Future Watch: Andreas Johnsson Rookie Hockey Cards, Maple Leafs

Future Watch: Andreas Johnsson Rookie Hockey Cards, Maple Leafs

Andreas Johnsson was drafted in the 7th round by the Toronto Future Watch: Andreas Johnsson Rookie Hockey Cards, Maple LeafsMaple Leafs in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. To say he’s been a resounding success story might be understating it a bit.

Many got a first good look at him in the 2013-14 U20 World Junior Championship. In seven games he had three goals and three assists. He won a Silver Medal there and when his season in the SHL ended, he won the Rookie of the Year award there with 15 goals and nine assists in a league against men.

His next two seasons in Frolunda were very successful. He had 22 goals in 2014-15 and 19 goals and 44 points in 52 games the following season. His team was SHL champions. After that, he came to North America and played in a few AHL playoff games for the Marlies.

On To The AHL

In 2016-17, he played a full season with the Marlies. He scored 20 goals and had 47 points in 75 regular season games. Johnsson also notched six goals in 11 playoff games. He was getting closer to the NHL.

In 2017-18 he started the season with the Marlies. He got a quick call-up to Toronto in March of that season. In nine games he had three points, but the spark was there. He went on to have a great AHL season with 26 goals and 54 points in 54 games. His team made it to the Calder Cup, and he shined brightly. He had 10 goals and 24 points in 16 games. The Marlies won it all and he was a champion once again. He had the most assists and points in the playoffs and earned the MVP award as a result.

Collectors can find Young Guns rookie cards of him in 2018-19 Upper Deck Series 2 Hockey. He’s in Trilogy and SP Game-Used as well.

Here’s a first-period hat trick he had this year:

He’s having a really good rookie season. Don’t miss out on collecting this developing player.

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Future Watch: Andreas Johnsson Rookie Hockey Cards, Maple Leafs – Stats

NHL Standard career statistics
Scor Scor Scor Goal Goal Goal Goal Assi Assi Assi Shot Shot Shot Ice Ice
Season Age Tm GP G A PTS +/- PIM EV PP SH GW EV PP SH S S% TSA TOI ATOI FOW FOL FO% BLK HIT TK GV Awards
2017-18 23 TOR 9 2 1 3 -2 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 19 10.5 27 105 11:42 2 4 33.3 5 5 4 5
2018-19 24 TOR 55 17 17 34 22 24 15 2 0 2 14 3 0 93 18.3 155 713 12:58 7 11 38.9 24 44 17 12
Career 2 yrs 64 19 18 37 20 24 17 2 0 2 14 4 0 112 17.0 182 818 12:47 9 15 37.5 29 49 21 17
Provided by Hockey-Reference.com: View Original Table
Generated 2/26/2019.

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