Tampa Bay Lightning
Tampa Bay Lightning
Tyler Johnson
HEIGHT: 5' 8"
BIRTHDATE: 07/29/1990
AGE: 26
DRAFTED: undrafted
2014-15 SEASON: Played in 77 games with the Lightning, collecting 29 goals and 72 points to go along with 24 penalty minutes…Ranked tied for 1st (Stamkos) on the club for points and was 2nd for goals and assists…Ranked 3rd in the NHL with a +33 rating…Ranked tied for 1st with Steven Stamkos on the Lightning with 6 game-winning tallies…Finished the regular season with 5 points (3 goals, 2 assists) over his final 3 games…Recorded 2 point streaks of 7 games (10/14-28, 11 assists & 2/22-3/10, 3 goals, 6 assists), setting a new career-best…Set career highs for goals (29), assists (43) and points (72)…Recorded a career-best 4 assist/point game on 10/28 vs. ARI…Scored his 2nd career hat trick on 12/23 vs. PIT…Named to the NHL All-Star Game on 1/10 but missed with a lower body injury…Tallied 16 multi-point games during the season…Scored his 1st career overtime winning goal on 3/10 at MTL...Missed 3 games from 3/30-4/2 with an upper body injury…2015 Playoffs: Appeared in 26 playoff games with the Bolts, tallying 13 goals and 23 points to go along with 24 penalty minutes…Paced the NHL for goals with 13 and ranked tied for 1st with Chicago’s Patrick Kane with 23 points…Led the NHL with 4 game-winning tallies…Set a new Lightning record for most postseason goals with 13 in a single year…Became the 1st Bolt to record a playoff hat trick in Game 2 of the ECF against New York…Recorded 9 points (4 goals, 5 assists) during the ECF.

2013-14 SEASON:
Skated in 82 games with the Lightning, posting 24 goals and 50 points to go along with 26 penalty minutes…Was 1 of 3 Lightning skaters to play in all 82 games…Ranked 3rd among rookies for points and 1st (tie-MacKinnon) for goals with 24…Ranked 1st among all NHL rookies for TOI (18:47) and face-offs taken 1,275…Named to the NHL All-Rookie Team…Ranked tied for 1st among all NHL skaters with 5 shorthanded tallies (Brad Marchand)…Became only the 2nd rookie in NHL history to record 5 power-play and 5 shorthanded goals in a season (Dennis Maruk – 1975-76)…Set a new Lightning rookie record for most goals in a season on Apr. 10 vs. PHI, surpassing Steven Stamkos’ (2008-09)… Became the 3rd rookie in Lightning franchise history to record a 20-goal season…Scored his 1st career NHL hat trick on Jan. 25 vs. COL, becoming the 2nd Lightning rookie to score 3 goals in a game (Stamkos: Feb. 17, 2009)…Recorded 2 5-game point streaks during the season (Jan. 16-25 & March 4-13)…Skated in 4 playoff games, posting 1 goal and 2 points…Made his Stanley Cup playoffs debut in Game 1 versus Montreal on April 16, recording an assist…Scored his 1st career postseason goal in Game 4 at Montreal…2012-13: Skated in 14 games for the Lightning, registering 3 goals and 6 points…Played in his 1st NHL game on 3/14 vs. NYI…Recorded 2 multi-point games with his 1st coming on 3/16 vs. CAR…Scored his 1st goal on 3/16 vs. CAR…Skated in a career-high 16:53 TOI vs. FLA on 4/2…Skated in 62 games with Syracuse, scoring a league-leading 37 goals and totaling 65 points…Ranked 1st on Syracuse in power play goals with 12…Awarded the Les Cunningham Award as the AHL’s Most Valuable Player…Named to the AHL’s First All-Star Team…Named to the 2013 Dunkin’ Donuts AHL All-Star Classic…2011-12: Played 1st professional season with the Admirals, skating in 75 games and recording 31 goals and 68 points…Ranked 2nd on the Admirals in goals and 3rd in points…Ranked 2nd in the AHL in rookie scoring in points and 3rd in goals…Named AHL Player of the Month in March after recording 11 goals, 11 points and a plus-13 rating…Held a nine-game goal scoring streak from 3/3 through 3/24…Skated in 14 Calder Cup playoff games, registering six goals and 14 points…Won the Calder Cup with Norfolk…Junior Career: Has skated in a total of 266 WHL games, all with the Spokane Chiefs, registering 128 goals, 154 assists and 282 points…Had his best season in 2010-11, scoring a league-leading 53 goals in a WHL career-high 71 games…Also recorded 62 assists which ranked 5th among all WHL skaters and 115 points which were 2nd among all WHL players…Ranked 7th in the WHL with 17 power-play goals…Was 2nd among all WHL skaters with 38 power-play assists…Was tied for 2nd in the league with 6 shorthanded goals and was 14th with 7 game-winning tallies…Appeared in 14 postseason games, recording 7 goals and 14 points…His goal and point totals ranked 2nd on the club in the playoffs…Led the team with 1 shorthanded tally in the postseason…In 2009-10, amassed 36 goals and 71 points in 64 games…Ranked 2nd on the team in goals and was 3rd in points…Also ranked 3rd on the team with 35 assists and was 2nd on the club with 11 power-play goals…Was 1 of 3 Chiefs players to average over a point per game that season…Also appeared in 7 postseason games with Spokane, registering 8 points which ranked 3rd on the team…Tied for the team lead with 5 assists in the playoffs and tied for 2nd on the club with 1 power-play goal…In 2008-09, recorded 26 goals, 35 assists and 61 points in 62 games…Ranked 3rd on the team in goals and in points…Finished 6th on the club with a plus-26 rating…Tied for 2nd on the team with 8 power-play goals…Also had 8 points in 12 postseason games, good for 4th on the team…Tied for the team lead with 2 power-play goals…In 2007-08, made his major junior debut, appearing in 69 games with the Chiefs…Had 13 goals and 25 points…Was 9th on Spokane in points.