Blue Jackets GM Jarmo Kekalainen feels it's very important for Ryan Johansen's contract situation to be settled before training camp opens in a about a month from now.
There's nothing new to report with regard to contract talks between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Ryan Johansen.
Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch thinks Ryan Johansen will eventually sign a two-year deal.
The Columbus Blue Jackets reportedly wished Ryan Johansen had stuck around Columbus during the summer.
Ryan Johansen's agent reportedly has two- and four-year proposals on table, while Columbus has two- and three-year offers.
Contract talks between the Blue Jackets and center Ryan Johansen have hit an apparent impasse of late.
Ryan Johansen's agent has reportedly made the Columbus Blue Jackets a two-year offer.
Ryan Johansen, the Blue Jackets' leading scorer last season, is free to negotiate with all NHL teams but don't expect the high-scoring center to be playing with any team other than Columbus next season.
Ryan Johansen and the Columbus Blue Jackets are not close to inking a new contract.
Signing Ryan Johansen is at the top of GM Jarmo Kekalainen's to-do list.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are confident in their ability to retain restricted free agent Ryan Johansen.
Center Ryan Johansen, 21, starred for the Columbus Blue Jackets this season, leading the team with 33 goals and 63 points -- and he's soon going to be rewarded financially.
Ryan Johansen picked up an assist on Saturday and now has two goals and six points in five post-season games.
Ryan Johansen picked up his first two points in his playoff career on Saturday.