Johnson (lower-body) will be back in the Lightning lineup on Saturday.
Johnson missed Monday's game against the Panthers but is expected to play vs. the Canadiens. He has missed five of the last eight games but Tampa Bay is hopeful that his nagging injury is behind him. Johnson, who will be on the fourth line and second power-play unit, has 15 points (7G / 8A) in 30 games this season.
Johnson (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Head coach Jon Cooper said they will give Johnson the night off tonight. “He just kept re-aggravating it [injury] so a few days rest will do him some good.” With Johnson out, Mathieu Joseph was recalled from Syracuse (AHL).
Johnson (lower-body) is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Senators.
Johnson has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury but head coach Jon Cooper said that he is "good-to-go" tonight vs. the Senators. Johnson could skate in the top-6 if Nikita Kucherov can't play--he is listed as a game-time decision. Johnson has seven goals and seven assists (14 points) in 27 games this season.
Johnson (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Johnson will miss his third consecutive game with a lower-body injury but the Lightning reiterated that they don't believe it is a long-term injury.
Johnson (undisclosed) will not play Monday; expected to miss a couple of games.
Johnson was not on the ice for Monday's morning skate and head coach Jon Cooper said that he is "definitely out tonight" and that we probably "won't see him for the next couple of games." With Johnson out, the Lightning has recalled Cory Conacher and Mitchell Stephens from Syracuse (AHL).
Johnson (undisclosed) will play Thursday vs. the Panthers.
Johnson will get a huge opportunity early in the season, as he’s set to centre Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov on Thursday. Johnson skated between the dynamic duo on Wednesday and will also skate on the top power-play unit while Brayden Point is sidelined.
Source: Bryan Burns 10/2/19, 1:29 pm EST
Johnson (undisclosed) is day-to-day but expected to play in the season opener.
Johnson missed Monday’s practice with the undisclosed injury that he suffered in Saturday’s preseason game, but head coach Jon Cooper is “hopeful” that he will play on Thursday. Monitor Johnson’s status over the next few days, but the sudden return of Brayden Point decreases Johnson’s fantasy value.
Johnson (lower-body) will play Wednesday in Pittsburgh.
Johnson missed the Lightning’s final game before the All-Star break/bye week but will play Wednesday. Johnson has collected 18 goals and 16 assists (34 points) in 47 games this season—but just one assist in his last five games.
Johnson is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Johnson was forced to leave Thursday’s game vs. the Maple Leafs with a lower-body injury that will likely keep him out of the lineup on Saturday. Alex Killorn moved up to the second line with Brayden Point and Nikita Kucherov with Johnson held off of the ice on Friday.
Source: Joe Smith 01/18/19, 4:48 pm EST
Johnson (upper-body) will be in the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Johnson missed the Lightning’s season opener on Saturday but will play tonight vs. the Canucks. Johnson will play on the second line with Brayden Point and Yanni Gourde.
Johnson (upper-body) is expected to make his season debut on Thursday.
Johnson missed the Lightning’s season opener vs. the Panthers last Saturday but will play on Thursday barring a setback in the morning skate. Johnson is expected to skate on the Lightning’s second line with Yanni Gourde and Brayden Point and should see some time on the power-play as well.
Johnson (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Johnson was originally listed as questionable for Saturday's game, but will not play in the Lightning's season opener. Johnson has been practicing, so he figures to be back next week. With Johnson sidelined, Cory Conacher will play on the fourth line and Mathieu Joseph will be bumped to the third line.
Johnson (upper-body) practiced for the second-straight day; remains questionable for Saturday.
Johnson has been battling an upper-body injury and remains questionable for tomorrow’s season opener despite practicing on both Thursday and Friday. If Johnson is unable to play, Mathieu Joseph is expected to take his spot on the Lightning’s third line.
Johnson (upper-body) has a “50/50 chance” to play on opening night.
Johnson has been dealing with an upper-body injury throughout the preseason and could miss the Lightning’s opener vs. the Panthers on Saturday. With Johnson out during Monday’s practice, Mathieu Joseph skated in his spot on the third line.
Johnson (undisclosed) “should be in” Wednesday vs. the Sabres.
Johnson was banged up late in the Lightning shootout win over the Maple Leafs on Monday. Johnson took part in the morning skate and was on a line with J.T. Miller and Chris Kunitz and is expected to be in tonight. Johnson has two goals and one assist during a three-game point streak.
Johnson (illness) is expected to be back in the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Johnson missed Tuesday’s game in Vegas with an illness but was back on the ice this morning for the gameday skate and is expected to play vs. Ottawa. Johnson has been great as of late, picking up four goals and eight assists (12 points) in his last seven games.
Johnson is dealing with the flu and is questionable to play on Thursday.
Johnson was a late scratch from Tuesday’s game in Vegas and is one of many Lightning players dealing with the flu. Monitor Johnson’s status leading up to tomorrow’s game vs. the Lightning.
Source: Joe Smith 12/20/17, 4:46 am EST
The Lightning re-signed Tyler Johnson to a seven-year contract worth $35.0M ($5.0M AAV).
Johnson (lower-body) will not play on Friday.
Source: Joe Smith 04/7/17, 2:22 pm EST
Johnson (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 04/6/17, 3:10 pm EST