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18-5-3 39
16-8-2 34
14-6-4 32
14-8-4 32
13-11-5 31
12-12-3 27
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2023 Goaltending

Overtime Loss
Goals Against Average
Saves Percentage
Regular Season 8 6 5 3.47 .891 2

Top Jonas Johansson News

  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Falls to Predators

    Johansson allowed four goals on 29 shots in Thursday's 5-1 loss to the Predators.

    It was a tough night for Johansson, who's now allowed nine goals on 65 shots through three appearances since Andrei Vasilevskiy returned from injury. The 28-year-old Johansson is now 8-6-5 with an .891 save percentage and 3.47 GAA this season. With Vasilevskiy healthy, it's hard to see Johansson earning enough playing time to warrant fantasy consideration.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Facing Predators

    Johansson will protect the road goal Thursday versus the Predators, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports.

    Johansson was on the bench for the last two games, during which Andrei Vasilevskiy gave up a total of one goal. Johansson will make his second start and third appearance since Vasilevskiy's season debut. The Predators have won four of their last six games, but they've scored just 15 goals in that span, so this is a solid matchup for Johansson to try to keep the Lightning's momentum up.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Shaky in relief Saturday

    Johansson replaced Andrei Vasilevskiy to begin the third period of Saturday's 8-1 loss to the Stars, giving up two goals on nine shots.

    Neither Tampa Bay goalie had much luck slowing down the Dallas attack and they got very little help from their stagnant defense in the afternoon contest. Johansson lost his starting job when Vasilevskiy returned from back surgery, and even a brutal outing like this for the Bolts' No. 1 netminder isn't likely to change up the depth chart. On the season, Johansson has a 3.44 GAA and .892 save percentage through 19 appearances.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Loses in Arizona

    Johansson stopped 24 of 27 shots in Tuesday's 3-1 loss to the Coyotes.

    Johansson put in a decent effort but gave up a goal in each period, and the Lightning offered little in the way of goal support. The 28-year-old netminder is set to transition to a backup role in short order, with Andrei Vasilevskiy recovered from back surgery. Johansson dropped to 8-5-5 with a 3.39 GAA and an .894 save percentage through 18 starts this season. He'll likely play mostly in back-to-back sets and against easier opponents, so there's a chance Johansson could improve on those numbers despite his reduced workload.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Facing Arizona

    Johansson will defend the road goal Tuesday against Arizona, according to Ryan Boulding of

    Johansson will get the second half of Tampa Bay's back-to-back after Andrei Vasilevskiy faces Colorado on Monday. The 28-year-old Johansson has posted a record of 8-4-5 this season with a 3.41 GAA and an .894 save percentage over 17 appearances. His workload will be much lighter with Vasilevskiy back, but he could get some favorable matchups from time to time. The Coyotes sit 16th in the league this campaign with 3.15 goals per contest.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Left high and dry in OT

    Johansson made 29 saves in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Jets on Wednesday.

    He didn't have a chance on the winner. Two Bolts ended up checking one Jet in the defensive zone and they took each other out, bowling ball style. It left two Jets in tight and Adam Lowry was able to pop in a cross-ice pass that a diving Johansson just couldn't stop. His overall numbers don't look great (3.41 GAA, .894 save percentage), but he's 8-4-5 and done exactly what the Bolts needed while Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) is out. And that's win some games. The Bolts have survived Vasy's injury, and with the big man back perhaps as early as next week, the team is poised to climb the standings. Johansson should continue to get starts as the team eases Vasilevskiy back gently, so don't jettison him just yet.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Between pipes Wednesday

    Johansson is set to start in goal at home versus the Jets on Wednesday, Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site reports.

    Johansson has bounced back with wins in his last three outings, though he's given up 10 goals in that span. The Jets have a strong offense that's produced 27 goals over their last six games, so Johansson will have a tough test ahead. Johansson's run as the Lightning's starter is likely drawing to a close with Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) potentially returning during the three-game road trip that begins Friday versus the Hurricanes.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Draws start Monday

    Johansson will be stationed between the pipes at home against Boston on Monday, Gabby Shirley of Bally Sports Florida reports.

    Johansson has won two straight starts entering Monday but gave up six goals on 57 shots during those victories. He's coughed up at least four goals in seven of his last eight outings, registering a subpar 4.15 GAA and an .869 save percentage during that span. On the year, Johansson has gone 7-4-4 with a 3.40 GAA and an .896 save percentage across 15 games.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Notches third straight win

    Johansson saved 23 of 27 shots in Monday's 5-4 overtime win over the Bruins.

    Tampa Bay's offense was able to overcome the mistakes made by the defense, giving Johansson his third straight win and improving his record to 8-4-4 despite a shaky 3.44 GAA and .893 save percentage. The 28-year-old is seeing the heaviest workload of his career with Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) unavailable, but the Lightning's No. 1 netminder returned to practice last week and could be back by the end of the month, which would bump Johansson into a backup role.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Second straight win

    Johansson made 39 saves Saturday in a 6-4 win over the Oilers.

    The Oilers got to Johansson early with two snipes in the first 8:31, including a shorthanded tally. He settled into a groove afterward in a see-saw affair before giving up a goal to Evan Bouchard at 8:04 of the third that pushed Edmonton into the lead. From there, Johansson's teammates took over with three unanswered goals to seal the win. It's the fourth time this season that he's faced 40 or more shots, but just the first time he's earned the win. Johansson continues to hold the blue paint while waiting for Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) to return later this month. Use caution with Johansson even though he has posted two straight victories. If fantasy managers aren't careful, his 3.40 GAA and .896 save percentage can help sink your week.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Set to face Oilers

    Johansson is expected to start at home against Edmonton on Saturday, per Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site.

    Johansson saved 12 of 14 shots in a 4-2 victory over Chicago on Thursday, ending his four-game losing streak. Through 14 contests this season, he has a 6-4-4 record, 3.36 GAA and .895 save percentage. Edmonton's been doing well lately, winning its past three contests while tallying 12 goals during that stretch.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Light workload in win

    Johansson allowed two goals on just 15 shots in Thursday's 4-2 win over Chicago.

    While the Blackhawks didn't generate much offense Thursday, it took a Victor Hedman goal midway through the third period to break a 2-2 tie, snapping Johansson's four-game losing streak. The 28-year-old netminder had struggled coming into the game, allowing four or more goals in each of his last six starts. Johansson is now 6-4-4 with an .895 save percentage to start the year. He should continue to see the majority of starts for Tampa Bay until Andrei Vasilevskiy's (back) expected return later this month.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Guarding cage Thursday

    Johansson will be between the road pipes for Thursday's game versus the Blackhawks, Tracey Myers of reports.

    Johansson has lost his last four outings (0-3-1) while allowing 19 goals over that span. He's given up four-plus goals in six straight appearances, including five goals allowed on 29 shots in a 5-3 loss to the Blackhawks at home last Thursday.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Set to start Tuesday

    Johansson is slated to be between the road pipes versus St. Louis on Tuesday, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

    Johansson will make his 13th appearance in the club's opening 16 games of the year. In those prior 12 contests, the 28-year-old backstop has posted a 5-3-4 record, 3.64 GAA and .899 save percentage. Once Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) is cleared to play, Johansson figures to see a significant drop in starts as he falls into the backup role.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: No help in loss

    Johansson allowed four goals on 28 shots in Tuesday's 5-0 loss to the Blues.

    Johansson's strong start to the season is quickly slipping into memory, as he's allowed four or more goals in six straight appearances. He's gone 0-3-1 across his last four games, falling to 5-4-4 with a 3.47 GAA and an .896 save percentage over 13 starts this season. Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) practiced Monday, but he's still over two weeks away from returning, so Johansson should still get a majority of the playing time for the rest of November.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Wobbles continue

    Johansson made 28 saves in Saturday's 4-0 loss to Carolina.

    The Bolts are scuffling lately -- they've lost two straight and are 1-2-1 in their past four. After starting the season 4-1-2, Johansson has wobbled with a 1-2-2 record with 23 goals allowed in that span. He isn't the kind of goalie who can lift a slumping team, but he can backstop a strong team. Right now, you should consider other options in the blue paint until the Bolts start to right their ship. Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) may be a few weeks away from returning to game action.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Set to start Saturday

    Johansson is expected to guard the home crease against Carolina on Saturday, according to Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site.

    Johansson has struggled lately, posting a 4.77 GAA and an .858 save percentage over his last four contests. That brings him down to a 3.36 GAA and a .901 save percentage through 11 outings this year. Nevertheless, Tampa Bay is continuing to lean heavily on Johansson while Andrei Vasilevskiy remains out with a back injury. Carolina is tied for 14th offensively with 3.29 goals per game in 2023-24.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Hits rough patch

    Johansson made 24 saves in a 5-3 loss to Chicago on Thursday.

    He will go down in history as the goalie who was in net when Connor Bedard became the youngest player since 1944 to put up a four-point game. After two straight shutouts late in October, Johansson has gone 1-1-2 with 19 goals allowed. Andrei Vasilevskiy (back) has been practicing, but he isn't slated to return for at least a couple weeks. Johansson may need a bit of a recalibration in the short term to get his feet back under him.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Slated to start

    Per Chris Krenn of the Lightning's official site, Johansson was the first goalie off the ice at morning skate, putting him on track to defend the home goal against the Blackhawks on Thursday.

    Johansson struggled in his last start, surrendering six goals on 34 shots en route to a 6-5 loss to the Maple Leafs on Monday. He'll try to get back in the win column in a favorable home matchup with a Chicago squad that's averaging only 2.36 goals per game this season, 30th in the NHL.

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  • Lightning's Jonas Johansson: Can't hold back Maple Leafs

    Johansson stopped just 27 of 33 shots in a 6-5 overtime loss to Toronto on Monday.

    Tampa Bay supplied Johansson with a 4-1 lead in the first period, but he wasn't able to hold back the Maple Leafs' attack. The 28-year-old dropped to 5-1-4 with a 3.17 GAA and a .907 save percentage in 10 outings this year. Johansson earned back-to-back shutouts from Oct. 24-26, but since then, he's surrendered at least four goals in each of his last three appearances.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Gavle, Sweden
Age: 28
Experience: 4
Shoots: Left