Marcus Johansson expects to be ready for and play in Thursday's season opener for the Capitals.
Marcus Johansson sustained a lower-body injury in the first period of Saturday's preseason against the Islanders.
Marcus Johansson found the back of the net in Washington's 5-2 loss to Montreal.
Marcus Johansson is expected to shift back to the wing on a full-time basis in 2016-17 after spending plenty of time at center last year.
Marcus Johansson has inked a three-year, $13.75 million contract with the Washington Capitals.
Marcus Johansson's requested salary for the 2016-17 campaign is $5.25 million while the Washington Capitals are countering with $3.85 million.
Marcus Johansson's arbitration hearing is set for July 20.
Marcus Johansson has filed for salary arbitration.
Marcus Johansson's new deal will impact how the Capitals approach the rest of the free agency.
Marcus Johansson and the Capitals have begun contract negotiations.
Capitals GM Brian MacLellan intends to prioritize re-signing the team's four restricted free agents before he looks at his pending unrestricted free agents.
Marcus Johansson was playing through an injury.
Marcus Johansson (upper body) will be available to play in Game 4 on Wednesday night.
Marcus Johansson won't skate on Tuesday because of an upper-body injury.