OAKLAND – The former captain of the Nashville hatchery, Predators, Greg Johnson has committed suicide. According to the police report, which was revoked by the Detroit News magazine. A former 40-year-old NHL attacker died last week.
According to the report, on Sunday, July 7, his wife found him around 10:00. Next to the body there was a gun, a letter of goodbye did not find it, the AP agency reported. Johnson left two children besides his wife.
Johnson is the first in the historical score of the University of Dakota, scoring 74 goals in 155 games and winning 272 points. In 1989, Philadelphia chose it, but never played for Flyers. Johnson spent twelve seasons in the profile, with T-shirts in Detroit, Pittsburgh and Chicago, with 145 goals in 785 matches and 224 assists. He debuted on October 1993 for Red Wings and scored a goal in the first game.
He spent the last seven seasons of his career in Nashville and became the third captain of the club's history. He played this role in the seasons 2002-2004 and 2005/06. Previously, this honor was given to Tom Fitzgerald and Bill Houlder. In 2006, he was still testing in a Detroit training camp that invited him to an essay, but his heart problems betrayed him. Then he finished his career.
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