Brent Johnson doesn't believe his playing days are over, as he continues to work out on the ice during the lockout, but he is interested in becoming a goalie coach and teaching others.
"I've kind of been floating the idea of maybe doing a couple of hockey schools here in the area, specifically for goalies," he said. "If anyone from the team wanted to jump on board [and broaden the school's focus], that would be great, while we're all sitting here waiting. If [the season is canceled] or if I don't get a job, I kind of want to put my foot in the door with that kind of thing, just see how I am." He will be looking to get an NHL contract once the lockout is over. Wed, Oct 31, 2012 11:43:00 AM