Yeah, some prospects just never get much of an opportunity with certain organizations. Johnson was drafted to a Pens team that has become a perennial playoff team and it's very hard to crack the lineup. You combine that with the fact that he also took the college route to the NHL and it's not surprising he's a little older than some other prospects. He may not have huge upside, but he definitely isn't a prospect to write off yet. He just hasn't had the chance to show what he can do at the NHL level. Glad the Wild are going to give him that opportunity.