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Ryan Walter played more than 1,000 games over 15 seasons in the NHL. Drafted second overall by the Washington Capitals in 1978, Walter became the youngest NHL captain in his second of four seasons. He went on to play nine seasons with the Montreal Canadiens, winning a Stanley cup in 1986. Walter finished his NHL career by playing two seasons with his hometown Vancouver Canucks. Mike Johnston began his head coaching career at Carmrose Lutheran College in 1982. Johnston guided Canada to two World Junior Championships as an assistant coach and won three Spengler Cup gold medals as Coach of the Team Canada Selects. He served in various capacities with Canada's National Team from 1994 - 1999.