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Andreas Johnsson racked up a pair of goals and assists in New Jersey's 5-2 victory over the struggling Philadelphia Flyers. He had four points, a plus-5 rating, four shots and one hit through 15:28 TOI.
Johnsson's first goal was a great second effort as Nico Hischier sent him a breakaway pass but was denied by Martin Jones. The puck wasn't cleared and he had another chance which he didn't miss on. The second was a long ENG shot that found the net for his ninth of the season. He has six points in his last two games.
Andreas Johnson found the back of the net twice in New Jersey's 7-3 drubbing of the Florida Panthers on Tuesday. He registered two points, a plus-1 rating, two PIMs, two shots and three hits.
HIs first goal came on the powerplay while he gobbled up a rebound and potted it. The second was a three-on-two where he took a pass with his leg, sent it back to Mercer, then received another and put it in. He has six goals and nine points with a plus-7 rating. Keep an eye on him if you need streaming help.
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.
Andreas Johnsson scored a power-play goal - his fifth goal of the season - and added a power-play assist in the Maple Leafs' 5-4 loss to Chicago on Sunday. He also had four shots on goal.
After taking four games off from putting the puck in the back of the net and two games without recording a point, Johnsson found the scoresheet with his third multi-point performance of the season. Johnsson may not be a household name like some other Maple Leafs, but he's still playing on the top power-play unit with them, and has been from day one of this season. He's a solid, low-key depth player in fantasy for that reason and is now up to 12 points (five on the power-play) across 19 games.
Andreas Johnsson scored his third goal of the season in Toronto's 5-2 loss to Montreal on Saturday night. He added five shots on goal and one hit.
Johnsson had gone five straight without finding the back of the net prior to Saturday night, so it was nice to see him shake the slump. It's been an average start to the season so far for Johnsson, but since his three-game pointless streak to start the season, he's recorded eight points (three goals, five assists) in the next 10 games. His ice-time has sat in the 16-17 minute range and he's got a spot on the top power-play unit, so expect Johnsson to keep chugging along with some useful production.