|Major:||Pre-Investments, Social Sci.|
- Cam Johnson Career Statistics
Career: Leads all active Division I men’s goaltenders in career goals against average (1.74) and career winning percentage (.833) and is tied for second with a .931 career save percentage ... All three would be school records but he needs four more appearances to reach the requisite 40 career games for inclusion in UND's career record books.
2015-16 (Sophomore): Earned AHCA All-America West Second Team honors … One of five national finalists for the 2016 Mike Richter Award ... Named to U.S. College Hockey Online’s All-USCHO Second Team … Earned NCAA Frozen Four All-Tournament Team honors … All-NCHC Second Team honoree ... Named to his second straight NCHC Academic All-Conference Team ... Finalist for NCHC Goaltender of the Year ... Earned six NCHC Goaltender of the Week awards, more than any other goalie in the conference ... Named both Hockey Commissioners Association (HCA) National Player of the Month and NCHC Player of the Month for December ... Posted a school-record .933 save percentage … Ranked second nationally with a 1.66 GAA that was the second-best in UND single-season history ... Led the nation in winning percentage (.833) ... His five shutouts tied for the NCHC lead and were tied for the fifth-most in UND single-season history ... Named to both the NCAA Frozen Four and NCAA West Region All-Tournament Teams … Stopped 53 of 56 shots at the NCAA Frozen Four, including a 33-save performance in UND’s 5-1 win over top-ranked Quinnipiac in the title game (April 9) … Was the West Region Most Outstanding Player after stopping 49 of 53 shots in two games ... Stopped 24 of 26 shots in the semifinal vs. No. 9 Northeastern and 25 of 27 shots in the championship game vs. No. 5 Michigan ... Became just the eighth different goalie in UND single-season history to win at least 24 games ... Led the NCHC in save percentage during conference games (.935) ... Put together four straight shutouts from Dec. 5 to Jan. 1 for a school-record shutout streak of 298 minutes, 25 seconds ... Gerald “Spike” Schultz set the previous record of 249:41 in Jan. 1954 ... Johnson’s streak is the second-longest in NCAA DI men’s hockey history ... Only Lake Superior State’s Blaine Lacher (375:01 in 1993-94) had a longer streak ... Johnson joined Lacher (5) and Schultz (4) as the only goalies in Division I men’s history to record four or more shutouts in a row ... Stopped a career-high 40 shots in a 3-0 shutout at Minnesota Duluth (Dec. 11) for UND’s first shutout of 40-plus saves since Jon Casey in Feb. 1984 against Colorado College ... Held opponents to two goals or fewer in 27 of 34 appearances and one goal or fewer in 21 of 34 ... Went unbeaten in his first 10 career decisions (9-0-1), UND’s longest streak to open a career since Jordan Parise began his career with an 11-game unbeaten streak in 2003-04 ... Put together seven performances of 30-plus saves ... Made 30 consecutive starts to close the season, the sixth-longest streak in UND history … Earned second letter.
2014-15 (Freshman): Named to NCHC Academic All-Conference Team … Appeared in two games as a freshman ... Made his collegiate debut in the season opener against Bemidji State (Oct. 10) in relief of Zane McIntyre ... Received his first collegiate start on Dec. 5 against Lake Superior State … Earned first collegiate letter.
Before UND: Split the 2013-14 season between the Fargo Force and the Waterloo Blackhawks of the United States Hockey League (USHL) … Was traded to Waterloo mid-season and went 11-1-1 with a 1.86 and .939 save percentage … Made a combined 35 starts with Fargo and Waterloo and went 13-15-4 with a 2.68 GAA and .920 save percentage … Spent the entire 2012-13 season with Fargo, going 14-8-6 in 28 appearances with a 3.07 GAA and a .909 save percentage … Appeared in eight playoff games that season and backstopped the Force to the USHL’s 2013 Clark Cup Finals … Went 4-3 in the playoffs with a 2.40 GAA and .931 save percentage … Won the Michigan state championship with the Little Caesar’s Under-18 program in 2011-12 ... A 2012 graduate of Troy High School.
Personal: Double major in pre-investments and social science … Son of Lori Johnson.