Ryan Johnson is a Canadian center on the Vancouver Canucks.
Johnson was drafted by Florida in 1994, and went on to play two years at the University of North Dakota. Johnson joined the Panthers for one game in 1999, and played his first full season the following year, when he was traded to Tampa Bay at the trade deadline. He was traded back to Florida in 2001. He then spent the next four years with the St. Louis Blues, becoming a solid defensive forward in the process. He signed with the Canucks in the 2008 offseason.
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