No cause of death was given.
Johnson later called his time in Nashville the "best years of my life" in an interview with the Nashville Post.
Johnson was chosen 33rd overall in the second round of the 1989 National Hockey League draft by the Philadelphia Flyers before playing his first of four seasons with the North Dakota Fighting Sioux from 1989 to 1993.
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In his four years at North Dakota, Johnson led the Fighting Sioux in scoring in three straight seasons. In 1991, Johnson played alongside the likes of Eric Lindros, Kris Draper and Scott Niedermayer as Canada claimed gold at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Saskatchewan. He also represented Canada at the 1994 Winter Olympics. He played 4 years with the Red wings, following that up with 2 years with the Penguins, 1 year with the Blackhawks, and finishing his career with 7 years with the Predators.
He played 785 games over 12 seasons, collecting 145 goals and 224 assists. Johnson was the 23rd pick of the 1998 Expansion Draft, and became the second captain in Predators history and went on to score a career-high 50 points (16 goals, 34 assists) in his first season in Nashville. The Predators also advanced to the post-season in Johnson's final campaign in 2005-06.
Johnson is survived by his wife and two children.
"... In my heart, I'm a Predator and a big Predators fan".