July 10, 2010 2:44 pm

Student, athlete

What do NHL players do during the summer? Well, lots of different things, but few are quite as ambitious as Jack Johnson, who is working toward his undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan. Johnson turned pro after his sophomore year but has since been taking classes every summer toward his degree, a program he is continuing this summer. The Ann Arbor News took a look at Johnson’s studies…

Former Michigan hockey defenseman Jack Johnson keeps his word, continues to pursue degree

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