Marcus Johansson has been awarded a one-year, $3.75 million contract from Washington in arbitration.
Marcus Johansson and the Washington Capitals weren't able to agree to terms before his arbitration hearing.
Marcus Johansson is requesting $4.75 million from an arbitrator.
Marcus Johansson’s contract talks are considered "status quo," according to Capitals general manager Brian McLellan.
Marcus Johansson's arbitration hearing is set for July 29.
The Washington Capitals have made an offer to Restricted Free-Agent Marcus Johansson.
Marcus Johansson has filed for salary arbitration.
Marcus Johansson had the best season of his career in 2014-15.
Marcus Johansson is expected to stay on the top line, with Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom, heading into Game 7 versus the Rangers.
Marcus Johansson's return to Game One against the NY Rangers has been listed as questionable.
Marcus Johansson had two assists in Washington's 5-1 victory on Thursday.
Marcus Johansson appears to be questionable for Game 4 after he was cut by a skate blade on Sunday.
Forward Marcus Johansson scored the Capitals' only goal during a 4-1 loss to the visiting New York Islanders in the opener of the Eastern Conference First Round playoff series Wednesday night.
Marcus Johansson scored his 19th goal of the season on Saturday.