Former UAF goaltender Chad Johnson bagged another win for the Boston Bruins today in the last day of NHL play before the Olympic break.
Johnson stopped 26 shots in a 7-2 home-ice win over Ottawa to improve to 11-3-0 with a 2.13 goals-against average and .924 save percentage.
Today's victory marks Johnson's fifth straight win.
Johnson this season has already played more than 900 minutes, not bad for a guy who hadn't even played 600 minutes in his NHL career before this season, when he became Tuukka Rask's back-up.
Johnson's previous NHL gigs were with Phoenix and the New York Rangers.