Johansson (upper-body) will miss at least three games.
Johansson returned from Sweden with an upper-body injury and will miss the rest of the week. Curtis Lazar was recalled from Rochester (AHL) on Wednesday and will replace Johansson in the lineup on Thursday.
The Sabres have signed Marcus Johansson to a two-year contract worth $9.0M ($4.5M AAV).
Source: @SabresPR 07/8/19, 5:37 pm EST
Johansson (illness) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/16/19, 9:24 pm EST
Johansson (illness) will miss Game 3.
Johansson will be held out for the second straight game with an illness, which means David Backes will remain in the lineup in Toronto. Johansson is day-to-day and questionable for Game 4.
Johansson is expected to be a healthy scratch in Game 2.
Johansson (chest) will return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Johansson (lung contusion) could play during the Bruins upcoming four-game road-trip.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/18/19, 1:44 pm EST
Johansson will miss at least one week with a lung contusion.
Johansson underwent evaluation at Massachusetts General Hospital after leaving Tuesday’s game vs. the Hurricanes and was diagnosed with a lung contusion. Johansson will be re-evaluated in one week. Peter Cehlarik will move onto the second line on Thursday with Johansson sidelined.
Source: Dan Roche 03/7/19, 11:07 am EST
Johansson will make his Bruins debut on Tuesday.
Johansson was acquired from the Devils on Monday and will skate on the second line with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk in his debut. Johansson will likely see some power-play time as well, putting him in an opportunity to succeed right away.
The Bruins have acquired Marcus Johansson from the Devils for a 2019 second-round pick and a 2020 fourth-round pick.
Johansson really got hot close to the deadline, scoring six goals with six assists (12 points) in the last 13 games and heads to Boston where he projects to skate with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk. Johansson, who has nine power-play points (2 PPG / 7 PPA) should help bolster the Bruins second PP-unit as well.
Johansson is expected to be scratched on Saturday.
Johansson is fully expected to be traded before Monday’s Trade Deadline, so the Devils will hold him out of the lineup for the second straight game to ensure that he remains healthy. Johansson is getting traded with his value at a season-high, having scored six goals and six assists (12 points) in his last 13 games.
Johansson will not play Thursday in Ottawa.
Source: @NJDevils 02/21/19, 6:41 pm EST
The Devils have activated Marcus Johansson (upper-body) from IR.
Johansson has missed the last nine games with an upper-body injury but is set to return to the Devils lineup on Saturday. Johansson has registered six goals and nine assists (15 points) in 31 games this season.
Source: @NJDevils 01/12/19, 10:40 am EST
The Devils have placed Marcus Johansson (upper-body) on IR.
Johnasson was hurt in Columbus last night and was moved to IR prior to tonight’s game vs. the Senators. Drew Stafford will draw into the Devils lineup to replace Johansson.
Johansson (lower-body) will be back in the Devils lineup on Friday.
Johansson missed Monday’s game in Florida but will play Friday in Washington. Johansson has eight points (3G / 5A), 39 shots and a minus-8 rating in 21 games this season. He replaces Jean-Sebastian Dea, who was claimed off of waivers by the Penguins.
Johansson (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Johansson is day-to-day with a lower-body ailment he is dealing with after Sunday’s loss in Tampa Bay. Jean-Sebastian Dea will draw into the lineup for Johansson.
Johansson (illness) will be back in the Devils lineup on Tuesday.
Johansson missed Saturday’s game vs. the Panthers but will draw back in tonight in Tampa Bay. Johansson, who will skate on a line with Pavel Zacha and Jean-Sebastian Dea, has just one goal and one assist in seven games this season.
Johansson (illness) will not play Saturday afternoon vs. the Panthers.
Johansson missed Friday’s practice with an illness and will not play this afternoon. Joey Anderson has been recalled from the AHL and will make his NHL debut. Johansson should be ready to return next Tuesday in Tampa Bay.
The Devils are hopeful that Marcus Johansson (illness) will play on Saturday.
Johansson missed Friday’s practice with an illness, but head coach John Hynes is hopeful that he will be available to play vs. the Panthers. If Johansson can’t play, the Devils will need to recall a forward.
Source: Chris Ryan 10/26/18, 2:39 pm EST