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.
Johnson (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Johnson was injured in Tuesday’s game but was able to finish the game. The Avalanche are likely following concussion protocol with Johnson, so Karl Stollery has been recalled to play in Johnson is unable to go.
Johnson (undisclosed) will play on Tuesday.
Johnson left Sunday's game in the third period and did not return, but he was on the ice on Monday and will be in the lineup on Tuesday. This is good news for the Avalanche as their captain is showing no ill-effects of the injury he sustained last night. He has one goal and two assists in nine games this season.
Johnson is questionable for Thursday due to flu-like symptoms.
Johnson missed the game-day skate this morning and will be a game-time decision for the Avalanche tonight. Johnson has really picked up his play as of late, so his absence would be greatly felt on the Avs' blueline. Nate Guenin would slide into the lineup if Johnson is unable to go.
Johnson set to return to the Avs lineup on Sunday.
Johnson has finished serving his two-game suspension he recieved for his slash on Frans Nielsen before the Olympic break. Johnson has seven goals and 17 assists (24 points) in 58 games this season.
Johnson will not play on Wednesday or Friday because of a two-game suspension.
Johnson was suspended for slashing New York Islanders forward Frans Nielsen during the Avs contest on Saturday, February 8. The incident occurred at 12:09 of the third period. Johnson was assessed a minor penalty for slashing. The slash resulted in a broken hand for Nielsen. Ryan Wilson will slide into the lineup for Johnson.
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Johnson (undisclosed) was not on the ice for the Avalanche morning skate, he will be a gamete decision.
If Johnson is unable to play, Karl Stollery will enter the lineup. Johnson has not recorded a point in his last five games, but has 20 points (7G / 13A) with a plus-13 rating in 48 games this season. Monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
Johnson left Tuesday's game with a back ailment and did not return.
Johnson played just 12:45 before retiring to the dressing room for the night. Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy said that he "hopes that [Johnson] is day-to-day. We will provide an update as soon as there is word from the Avs medical staff.
No Erik Johnson at practice today. That bruised foot he suffered in Wednesday’s practice proved too much to get on the ice.
Tyson Barrie looks like he’ll get the call to replace Johnson in the lineup tomorrow against Carolina, if Johnson can’t play. He is getting time on the power-play unit and has been paired opposite Jan Hejda in practice.
Erik Johnson will also play in the season finale.
Johnson missed the last six games with a wrist injury.
Erik Johnson has a hand injury. No word how bad
EJ has mostly been a disappointment since joining the Avs so hopefully your fantasy team still isn't counting on the blueliner. If so, his condition will be reevaluated today.
Erik Johnson in, Tyson Barrie out for #Avs tonight
Johnson hasn't played since February 11th becuase of a concussion, but will return to the Avalanche blueline tonight when they take on the Blackhawks. Johnson had only recorded one assist in 11 games before getting injured. He is owned in 87.2% of ESPN leagues and could be worth a pickup if he is available.
Defenseman Erik Johnson, who left with an injury in the third period of the Avalanche's 3-2 loss to Phoenix on Monday, is not practicing Wednesday and appears to be the latest to join Colorado's long injury list.
This would be a big loss for the Avalanche as they are already banged up and Johnson is their #1 defenceman. Monitor his status going forward for a more detailed update.
Erik Johnson expected to play tonight for #Avalanche
Johnson will give the Avs an immediate boost on the back end. The former first overall pick has four goals and 24 points through 68 games.
He will be re-evaluated tomorrow after the morning skate, to see if he can return to the lineup against the San Jose Sharks.
The Avs have lost the last two games without their top defenseman so expect him to rush back. The former first overall pick has four goals and 24 points through 68 games.
Johnson will be out of the lineup.
Johnson will miss yet another game tonight. The former first overall pick has four goals and 24 points through 68 games.
Source: @Avalanche 03/24/12, 9:52 am EST
Johnson has missed the past two games with back spasms and will be re-evaluated this morning.
No word on whether Johnson plays tonight but skating is a good sign. The former first overall pick has four goals and 24 points through 68 games.
#Avs D Erik Johnson will miss his second consecutive game tonight at PHO. Back injury.
Johnson misses another games at such a critical stretch. The former first overall pick has four goals and 24 points through 68 games.