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Nov 27, 2023 2 0 1 3 7
Nov 25, 2023 1 0 1 4 4.5
Nov 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Nov 22, 2023 0 0 1 0 1
Nov 20, 2023 0 0 0 1

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2023 394.3 9 1 10 15:04
2022 736.1 12 16 28 -13 15:45
2021 185.257.1 26 37 63 -2 16:33
3y Avg. 1087.2 15 23 38 -4 16:19
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Scores twice Monday

    Johansen scored a pair of goals in Monday's 4-1 win over the Lightning. Johansen has tallied four times over the last six games. The 31-year-old center had the Avalanche's first two goals Monday, which included the game-winner. He's up to nine goals with just one helper through 21 outings, and he's added 42 shots on net, 13 hits and an even plus-minus rating. Johansen remains the listed second-line center, but his ice time has been trending down over the second half of November -- he saw a mere 10:58 in Monday's win.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Wraps in goal

    Johansen scored a goal on four shots and added two PIM in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Flames. Johansen created the Avalanche's second -- and game-winning -- goal all by himself. He picked off a pass to the point in his own zone, then worked up the ice and converted on a wraparound. The center has been limited to three goals over 12 contests in November, and he's started to pay for it with a decrease in ice time. He's been under 15:00 in each of the last five games. Johansen has seven goals and only one assist through 20 outings. He has also added 39 shots on net, 13 hits, eight PIM and a minus-1 rating in his first year with the Avalanche.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Slips to second power play

    Johansen had one blocked shot and one hit over 11:13 of ice time in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Canucks. Johansen's night also included a season-low 13 seconds of TOI on the power play. He'd been a staple on first grouping all season, entering the contest averaging 4:23 on the man-advantage unit. Jonathan Drouin replaced him there Wednesday. The two have alternated at times over the last week, so it might not be the end of Johansen's participation on the top grouping.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Tips in power-play goal

    Johansen scored a power-play goal in Saturday's 6-3 win over the Stars. Johansen snapped his four-game point drought with the tally. He's scored just two goals, with no assists, over eight games in November. The Avalanche have more or less kept the deployment of their centers in order. Johansen has six tallies, one helper, 34 shots on net and a minus-3 rating through 16 outings while playing on the second line.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Capitalizes on turnover

    Johansen scored a goal on four shots and added two hits in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the Devils. Johansen received a botched clearance from the Devils and left no doubt in scoring the Avalanche's fourth goal, which was the game-winner. The tally snapped his four-game point drought. Johansen has had an unusual start to 2023-24 with five goals, one assist, 31 shots on net and an even plus-minus rating through 11 appearances. He's typically much more of a playmaker than a finisher, so the helpers will likely come around eventually.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Scores twice in victory

    Johansen scored two goals on five shots, helping the Avalanche to a 7-4 win over the Islanders on Tuesday. Johansen opened the scoring with a power-play goal in the first period. He also added an empty-net goal to give the Avalanche a 6-4 lead. Johansen has now put together a three-game point streak with five points in that span. He should continue to play in the top six while seeing time with Colorado's top power-play unit.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: One of each Saturday

    Johansen scored a goal and added an assist, both on the power play, in Saturday's 6-4 win over the Hurricanes. Johansen was more of a cog in the system for the Avalanche's first goal, as Nathan MacKinnon deflected a shot off Johansen's skate. In the second period, Johansen set up an Artturi Lehkonen marker to put Colorado up 4-3. The 31-year-old Johansen has two goals and an assist over his last two contests, accounting for all of his offense through five outings. He's added 10 shots on net and a plus-2 rating in a second-line role.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Nets power-play marker

    Johansen scored a power-play goal on two shots and added two PIM in Thursday's 4-0 win over the Blackhawks. Johansen's tally late in the first period was his first point for the Avalanche. The 31-year-old center has been on the second line with first-unit power-play time, but he's had trouble getting his offense going. He's added seven shots on net and a plus-2 rating through four contests. Johansen had 12 tallies and 28 points in 55 outings with the Predators last year, and he's typically more of a playmaker than a finisher.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Delivers at dot

    Johansen fired three shots on net, levied one hit and won 12 of 18 faceoffs over 15:39 of ice time in Wednesday's 5-2 win over the Kings. Johansen opens the season as the second-line center, attempting to fill a void created when Nazem Kadri left in free agency following the 2021-22 season. He was also brought on to help Colorado at the faceoff circle, where the team ranked 28th last season with a 46.7 winning percentage. The second line was shutout on the scoresheet, but Johansen did his part at the dot while also working on the first-unit power play -- he logged 3:54 of ice time with the man advantage versus LA.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Nets power-play goal

    Johansen scored a power-play goal, fired one shot on net, and had one hit over 18:10 of ice time in Thursday's 4-3 preseason loss to the Golden Knights. Johansen looks like a fine addition to Colorado's power play. He won the offensive zone draw that led to his redirected goal, which was his second power-play strike of the preseason. The Avalanche hope Johansen is the answer to fill the hole at second-line center, which was a problem last season after Nazem Kadri left for Calgary via free agency. Johansen is projected to be flanked by Artturi Lehkonen and Valeri Nichushkin during the 2023-24 campaign.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Tallies on power play

    Johansen scored on the power play and had four shots on net in Monday's 3-2 preseason win over Vegas. Johansen, working as the bumper on the power play, took a feed to score his first in a Colorado uniform. Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar told Evan Rawal of Colorado Hockey Now the bumper could be Johansen's landing spot this coming season. "He's patient with the puck," Bednar said. "He seems to always know where he's going to go with it before he gets it. That's what he did for Nashville too, so he's played in there, he's got experience in there. Good draw guy, so he can help the powerplay start in the offensive zone." The power-play unit had extended zone time before Johansen's marker, which was set up by two projected regulars: Bowen Byram fed Jonathan Drouin who found Johansen.
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  • Avalanche's Ryan Johansen: Dealt to Colorado

    Johansen (leg) was traded to Colorado from Nashville in exchange for Alex Galchenyuk on Saturday. Johansen had 12 goals and 16 assists in 55 games in 2022-23 before his season came to an end Feb. 21 in Vancouver, when he suffered a broken leg requiring surgery. Johansen had a big season in 2021-22, scoring 26 times and adding 37 assists. He is expected to slot in as the Avalanche's second-line center next season, something Colorado lacked in 2022-23 after Nazem Kadri left in free agency following its Stanley Cup win in 2022.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Out 12 weeks

    Johansen is expected to miss the next 12 weeks after undergoing surgery on his leg Wednesday. The recovery will put Johansen's return at some point in mid-May, likely ending his year since the regular season ends April 14 and the Predators are currently seven points out of a playoff spot. Unless Nashville is able to squeak into the postseason, Johansen will finish with 12 goals and 28 points in 55 games.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Hurt in Tuesday's game

    Johansen may have suffered a serious injury in Tuesday's game versus the Canucks, Joe Rexrode of The Athletic reports. Johansen needed help off the ice late in the second period and didn't return to the game. Head coach John Hynes is awaiting official word on Johansen's status, but it sounds like the center could be out for at least a little while. More information should be available before Thursday's game in San Jose.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Collects clutch helper

    Johansen registered a game-winning assist in Saturday's 2-1 overtime win over the Flyers. The Preds needed only 34 seconds in overtime for Johansen to set up Matt Duchene's game-winning tally. In general, this campaign hasn't gone as smoothly for Johansen, as he's managed just 11 goals and 15 assists along with a career-low minus-13 rating through 50 contests.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Gets two points Saturday

    Johansen contributed a goal and an assist in Saturday's 5-3 win against Los Angeles. Johansen's goal came at 8:44 of the third period to tie the game at 3-3. He has 11 markers and 24 points in 46 contests in 2022-23. Johansen was limited to a goal and four points over his previous 13 games.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Pair of points in loss

    Johansen scored a goal on five shots and an added a power-play assist in Saturday's 5-3 loss to the Sabres. Johansen helped out on a Roman Josi tally in the first period and scored one of his own to tie the game at 3-3 in the second. This was his first multi-point effort since Dec. 1, and his tally was his first since Dec. 23. The 30-year-old center has played in more of a middle-six role lately, which explains his decline on offense. He's at 10 tallies, 22 points 65 shots, 41 hits, 32 PIM and a minus-9 rating through 42 appearances.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Two straight helpers

    Johansen registered an assist for the second straight game in Friday's 3-2 win over the Capitals. Johansen's been inconsistent this season, having registered a point in back-to-back contests just three times. After scoring 63 points last season, the 30-year-old pivot has dipped to just over half a point per game in 2022-23. From a fantasy perspective, Johansen is like a box of chocolates on draft day -- you never know what you're going to get.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: Scores in loss to Edmonton

    Johansen tallied a goal in a 6-3 loss to Edmonton on Tuesday. Johansen has eight goals and 16 points in 27 contests this season. He had been held off the scoresheet in three of his previous four contests, and had just three goals and eight points in 15 games from Nov. 5-Dec. 12. The 30-year-old is capable of better than this, as he demonstrated in 2021-22 by recording 26 goals and 63 points in 79 contests.
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  • Predators' Ryan Johansen: OT hero in Thursday's win

    Johansen scored two goals, including the overtime winner, and added an assist in Thursday's 4-3 victory over the Devils. He opened the scoring just 11 seconds into the first period and finished things off 33 seconds into the extra frame, and Johansen also helped set up Mikael Granlund for the tying tally with just 10 seconds left in regulation. It was a rare offensive eruption for the 30-year-old -- Johansen had gone seven games without lighting the lamp coming into Thursday, and the performance was just his second multi-point night of the season.
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