (knee) will not play on Friday; will return to the lineup on Saturday.
Johnson has missed the last eight games with a knee injury, but will wait in more day before returning to the Avs’ blueline. Johnson will play Saturday and comes in with 16 points (7G / 9A) in 40 games this season.
Johnson (lower-body) has been placed on IR, retroactive to January 4th.
Source: @Avalanche 01/13/16, 9:46 am EST
Johnson (lower-body) will be out short term—roughly 5-12 days.
Johnson suffered a lower-body injury in Monday’s win over the Kings. The injury is not serious but will keep him out of the lineup for at least five days. To provide the team with some blueline depth, the Avalanche claimed Andrew Bodnarchuk off of waivers from Columbus on Tuesday.
Source: Marc Moser 01/5/16, 1:34 pm EST
Johnson (knee) will not play Tuesday.
Johnson still is not ready to be back in the lineup and with only three games left in the season, he is running out of opportunities to return.
Source: @Avalanche 04/6/15, 11:47 am EST
Johnson (knee) will not travel to California.
Johnson practiced on Tuesday but he was reportedly still labouring quite a bit so he will not travel out to California for the Avs’ upcoming three-game Cali-trip.
Johnson (knee) is not ready to return on Monday.
Johnson is nearing a return to the Avs lineup, but it will not come tonight against the Oilers. He remains day-to-day.
Source: Terry Frei 03/30/15, 9:50 am EST
Johnson (knee) will not travel to Calgary for Monday's game.
Johnson was expected to travel on this five-game road trip but he won’t be there, at least for game one of the trip. He could join the team later in the, but there is no word whether that will happen at this time.
Johnson (knee) is expected to return on the Avs’ upcoming five-game road trip.
Johnson has been out for just over seven weeks and he won’t play tomorrow, but next Thursday the Avalanche start a five-game road-trip and they are expected to get Johnson back at some point during that roady. Johnson had 23 points (12G / 11A) in 47 games before getting injured.
Source: @Avalanche 03/13/15, 9:59 am EST
Johnson will be out for 3-8 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on Monday.
Johnson rarely had been participating in practice recently and it was apparent he was was banged up. Monday's announcement filled in the blanks. He will be out until at least the middle of February, but could be out until mid-March.
Source: Terry Frei 01/26/15, 2:06 pm EST
Johnson (head) is expected to play on Saturday.
Johnson missed Wednesday’s game with a head injury, but he has back on the ice for Avs’ practice on Friday and should play tomorrow. Karl Stollery, Johnson’s replacement on Wednesday was sent back to the AHL which is another indicator that he will play tomorrow vs. Dallas.