|Born|| February 25, 1915,|
|Died|| October 12, 1956,|
|Playing Career||1934 – 1954|
Arne Hjalmar Sigvard Johansson (February 25, 1915 - October 12, 1956) was a Swedish goaltender. He was a long-time member of the Swedish National Team, playing for them at four World Championships (1947-1951) and at the 1948 Winter Olympics. He was also the backup goalie at the 1939 WC.
Johansson spent his entire 20-year club career with Södertälje SK. He was voted as the best Swedish goaltender of all-time by a panel of prominent journalists in 1956.