by Brendan Ballantyne | Devils Correspondent | Thu, Nov 28th 8:53pm EST
Andreas Johnsson scored two goals - one on the power-play - and added an assist in Toronto's 6-0 beat down of the Red Wings on Wednesday. He also fired six shots on goal during his 14:31 of ice-time.
After a five game slide where he was absent from the scoresheet, Johnsson came up with his best offensive performance of the season. He's been demoted from the first to the second power-play unit since Sheldon Keefe took over, which has resulted in a slight dip in ice-time. But, Johnsson is still finding himself in a nice position by lining up with Auston Matthews and William Nylander. Johnsson has produced a decent total of 15 points (seven goals, eight assists) in 26 games so far this season, just shy of a 50-point pace.