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Jack Johnson
NUMBER: 7 BIRTHDATE: January 13, 1987  (AGE 27)
HEIGHT: 6' 1" BIRTHPLACE: Indianapolis, IN, United States
WEIGHT: 238 DRAFTED: CAR / 2005 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (3rd overall)

Career: Member of Team USA at the IIHF World Championships in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 (Team Captain), World Jr. Championships in 2007 (Bronze) & 2006, World U18 Championships in 2005 (Gold) & '04 (Silver) and the 2010 Winter Olympics (Silver), totaling 16G-16A-32P in 69 career int'l appearances...  Spent 2 seasons (2005-07) at the University of Michigan (74GP-26G-45A-71P-236PIM)… Named CCHA 1st Team All-Star and conference’s Best Offensive D in 2007.

2013-14:  Led all CBJ D with 4 PPG... Led CBJ in blocked shots (128) and TOI/game (24:40)... Finished 2nd among CBJ D in points (33), assists (28), goals (5-T)... Matched career-high with 3A and registered 30th career multipoint game on 3/1 vs. FLA.

2012-13: Finished 5th in the NHL in TOI/game (25:58)... Led all CBJ D in PPP (8), SOG (96), hits (66) and blocked shots (90)... Broke his own CBJ record for TOI in a regulation game on 2/2 vs. DET (34:59).

Personal: Nickname: ‘JJ’… Favorite defenseman growing up was Chris Chelios.

CCHA All-Rookie Team (2006) CCHA First All-Star Team (2007) NCAA West First All-American Team (2007) Traded to Los Angeles by Carolina with Oleg Tverdovsky for Eric Belanger and Tim Gleason, September 29, 2006. Traded to Columbus by Los Angeles with Los Angeles' 1st round choice (Marko Dano) in 2013 Entry Draft for Jeff Carter, February 23, 2012.
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Not only is it a great idea, but if you don't [start using analytics] you're going to fall behind. You have to be on the cutting edge. It was [Arizona Coyotes assistant general manager] Darcy Regier who said, 'If you didn't invent it, you have to be the second- or third-best copier, because if you're fourth or fifth you've got no chance.'

— Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock on his interest in advanced statistical analysis