Sutter, 34, entered his 15th professional season in 2021-22 after collecting four goals and nine assists for 13 points in 39 regular season games with Ontario last year. On April 16, he became the 14th player in league history to reach 900 games.
In 2018-19, Sutter scored the 21 best goals of his career and was voted to win the AHL’s Fred T Hunt Memorial Award as the best example of the qualities of sportsmanship, determination and dedication to the game of hockey.
A native of Viking, Alta, Sutter is one of nine members of his family who play in the National Hockey League, along with his father Daryl, five uncles and two cousins. Sutter was originally drafted by the Calgary Flames in 2005 and scored 168 goals and 237 assists for 405 points in 909 games during his AHL career in Ontario, Iowa, Charlotte, Abbotsford and Quad City. He is a seven-time AHL team captain (including the last four years with Reign), and was named the Western Conference team captain at the 2018 AHL All-Star Classic.
Sutter also scored two goals and assisted eight in 60 NHL games with Minnesota, Carolina and Calgary.
Doughty, 28, scored one goal in 12 games for Reign in 2020-21. In 101 AHL games with Ontario and Chicago, he scored seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points.
Johnson, 27, scored six goals and five assists for 11 points in 14 games for Ontario in 2020-21 after starting the season with Malmo of the Swedish Hockey League.
Johnson played 199 games in the AHL with Ontario and Wilkes Barr/Scranton, scoring 45 goals and 74 assists for 119 points. He also appeared in 13 National Hockey League games, scoring one goal and three assists with Pittsburgh.