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Tyler Johnson On First Full NHL Season

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Tyler Johnson took some time to talk about his first NHL season with SWX. (Photo: CBC.ca) Tyler Johnson took some time to talk about his first NHL season with SWX. (Photo: CBC.ca)
SPOKANE, Wash. -- Former Spokane Chief star Tyler Johnson talks about his first full NHL season with the Tampa Bay Lightning with SWX's Sam Adams. 

Johnson finished with 50 points, scoring 24 goals and adding 26 assists, for the Lightning. For his performance throughout the season Johnson was named a Calder Trophy (NHL Rookie of the Year) Finalist. Nathan MacKinnon of the Colorado Avalanche and Johnson's Tampa Bay teammate Ondrej Palat are also finalist, with the winner being announced on June 24th. \


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Johnson will be participating with former NHL players like Wayne Gretzky and Brett Hull in a game and skills camps at Hockey Fest at Frontier Ice Arena in July! Click here for more information on Hockey Fest:  bit.ly/1niFjZP


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