Nope not that one. The Caps did however draft another Brent Johnson to help out the defense. This selection came from a trade. The Caps dealt their 75th pick to the New York Rangers for their 80th and 176th picks. The Caps used that 80th pick to draft Johnson.
The five foot 11, 161 pound blue liner was ranked 12th among North American defensemen by NHL Central Scouting. The Dallas native recorded 32 points with 11 goals and 21 assists in 47 games with Sioux Falls Stampede in the United States Hockey League (USHL) which ranked first among the Stampede in points among defensemen, fifth among USHL defensemen and second among USHL defensemen.
The 18 year old was named to the USHL’s All Rookie Team and the Second All Star Team this season. He is committed to the University of North Dakota next season following the footsteps of T.J. Oshie.
Joaquim Lemay recorded 10 assists in 15 games with the Salmon Arm Silverbacks in the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL). The 18 year old ranked second among Silverbacks defensemen in points and tied for second among all rookie BCHL defensemen in assists. The St. -Pierre-les-Becquets, Quebec, native is committed to the University of Omaha-Nebraska next season. He is listed at six foot one and 178 pounds.