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Marcus Johansson

Marcus Johansson


Age: 31

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Thu, 1/20 10:00pm
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Marcus Johansson provides power-play helper

Marcus Johansson garners power-play assist and two shots in loss to Detroit Wednesday.

Fantasy Impact

The assist ended a three-game point drought for the forward.

Fox Wihlborg7 weeks ago
Marcus Johansson signs with Sabres

Marcus Johansson has agreed to a two-year, $9 million contract with the Buffalo Sabres.

Fantasy Impact

The 28-year-old Johansson has only managed to play in 87 games over the past two seasons combined due to concussion issues. But after being acquired by the Boston Bruins from New Jersey at last season's trade deadline, he proved he still had the ability to produce in a middle-six role, putting up 11 points in the playoffs on a run to the finals. Johansson produced 58 points in his last full season back in 2016-17, but the 40 point mark is probably a more reasonable expectation for Johansson if he can maintain his health with the Sabres.

Brendan Ballantyne3 years ago
Marcus Johansson tallies a goal and assist in rout of Blues Saturday

Marcus Johansson joined in on the Bruins scoring frenzy with a goal and assist during Game 3 Saturday evening.

Fantasy Impact

Johansson had gone four straight games without a point prior to the start of Game 3 Saturday. It is encouraging to see he has some life in his offensive production for the Bruins. It remains to be seen if he will be able to build upon Game 3's performance in the near future.

Matthew Catalano3 years ago
Marcus Johansson with two assists for Bruins Sunday

Marcus Johannsson assisted on Matt Grzelcyk and Connor Clifton goals during Boston’s 6-2 victory over Carolina in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Johansson has three goals and six assists in 13 playoff games to date.

Fantasy Impact

Meager production coupled with missing a chunk of time due to injury had many previously questioning Boston’s deadline acquisition of Johansson. The trade is now paying handsome dividends during the Bruins’ playoff run though, as the 28-year-old Swede has really started to come alive with four points in his past two games. Johansson will continue to be relied upon for secondary scoring moving forward as Boston looks to make a return to the Stanley Cup Finals.

Peter Gustavson3 years ago
Marcus Johansson sparks Bruins in win

Marcus Johansson scored a third period goal during Boston’s 5-2 win over Carolina in Game 1 of Eastern Conference Finals on Thursday. He also assisted on a first period goal to open the scoring for the Bruins. Johansson has three goals and four assists to date in the playoffs.

Fantasy Impact

Johansson was a driving force for Boston in this game. He single-handedly created the first Boston goal, causing a turnover and then finding a streaking Steven Kampfer down the middle. His third period goal tied the game at 2-2 and fueled a dominant period for the Bruins that saw the team ultimately score four times. If he can continue to generate secondary scoring from Boston's third line, the Bruins will be tough to beat.

Peter Gustavson3 years ago