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Ryan Johansen

23-Year-Old Center – Columbus Blue Jackets

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Johansen missed all of training camp last year due to a contract dispute, but when the puck dropped on the start of the season, he was all business. While his goal total dipped a bit last year, Johansen more than made up for it by dishing out an extra 15 assists, and the sum...

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SHOOTS: Right   HT: 6' 3"   WT: 223   DOB: 7/31/1992   BORN: Vancouver, British Columbia   DRAFTED: 1st Rd, #4 Overall in 2010   Show ContractHide Contract

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Signed a three-year contract with the Blue Jackets in October of 2014 worth $3 million for 2014-15 and 2015-16, and $6 million for 2016-17.

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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2011-12 19 NHL CLS 67 9 12 21 -2 24 99 9.1 3 0 12:44 3 1 4 1:40 68 24
2012-13 20 NHL CLS 40 5 7 12 -7 12 84 6.0 2 0 16:05 0 1 1 2:19 42 14
2013-14 21 NHL CLS 82 33 30 63 3 43 237 13.9 5 0 17:39 7 13 20 2:55 114 39
2014-15 22 NHL CLS 82 26 45 71 -6 40 202 12.9 0 2 19:30 7 19 26 2:52 84 33
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2013-14 17:39 2:55
2014-15 19:30 2:52

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Ryan Johansen: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Johansen notched two helpers -- one on the power play -- Tuesday in a 3-2 overtime win against New Jersey.

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Johansen recorded his second straight multi-point game Friday, potting his 25th goal of the season and adding an assist in a win over the Blackhawks.

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Johansen potted his 24th goal and contributed a power-play assist Tuesday in a 5-3 win over Anaheim.

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Johansen notched a goal in Wednesday’s 4-3 shootout win over the Oilers.

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Johansen gathered a goal and an assist in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Penguins.

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Johansen scored a goal and picked up an empty-net assist Tuesday in a win over Philadelphia.

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Johansen scored his 20th goal of the season and added two assists in Friday's win over the Blues.

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Johansen scored the Blue Jackets' lone goal in Saturday's 3-1 loss to the Lightning.

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Johansen had a goal and an assist in Saturday's 3-1 win over Boston. The goal came on the power play. The points extend his current scoring streak to a whopping 13 games (eight goals, eight assists).

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Johansen notched a goal in Wednesday’s loss to the Canadiens.

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Johansen's point streak reached double digits Saturday when he picked up an assist in a loss to the Islanders. He has at least a point in each of his last 10 games and 12 points (six goals, six assists) in that span.

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Johansen scored both of the Blue Jackets' goals in Friday's loss to Toronto.

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2015-16

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2014-15

After a couple of rough years to begin his NHL career, Johansen finally lived up to his billing as the fourth overall pick in 2010, leading the Blue Jackets in scoring with 33 goals and 63 points and emerging as a true top-line center. He still hasn't entirely answered all the questions about his occasionally inconsistent intensity level, but when he's on his game, Johansen is an absolute beast in the offensive zone - and only 22 years old. Assuming the restricted free agent returns to the fold, the Blue Jackets have found their replacement for Rick Nash as the club's franchise player.

2013-14

The fourth overall pick in 2010, Johansen split his time between the big club and the AHL last year and, while he drew some criticism for his intensity level, at times his production at Springfield (17 goals and 33 points in 40 games) provided a solid reminder of his upside. The Blue Jackets still lack an established number one center, and if Johansen can find another gear his scoring touch and physical play could yet translate into solid NHL production. He's a work in progress, but he's close to reaching his potential.

2012-13

Johansen's first season in the NHL was nothing to write home about, as he managed just nine goals and 21 points in 67 games spent mostly on checking lines. He didn't seem able to earn the trust of then-interim coach Todd Richards, but, with another year to work on his skating, and, more importantly, with the top two lines now wide open in the wake of the Rick Nash trade, Johansen will get a chance to win a better offensive placement. Foot speed aside, he has enviable size and top grade tools, and, on a roster suddenly bereft of stars, he's got plenty of room to spread his wings and reach his potential. Definitely remember his name in keeper leagues as your round out your roster.

2011-12

The Blue Jackets' top prospect and fourth overall pick in 2010 exploded in his final season junior eligibility, racking up 40 goals and 92 points in 63 WHL games while also making an impact in the world junior championships. He could be faster on his skates, but Johansen has size, skill and vision, and stands a good chance of breaking camp with the big club this season. He won't be on a scoring line and a slow start wouldn't be a shock, so don't get any Calder ideas, but he's an excellent keeper candidate for '12-'13.

2010-11

Johansen blossomed last season as a rookie in the WHL, scoring 69 points in 71 games with Portland and adding another 18 in the postseason to lead the club. He’s big and very skilled, and is equally adept at finding the open man or finding an opening behind a goalie. He doesn’t have the foot speed to be a truly elite NHL center, but in every other facet of the game he’s capable of making an impact. He probably profiles best as a second line player, but in a year or two the Blue Jackets may be sorely tempted to try him alongside Rick Nash and see what kind of havoc those two can wreak together.