Goal Oriented: Ryan Johansen
Ryan Johansen scored a lot of goals this season - 35 of them to be exact (regular season plus playoffs). Because the scoresheet doesn't tell the entire story - and because pictures are way more fun - we've broken it down in visual/video form.
The chart above is essentially a "heat map," showing the locations of each Johansen goal scored during the regular season and playoffs. Be sure to click any of the logos above to re-live that particular goal.
Johansen registered a total of 237 shots during the regular season with a shooting percentage of 13.9, meaning that for every 33 shots he took, one attempt found the back of the net. Amongst players with at least 200 shots, Johansen’s shooting percentage ranked 12th in the league in 2013-14.
Looking at the chart, you'll see plenty of goals from the face-off circles, which became a popular spot for Johansen when on the attack. There are also a few down in front of the net, high in the zone, and an empty-netter from just shy of the red line.
Here is a further breakdown of the numbers:
Total goals (including playoffs): 35
Power play goals: 7
Goals from left circle: 12
Goals from slot area: 8
Goals from right circle: 13
Goals from the blue line: 1
Goals from beyond the blue line: 1
Empty netters: 3
Number of different teams scored against: 22
Johansen did not score a goal against: Buffalo, Calgary, Dallas, Minnesota, Nashville, New Jersey, Winnipeg
Most goals against one team: 3 (Toronto, Pittsburgh and Washington)