Jack Johnson is having a mind-blowing spring - - here and there the ice.

Colorado's veteran defenseman held up 16 years to at long last be playing in the Stanley Cup Final,

which the Avalanche lead 1-0 over Tampa Bay heading into Saturday's Game 2.

Simultaneously, Johnson understood another youth dream - 

- moving on from the University of Michigan with a degree in everyday examinations.

It was a long - - and fairly unexpected - - street to the two accomplishments.

Johnson was drawn toward training thinking he'd never make it in genius hockey.

Ends up, he would arrive at the apex of both individual and expert accomplishment simultaneously.

"What did it take me, 18 years [to finish]? A great many people are basically a specialist by then,"

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