Duke Johnson has spent much of his professional career in and around the ice rink environment as a manager, technician, and hockey player. Prior to managing, he played professional hockey at the international level in the Netherlands for the Geleen Smoke Eaters, was a member of the O.S.U. Varsity Hockey Team and played for an Ontario, Canada college championship team. Duke had been assistant manager of the O.S.U Ice Rink since 1991 and was promoted to manager in 1995. Duke is the director of OSU's Holiday Hockey School. In his spare time he races Pro Antique Outboards and was 2011 Eastern Divisional Champion in C Race Hydro.
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