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Thomas Christian Johnson (b. February 18th 1928 in Baldur, Manitoba, Canada - d. November 21st 2007 in Falmouth, Massachusetts, United-States) is a former professional defenceman who played for the Montreal Canadiens and the Boston Bruins in the National Hockey League.

The James Norris Memorial Trophy winner of 1959 spent 16 seasons in the NHL, winning six times the Stanley Cup with Montreal and one more as a coach with the Bruins. He was inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1970.

Johnson died of heart failure in his home of Falmouth, Massachusetts at the age of 79.

Boston Bruins head coaches
Ross | F. Patrick | Weiland | Clapper | Boucher | L. Patrick | Schmidt | Watson | Schmidt | Sinden | Johnson | Guidolin | Cherry | Creighton | Sinden | Cheevers | Sinden |Goring | O'Reilly | Milbury | Bowness | Sutter | Kasper | Burns | Keenan | Ftorek | O'Connell | Sullivan | Lewis | Julien
An asterisk (*) denotes interim coach



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