1999 Jim JJ Johnston 472

could almost be known for his junior lacrosse career in Peterborough, Rookie of the Year 1971, scoring leader in O7' going onto '85 goals, 1'th of all-time while leading the P.C.O.¹s to Minto Cups in 197', O7' and O74. He joined the Long Island Tomahawks of the Professional National Lacrosse League in 1975 where his 166 points earned him another Rookie-of-the-Year award and a spot on the First All-Star team. 1976 found him in New Westminster where his 87 points helped the Salmonbellies to a Mann Cup victory, then it was home to Peterborough for the rest of his outstanding career. His final tally of 108' total regular season points placed him 11th over all, 4'9 playoff points 4th over all, and his combined total of 15'' points 8th of all time. In Mann Cup play his 107 total points places him 'rd over all and helped win three Mann Cups for Peterborough in addition to his 1976 New Westminster Cup.