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Avs' Johnson Back To Full Health
|(6/23/15) Avalanche GM Joe Sakic said that Erik Johnson (knee) is now 100 percent healthy, Mike Chambers of the Denver Post reports.|
Avs' Johnson Nears Full Strength
|(4/23/15) Erik Johnson is approaching 100 percent after missing the final 34 games of the regular with a knee injury and will be ready for the start of next season Mike Chambers of The Denver Post reports.|
Avs' Johnson Remains Out
|(4/7/15) Erik Johnson (knee) won't play Tuesday against the Preds.|
Avs' Johnson Out For Three-Game Road Trip
|(4/1/15) Erik Johnson (knee) has not been cleared to play and will not join the Avalanche for their three-game road trip through California this week.|
Avs' Johnson Out Monday
|(3/30/15) Erik Johnson (knee) won't play Monday against the Oilers, Terry Frei of the Denver Post reports.|
Avs' Johnson (Knee) Transferred To IR
Johnson (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday.
Avs' Johnson Out After Getting Knee Scoped
Coach Patrick Roy indicated that Johnson will miss the next 3-to-8 weeks after undergoing a knee scope.We'll look for a more precise timetable in the coming days, but either way, Johnson -- who has notched 23 points in 47 games to date -- is going to miss a decent chunk of time and is thus a candidate to head to the Avs' IR list.
Avs' Johnson (Lower Body) Misses Practice Monday
Johnson (lower body) wasn't on the ice for practice Monday, Rick Sadowski of NHL.com reports.Johnson didn't get a chance to participate in the All-Star festivities in Columbus due to the injury, and it appears the issue may persist at the start of the second half. The 26-year-old blueliner would be sorely missed, as he's managed to post 12 goals and 11 assists over 47 games this season. Either way, the team should provide a more definite status update prior to the opening faceoff Tuesday.
The Eye On Hockey All-Star Game mock draft
The NHL All-Star Game player draft takes place on Friday night, so hockey writers Adam Gretz and Chris Peters decided to make their own picks for Team Toews and Team Foligno.
Avalanche D Erik Johnson to miss NHL All-Star Game due to injury
Colorado Avalanche D Erik Johnson has been ruled out for the 2015 NHL All-Star Game after suffering a lower-body injury.
|Injury problems plagued Erik Johnson once again in 2014-15, limiting the 2006 No. 1 overall draft pick to just 47 games. Even though he missed more than a third of the past season with the knee ailment, Johnson enters the upcoming campaign fully healthy and looking to build on what had the makings of a career year before injury set in. Prior to going down, Johnson was among the NHL defenseman leaders with 12 goals, including three power-play tallies. It probably wasn't a fluke, either, as the 27-year-old puck mover posted 39 points in 2013-14, a mark he likely would have surpassed last season if health had permitted. Tyson Barrie emerged as the team’s top power-play unit quarterback while he was out, but Johnson is still a very dynamic offensive defenseman who shoots the puck often. If he's able to notice a little more luck on the health front, a 40-point season behind a dangerous offense that includes Matt Duchene, Gabriel Landeskog and Nathan MacKinnon is a realistic possibility. (Updated 8/19/15) |