Marcus Johansson RUMORS & NEWS

  • Devils' Marcus Johansson 'getting close,' but won't force return

    Newark Star-Ledger "Marcus Johansson continues to practice and make progress in his rehab from his concussion, but he is still unsure exactly when he will be ready for a return to the Devils' lineup. The forward is considered day-to-day and hopes to that return is very soon, but he won't force the issue trying to..." April 05

  • Devils activate Marcus Johansson from injured reserve

    Newark Star-Ledger "The Devils activated forward Marcus Johansson from injured reserve on Sunday, and he traveled with the team to Montreal. The team plays the Montreal Canadiens at 7 p.m. on Sunday at Bell Centre in Montreal. Coach John Hynes will brief the media at 4:50 prior to Sunday's game, and he will..." April 01

  • Devils' Marcus Johansson resumes skating for 1st time since concussion

    Newark Star-Ledger "Devils forward Marcus Johansson resumed skating on his own for the first time since his Jan. 23 concussion. Johansson skated for the first time on Tuesday, and he hit the ice again on Wednesday. Johansson suffered his second concussion of the season when he was elbowed in the head by..." March 07

  • Devils' Marcus Johansson diagnosed with 2nd concussion of season

    Newark Star-Ledger "Devils forward Marcus Johansson was diagnosed with a concussion after taking an elbow to the head from Bruins forward Brad Marchand on Tuesday. The NHL suspended Marchand five games for the elbow, which came at the 18:01 mark of the third period in the Devils' 3-2 loss at TD Garden in..." January 25

  • Marcus Johansson suffers second concussion of season

    Yardbarker "As Brad Marchand and the Boston Bruins await word of a potential suspension from the league, the New Jersey Devils will have to deal with another concussion for Marcus Johansson. According to Bob McKenzie of TSN the Devils’ forward suffered his second such injury of the season when elbowed by..." January 24

  • Devils confirm a concussion for Marcus Johansson

    Bergen Record "Devils coach John Hynes confirmed after the team’s morning skate at Rogers Place here in Edmonton that left wing Marcus Johansson did suffer a concussion in Wednesday night’s 2-0 win at Vancouver. He is out indefinitely. Johansson went hard into the boards on his first shift of the game as he..." November 03