Marcus Johansson Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 203 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 10/6/1990 (32)
Marcus Johansson Last 10 Games
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Minnesota Wild winger Marcus Johansson took full advantage of top-line minutes in Monday's matchup against Chicago, leading the team to a 4-2 victory with two goals and one assist. He filled Kirill Kaprizov's spot on the left wing after the Wild decided to rest their superstar for the contest. His goals helped to turn the game in Minnesota's favor after the Blackhawks had grabbed a 2-1 lead. Johansson's first marker at the 14:00 mark in the third period came in a short-handed situation. The Swedish veteran benefited from a bigger role, and he's set to drop back down in the lineup Tuesday as Kaprizov is set to return, but Johansson has previously produced good numbers as well since rejoining the team in February. In 19 games with the Wild, Johansson has collected six goals and 11 assists, getting to 45 points for the whole season.
The Minnesota Wild have brought back forward Marcus Johansson to the club, receiving him from the Washington Capitals for a 2024 third-round draft pick. Johansson also played with the Wild in 2020-21, recording eight six goals and eight assists in 36 games. It wasn't a great campaign for Johansson, but the Wild clearly liked something about him if they decided to bring him back. The 32-year-old boasts 10 goals and 28 points in 60 games this term. He should be a solid middle-six contributor for a Wild team that has been desperate for more goals.
Washington Capitals winger Marcus Johansson (undisclosed) had no issues getting through Friday's practice session and looks ready to play in Saturday's Stadium Series clash against Carolina. Washington head coach Peter Laviolette has refused to confirm Johansson's participation in the game, but it sure seems like he's good to go. Johansson's status for the match has been in doubt after he was injured late in the game Thursday against Florida. The 32-year-old has notched 12 goals and 28 points in 57 games this season. He's part of the first power-play unit, so having Johansson available would be a nice boost for the Capitals.
Washington Capitals winger Marcus Johansson suffered an apparent lower-body injury in Thursday's 6-3 loss to Florida. He left the game in the third period after a collision with Panthers defenseman Radko Gudas. This was an awful outing all around for Johansson, as he finished with a minus-three rating in 19:03 of ice time. He had one shot on goal, one block and one hit. Johansson, who has recorded 28 points in 57 games, is now in danger of missing his first contest of the season. Washington returns to action Saturday against Carolina.
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