"He was in and out of the lineup in 2014-15, just trying to be an offensive guy, but this year he played [on a] top-four pair against other team's first line in a shutdown type role. He was very good defensively and he has the offensive ability. He can make the little dish pass and has good hands. He won't be as big as his brother but he's still young." - John Williams, NHL Central Scouting
Drafted 119th overall by Kelowna Rockets in the 2012 WHL Bantam Draft.
A member of the 2014-15 WHL Champion Rockets team.
Played in the 2015-16 CHL Top Prospects Game.
His older brother is Nashville Predators forward Ryan Johansen.
Lucas Johansen 'catching up' to brother
"We were pretty competitive and he's five years older than me so he definitely had possession of whatever we were doing most of the time. I was most likely to be on the defensive so that's probably why I picked up the position at a young age. I'll admit I didn't win too many battles then, but I'm catching up now." - Lucas Johansen