Johansson played only one shift for 50 seconds to start the third period.
“I didn’t play good, and I didn’t expect to play much more than that,” Johansson said. “The guys that play good [are] the guys that should play.”
“We’ll see,” Oates said. “We’re talking about it.”
Forward Brooks Laich (groin) did not skate with teammates Wednesday, as Oates had said earlier in the week was a possibility. “We’re just being very cautious with it,” Oates said. Defenseman Jack Hillen, who suffered an apparent shoulder injury Saturday night, skated briefly, which was somewhat surprising. Hillen is on injured reserve and listed as week-to-week.
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