"The organization is run well," Johnson said. "The team lets guys have a chance to move up. We've seen a number of guys move up and play for the Islanders. That's good."
"I'm trying to help them any way I can, whether it's to score and put up points or be responsible defensively," he said. "I need to be able to be used in every situation in order to help. I think I've done that. They seem to like me. It's definitely a good fit."
Journal Inquirer: Ken House had a feature article on Gregg Johnson of the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.