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Marcus Johansson | Winger | #90

Team: New Jersey Devils
Age / DOB:  (27) / 10/6/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 205
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 1 (24) / WAS
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Marcus Johansson (concussion) has begun to skate on his own.
It's a step forward, but Johansson still might not be able to return in the near future. After all, he still needs to get into some team practices. Johansson last played on Nov. 1. Nov 15 - 4:57 AM

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Marcus Johansson (concussion) has been placed on injured reserve.

Johansson is retroactive to Nov. 1 when he sustained a concussion against Vancouver. He has registered three goals and two assists in 10 appearances this season.
Nov 9 - 1:10 PM

Marcus Johansson (concussion) is doubtful against St. Louis Tuesday.

Johansson remained with the Devils on the remainder of their one visit to Western Canada this past week after getting hurt Wednesday in Vancouver. Consider him day-to-day for now. He has five points in 10 games in his first season with the Devils after seven seasons with the Washington Capitals.
Nov 6 - 8:21 AM

There was no update on Marcus Johansson on Saturday as he tries to recover from a concussion.

Johansson missed Friday's game and did not practice on Saturday as he sustained the injury on the Devils current trip to Western Canada. It would be a surprise to see him in the lineup on Sunday. He has three goals and five points in 10 games. Reserve him for now.
Nov 5 - 8:23 AM

Marcus Johansson (concussion) is not practicing with his teammates today.

Johansson sustained the concussion on his first shift against the Canucks on Wednesday. There is no timetable for his return to the lineup. The talented Swede has five points in 10 games this season.
Nov 4 - 3:38 PM

Marcus Johansson has been diagnosed with a concussion.

Johansson suffered the injury during Wednesday's game. As you'd expect when it comes to a concussion, there's no timetable for his return. That said, he won't play on Friday and we'd be surprised if he was available on Sunday.
Nov 3 - 4:15 PM

Marcus Johansson sustained an upper-body injury in his first shift of Wednesday's game.

Johansson might have been concussed when he crashed face-first into the backboards, but that remains to be seen. He didn't return to the contest and is expected to be re-evaluated on Thursday. He has three goals and five points in 10 games this season.
Nov 2 - 5:10 AM

Marcus Johansson (lower body) is expected to be back in the lineup on Wednesday night.

Johansson sustained a lower-body injury on Saturday during the pregame warmup and he didn't play against Arizona as a result. He was back on the ice for Monday's practice and didn't appear to experience any difficulties.
Oct 30 - 2:04 PM

Marcus Johansson suffered a lower body injury in warmups Saturday.

Coach John Hynes talked on Sunday about the injury. "There was nothing previous to warmups, he just tweaked something in the warmup and didn’t feel like ... with the doctors, trainers and Marcus himself — there was no guarantee he’d be able to finish the game," Hynes said. "So it’s a lower body and right now he’s day-to-day." Johansson has three goals and five points in nine games so he is a fringe fantasy player at this time.
Oct 30 - 7:34 AM

Marcus Johansson will sit out Saturday night's game against the Arizona Coyotes due to a lower-body injury.

Johansson suffered a lower-body injury during warmup prior to tonight's game against the Arizona Coyotes. He has two goals and four points in four games to this point in the season. He'll miss the game along with Andy Greene, who won't play because of the birth of his son, and Kyle Palmieri, who has a lower-body injury.
Oct 28 - 8:49 PM

Marcus Johansson played only 4:48 Saturday.

A couple of giveaways early sealed Johansson's fate on the night. Johansson had two goals and four points in four games heading into Saturday's action so this is an anomaly. Look for 55-60 points from the former Capital.
Oct 15 - 8:51 AM

The New Jersey Devils are feeling confident as they defy expectations.

The Devils went 5-1-1 in the preseason and have won their first two regular season games. "Everyone in this room knows it’s not a fluke," Marcus Johansson said of their early success. "I think we showed it in preseason. Even though it was preseason, we did it in consecutively in preseason. We just went out and played the way we wanted to play. We played to our strength. I think we’re going to be really tough when we play that way. You’re not going to win every game but if we play like this, we’re going to have a lot of opportunities to win a lot of games and that’s a good thing." The Devils still have a lot of tests ahead of them before we can read into their performance this season, but they've at least been encouraging thus far. They'll aim to improve to 3-0-0 when they face Toronto on Wednesday.
Oct 10 - 6:03 AM

Marcus Johansson registered two goals and one assist in New Jersey's 6-2 victory over Buffalo on Monday.

Johansson was left off the scoresheet in the Devils' opener, but he wasn't quiet against the Sabres. He also finished the match with a plus-3 rating in 14:17 of ice time.
Oct 9 - 5:52 PM

Marcus Johansson will return to the left side for Monday's preseason game in Prince Edward Island.

Johansson had seen time at center this training camp but will line up on the left side with Nico Hischier at center and Drew Stafford on the right side. "We wanted to get Marcus some live reps and practice reps at center," coach John Hynes said. "When you talk to him, you know center and left wing is where he’s going to play so we’d like to get him a game at left wing, a couple of practices at left wing. Zacha looks like he’s done well in his games in the middle. Adam (Henrique), we know can play center and done a good job and Nico, he’s comfortable there. We’ll give those guys an opportunity to play and put Marcus on the left side to see what the lineup looks like. We’re just trying to toy around with that a little bit." Look for Johansson to get 20-plus goals and 50 points, down from last year's 24 goals and 58 points in Washington.
Sep 25 - 7:21 AM

Marcus Johansson is projected to see time at center during training camp.

New Jersey will audition replacements for Travis Zajac, who will be out until at least December due to a torn pectoral muscle, on the first line and Johansson has played in the middle before. "We've talked with Marcus since he's been traded. He was drafted as a center, he played some center in Washington at times when they've had injuries and I think he feels, in discussions with him, most comfortable at left wing and center," said coach John Hynes. "So we'll try him at left wing and center with a couple different combos in training camp." Adam Henrique and Pavel Zacha are also candidates to center the top line, while Zajac is sidelined.
Source: NJ.com
Sep 15 - 12:11 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Travis Zajac
2Nico Hischier
3Pavel Zacha
4Brian Boyle
5Blake Coleman
LW1Taylor Hall
2Adam Henrique
3Brian Gibbons
4Miles Wood
5Jesper Bratt
RW1Kyle Palmieri
2Marcus Johansson
3Drew Stafford
4Stefan Noesen
5Jimmy Hayes
D1Damon Severson
2Andy Greene
3John Moore
4Will Butcher
5Ben Lovejoy
6Mirco Mueller
7Dalton Prout
8Steven Santini
G1Cory Schneider
2Keith Kinkaid