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|1981 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 192 overall by Colorado Rockies
Height: 6-1 Weight: 170
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
Rochester, Minnesota (USA)
Hometown: Rochester, Minnesota
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
NCAA Championship: 1981 (Wisconsin)
World Junior Championships: 1981 (sixth place)
Miscellaneous: Not selected in 1980 NHL Entry Draft despite being
eligible. ... Played on line with Pete Johnson for Wisconsin in 1980-81.
| Debut: March 24, 1984 (Buffalo at New
Numbers: 14 (New Jersey)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Was property of Colorado organization when parent team
relocated to New Jersey on June 30, 1982. ... Signed with New Jersey for
balance of 1983-84 season after completing his NCAA eligibility at
University of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin (WCHA); Vienna (Austria)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
NCAA Division I All-Academic Team: 1983-84
Big Ten Medal of Honor (Senior Scholar-Athlete):
1983-84 (Wisconsin) (school-wide award won over all other UW varsity
Wis. Williamson Award (Scholar-Athlete):
Wisconsin Captain: 1983-84
Education: Majored in real estate
and urban land economics in University of Wisconsin's School of Business.
Competed in 1981 U.S. National Sports Festival. ... Scored final goal of
the game, shorthanded, during Wisconsin's 6-2 win over Harvard in NCAA title
game on March 26, 1983. ... Was first Wisconsin player named to NCAA
Academic All-America Team. He achieved the feat as a senior with a 3.6 GPA.
... Returned to Minnesota and went into the real estate business after his
retirement, eventually becoming senior vice president of Welsh Companies.
Full name is John J. Johannson. .... Son of former minor-leaguer and U.S.
Olympic hockey executive Ken Johannson. ... Older brother of former
minor-leaguer and U.S. Olympian Jim Johannson.
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