Former UND goaltender Cam Johnson thrilled with dream job
Well after the North Dakota hockey team finished up their season in March, go-to goaltender Cam Johnson found himself as a free agent.
And it was just a matter of what team would decide to pick up the Troy, Michigan native.
Johnson found himself signing a one-year entry level contract with the New Jersey Devils on March 24th.
While at UND, he had a 56-26-12 record in 102 career games.
Johnson also found himself with 12 shutouts and currently is North Dakota's all-time leader in career goals-against average.
For the last month, he played with the Binghamton Devils, where it officially set in that Cam Johnson had gotten his dream job.