Columbus Blue Jackets
Columbus Blue Jackets
Ryan Johansen
HEIGHT: 6' 3"
BIRTHDATE: 07/31/1992
AGE: 23
DRAFTED: CBJ: 2010-4 overall

2014-15 Highlights:
• Set career highs in assists, points and time on ice, while leading the club in assists and face-off wins (851), ranking second in points and third in goals, mult-point games (15) and shots on goal (202)
• Was one of two Blue Jackets (David Savard) to play in all 82 games and has played in 194 consecutive games dating back to Feb. 24, 2013
• Became the fourth player in Jackets history to score 70+ points in a season, joining Nick Foligno (2014-15), Rick Nash (2008-09) and Ray Whitney (2002-03)
• Registered 8-8-16 during a franchise-record and NHL season-best 13-game point streak from Dec. 18-Jan. 17
• Posted a 10-game point streak (5-8-13, Oct. 9-31) and nine-game point streak (4-8-12, Mar. 15-Apr. 2)
• Named the NHL All-Star Game MVP after collecting 2-2-4 on Jan. 25 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus
• Set career highs for points and assists with 0-4-4 on Nov. 14 at Philadelphia
• Skated in his 200th career NHL game on Nov. 1 at New Jersey
• Notched his 100th career NHL point on first of two goals on Oct. 14 vs. Dallas

• Nickname is “Joe” or “Joey”
• Began playing hockey at the age of three and idolized Joe Thornton growing up
• Enjoys golfing and his favorite athlete is Jason Day

Career Highlights:
• Recorded 2-4-6 in six playoff games, finishing second on Columbus in scoring and first-T among forwards in 2014
• Led Columbus in goals (33), points (63), multi-point games (16), shots on goal (237) and face-off wins (692) in 2013-14
• Became the third player in Jackets history to score 30+ goals in a season (Rick Nash, Geoff Sanderson) and the ninth to tally 60+ points
• Was the youngest player in the NHL with 30+ goals in 2013-14
• Led Columbus in face-off wins (272) in 2012-13
• Skated in his 100th career NHL game on Apr. 12, 2013 vs. St. Louis
• Tallied his first career NHL shootout goal on Mar. 10, 2013 at Detroit
• Played his first professional season with Columbus and ranked fourth-T among NHL rookies and was second-T on the club in game-winning goals (3) in 2011-12
• His first NHL goal was the game-winner (also had an assist) on Oct. 25, 2011 vs. Detroit (Ty Conklin)
• Was the first player to score his club’s first three game-winners in a season in 2011-12 since Philadelphia’s Brian Propp in 1982-83