Jim Johnson: New Assistant Coach, Woods out
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12-01-2011, 03:40 PM
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Johnson was a steady defensive defenseman. He could fight when needed, hit, and keep the crease cleared. He wasn't much for offense which isn't important. He kept it really simple and sacrificed the body. He was never really a top 4, but he did his job. A step above Erskine in his day. I'm looking forward to how he handles the Defense.
That's how I remember him from my youth. I would say he was a 5/6 back in the day. Faster than Erskine, not as tough...
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