Johansen (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; will play vs. the Coyotes.
Johansen (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Johansen (undisclosed) left Tuesday’s game and did not return.
Johansen was rocked by Golden Knights’ forward William Carrier and was forced to exit yesterday’s shutout win and did not return. The Predators did not have an update on Johansen’s status post-game, but the Predators will be without their entire top-line if Johansen misses any time.
Johansen (upper-body) has been activated from IR and will return to the lineup on Wednesday.
Johansen (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Johansen (upper-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Johansen has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but practiced this morning and could be back in the lineup on Wednesday. Johansen is eligible to come off of IR whenever he is healthy, so expect him to travel on the Predators upcoming road trip.
The Predators have placed Ryan Johansen (upper-body) on IR.
Johansen’s movement to IR means he will miss his third consecutive game on Friday, but it is retroactive to December 2nd so he is eligible to return to lineup next Wednesday in Vancouver.
Johansen is day-to-day with an upper-body injury; not expected to play on Monday.
Johansen was forced to leave Saturday’s game early and was not on the ice for Monday’s morning skate, so don’t expect him to suit up against the Bruins. With Johansen out, Pontus Aberg is expected to draw into the lineup and his linemates Filip Forsberg and Viktor Arvidsson are expected to skate on separate lines.
The Predators have acquired Ryan Johansen from the Blue Jackets for Seth Jones.
Johansen quickly fell into John Tortorella’s doghouse as soon as he was hired, but he still managed to record 26 points (6G / 20A) in 38 games this season. Entering the season he was viewed as one of the NHL’s brightest young stars after recording 63 (33G / 30A) and 71 points (26G / 45A) in back-to-back seasons. The Predators desperately needed help in their top-6 and Johansen could slot in on the second line with Colin Wilson and James Neal to start.
Johansen (healthy scratch) will be back in the Blue Jackets lineup on Saturday.
Johansen will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Johansen (illness) will play on Friday.
Johansen has missed the Blue Jackets last two games, but returned to practice on Thursday and says he is 100 percent and will play on Friday. Johansen has one goal and five assists in eight games this season.
Johansen (illness) returned to practice on Thursday.
Johansen missed the last two games with an illness, but he returned to practice this afternoon which is a good sign that he will be back in the lineup on Friday.
Johansen (illness) expected to practice on Thursday; could play on Friday.
Johansen missed the last two games, but it looks as if the Blue Jackets' top offensive threat could return to practice this afternoon and then potentially play on Friday.
Johansen (illness) will not play on Tuesday vs. New Jersey; listed as day-to-day.
Johansen is dealing with an illness that has caused energy loss, which is why he did not play on Saturday, did not practice today and will not play on Tuesday. The Blue Jackets will continue to do tests on Johansen and should release an update on his status in the next few days.
Johansen (illness) did not practice on Monday.
Johansen missed Saturday’s game and was flown back to Columbus that night. His absence from practice this morning puts his status for Tuesday’s game in serious doubt.
Source: Rob Mixer 10/26/15, 9:19 am EST
Johansen (illness) will not play Saturday in Colorado.
Johansen woke up on Saturday not feeling well so the Blue Jackets have sent him back to Columbus with a trainer opposed to having him stay in Colorado and not play. Brandon Dubinsky will take his spot on the top line. Johansen is listed as day-to-day.
Johansen (undisclosed) will play on Tuesday.
Johansen missed Monday’s practice because he was “banged up”, but was on the ice for Tuesday’s morning skate. He will be in the lineup vs. the Red Wings. He comes into tonight with six goals and 14 assists (20 points) in 17 games.
Blue Jackets center Ryan Johansen was “banged up” during a 2-1 win over the San Jose Sharks on Saturday and did not practice this morning. He might not play against the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday in Nationwide Arena.
Johansen has six goals and 14 assists and leads the Jackets with 20 points, and averages nearly 20 minutes of ice time per game.
Johansen will be in the Blue Jackets lineup tonight.
Just three days after signing a three-year, $12 million dollar deal, Johansen will throw that Blue Jackets jersey on and lace em up tonight vs. the Sabres. He only has one practice and a gameday skate under him, so you can expect a little rust. With all the injuries in Columbus right now, the Jackets will lean heavily on Johansen and his linemates Nick Foligno and Cam Atkinson.
Source: Rob Mixer 10/9/14, 9:22 am EST