I've always been fascinated by Badger Bob Johnson, a man who tragically passed away from cancer not long after leading the Penguins to their first Stanley Cup in 1991. It seemed this man was beloved by everyone as I've only ever heard positive and kind things said about him. He's also revered for his time with the Wisconsin Badgers and he had some success as the head coach of the Flames as well, leading them to their first Stanley Cup final in 1986. I think he had a stint as coach of the U.S. National Team as well? What made him so beloved and respected by his peers, his players and the league itself? I was too young to remember him and I'd like to learn more about a man who was taken away so suddenly and so tragically, but had such an undeniable impact on those who knew him.