Sometimes it pays to be patient.
Johansson played for New Jersey and Boston last season, finishing with 13 goals and 17 assists in 58 games. His 11 points in 22 games were the best of his post-season career as the Bruins fell one win short of hoisting the Stanley Cup. During the seven-game series against the St. Louis Blues, Johansson averaged more than 15 minutes of ice time per game. But he shined the most in the Bruins' Stanley Cup run. If all goes according to plan, Johansson would help bridge the gap for the Sabres until either Casey Mittelstadt and/or Dylan Cozens is ready to take on a top-six role.
The Bruins don't have much salary cap space for anything beyond their restricted free agents at this point, so it wasn't a big shock that they weren't able to retain the services of third-line winger Marcus Johansson.
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Buffalo confirmed the signing shortly after reports surfaced.
PuckPedia.com, which was among the first websites to report the Johansson signing, also noted that the deal includes a 10-team "no-trade" list, the Sabres therefore eligible to move him to 20 other National Hockey League teams if they find the fit not to their liking.