What can you say about Andreas Johnsson’s 2019/2020 campaign other than “Well, he was there.”
#Leafs have recalled Nic Petan, Martin Marincin and Pontus Aberg from the Marlies.
Andreas Johnsson going on LTIR with a leg injury that will be reevaluated after Christmas. He didn’t return for the third period of Wednesday’s loss after blocking a shot.
— Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) December 6, 2019
Maple Leafs forward Andreas Johnsson has been placed on injured reserve. #LeafsForever
— Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) February 16, 2020
OH. We can’t even really say that? Well this one should be fun.
By the numbers
After a strong rookie season that saw Johnsson put up 20 goals, his second full season in the NHL has been one Johnsson would most likely prefer to forget. In between two stints on injured reserve, Johnsson has only managed a 21 points, with a mere 8 goals (only 3 of which came at 5v5, compared to the 16 he scored in 18/19.) While such a stark drop off in scoring may seem concerning, the biggest issue with Johnson this year appears to be a swap of a peak for a valley in terms of shooting percentage, especially at 5v5. While his 10.3 SH% on …
Author: briancrd / The Leafs Nation