Columbus Blue Jackets
Columbus Blue Jackets
Jack Johnson
POSITION: Defenseman
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 01/13/1987
AGE: 28
BIRTHPLACE: Indianapolis, IN, USA
DRAFTED: CAR: 2005-3 overall
 2014-15 Highlights:
• Led the club in blocked shots and TOI/game and led club defensemen in assists and points, ranking ninth-T among NHL defensemen in power play points (21)
• Registered the third-most points in a season by a defenseman in club history and recorded 40+ points for the second time in his NHL career (2010-11)
• Posted his 200th career NHL point with an assist on Nov. 29 at Nashville
• Collected his 150th career NHL assist in his 500th career NHL game on Oct. 31 vs. Toronto
• Nickname is “JJ”
• Began playing hockey at the age of five and idolized Chris Chelios growing up
• Winning the silver medal at the 2010 Olympics with Team USA is the most memorable moment of his hockey career

Career Highlights:
• Recorded 3-4-7 in six playoff games to lead the Jackets in postseason scoring in 2014
• Led the club in blocked shots (128) and TOI/game (24:40); finished second among defensemen in points (33), assists (28) and goals (5, tied) in 2013-14
• Led all Blue Jackets defensemen in power play points (8), shots (96), hits (66) and blocked shots (90) in 2012-13
• Skated in the 400th game of his NHL career on Apr. 9, 2013 vs. San Jose
• Broke his own Blue Jackets team record for TOI in a single game on Feb. 2 , 2013 vs. Detroit (34:59)
• Ranked second-T among NHL defensemen in game-winning goals (5), sixth-T in goals (12) and eighth-T in power play goals (5) in 2011-12, setting career highs in goals, PP goals, GW goals, shots (176) and time on ice (27:25)
• Recorded his 100th career NHL assist on second assist of game on Mar. 23, 2012 vs. Carolina
• Ranked third-T among NHL defensemen in power play assists (25) and fourth-T in power play points (28) in 2010-11
• Led the Kings in blocked shots (133), ranked second with a career-high 37 assists and time on ice (23:11) and was one of six players to play in all 82 games in 2010-11
• Recorded the 100th point of his NHL career on Apr. 9, 2011 vs. Anaheim
• Tied a Kings playoff record for a defenseman with 0-3-3 in Game 3 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals on Apr. 19, 2010 vs. Vancouver
• Ranked third among NHL rookies and third on Los Angeles in time on ice (21:41) and was second among NHL rookies in blocked shots (136) in 2007-08
• Was selected to play in the NHL YoungStars event as a part of 2008 All-Star Weekend