Mark Johnson Whalers Career Highlights
|Mark Johnson plays his 1st Whalers game vs Montreal.
|Mark Johnson records his 1st Whalers points (two assists) vs Buffalo.
|Mark Johnson scores his 1st Whalers goal vs Edmonton.
|Mark Johnson faces the team coached by his father Bob Johnson vs Calgary. It's only the 2nd occurance in NHL history.
|Mark Johnson records his 100th NHL point on his 2nd of the night while recording 1 goal and 2 assits vs Los Angeles.
|Mark Johnson scores his 1st NHL hat trick vs the Islanders.
|Mark Johnson plays his 200th NHL game recording 2 assists vs Detroit.
|Mark Johnson is named team captain (5th NHL, 6th Franchise) replacing Russ Anderson. Richie Dunn is named assistant captain.
|Mark Johnson scores his 2nd NHL hat trick vs St. Louis.
|Mark Johnson records his 100th Whalers point a goal and assist vs Boston.
|Mark Johnson scores his 100th NHL assit on his 1st of 2 in game while adding a goal vs Buffalo.
|Mark Johnson is selected to represent the Whalers in the 1984 NHL All-Star game in New Jersey.
|Mark Johnson represents the Whalers recording 3 assists in the 1984 NHL All-Star game in New Jersey.
|Mark Johnson records his 1st NHL fighting major (against Doug Gilmour) vs St. Louis.
|Mark Johnson records his 200th NHL point (a goal) vs Montreal.
|Ron Franics is named team captain for the game vs Boston as Mark Johnson is scratched due to injury.
|Mark Johnson scores career high 35th goal of the season vs Edmonton.
|Mark Johnson records his career high 52nd assit and his team leading/carrer high 87th point of the season vs the Rangers.
|Mark Johnson play his 300th NHL game vs Boston.
|Mark Johnson scores his 100th NHL goal on his 2nd of the game while adding an assist vs Philadelphia.
|Mark Johnson scores his 3rd NHL hat trick while recording his 200th Whalers point vs Boston.
|Mark Johnson scores his 85th and final Whalers goal vs Boston.
|Mark Johnson records his 203rd and final Whalers point (an assist) vs Calgary.
|Mark Johnson play his 200th Whalers game vs Boston.
|Mark Johnson is injured in his 201st and final Whalers game vs the Rangers. He would be traded 3 weeks later.
|Mark Johnson is inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.