|6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
203 lb (92 kg)
|VIK VÃ¤sterÃ¥s HK
Grand Rapids Griffins (AHL)
Hershey Bears (AHL)
Portland Pirates (AHL)
South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
Washington Capitals (NHL)
Kamloops Blazers (WHL)
|Born||March 18 1984
|NHL Draft||28th overall, 2002
|Pro Career||2001 â€“ present|
Jonas Johansson (born March 18, 1984, in JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping, Sweden) is a Swedish professional ice hockey player who is currently playing for VIK VÃ¤sterÃ¥s HK in the Swedish second-tier league HockeyAllsvenskan.
Johansson was drafted in the 1st round, 28th overall, by the Colorado Avalanche in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft. He was traded on October 23, 2003, to Washington Capitals with Bates Battaglia for Steve Konowalchuk and the Capitals' 3rd round choice in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.
Johansson started his hockey career with the Swedish JÃ¶nkÃ¶ping-based club HV71's junior team in 1999 and played with them for three season before moving to the United States. In total he played 26 games, totalling 15 goals and 19 assists for 34 points in the Swedish junior league. In season 2001â€“02 of the Swedish elite league Elitserien he appeard in five regular games and two playoff games for HV71.
During season 2005â€“06 playing for Hershey Bears, Johansson scored three points in one game on January 6, 2006, against Bridgeport Sound Tigers. After two seasons plying with the Bears, Johnsson was loaned to Grand Rapids Griffins on February 27, 2007. In early May 2007, after playing ice hockey for five seasons in North America, he signed a two-year deal with his former Swedish club HV71 in the Swedish elite league Elitserien.
|2004â€“05||South Carolina Stingrays||ECHL||5||4||2||6||10||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”|
|2005â€“06||South Carolina Stingrays||ECHL||5||5||3||8||2||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”|
|2006â€“07||Grand Rapids Griffins||AHL||12||3||2||5||10||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”||â€”|
Johansson has played for Sweden in the following competitions:
|Junior int'l totals||8||5||1||6||18|
|Colorado Avalanche first round draft pick
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