|BIRTHPLACE:||Toronto, ON, CAN|
|DRAFTED:||HFD: 1993-188 overall|
Turned away 24 of 26 shots in a 5-2 win on Jan. 15 vs. Colorado.
Stopped 18 of 22 shots in a 6-4 win on Jan. 9 at Vancouver.
Turned away 20 of 22 shots in a 5-2 win on Jan. 3 vs. Columbus.
Turned away 24 of 26 shots in a 3-2 shootout win on Dec. 27 vs. San Jose.
Returned to the line-up on Dec. 20 vs. Minnesota after not dressing in the previous four games due to injury and turned away 24 of 26 shots in a 4-2 victory.
Turned away 18 of 21 shots in a 6-3 win on Dec. 8 vs. Nashville.
Stopped 23 of 26 shots in a 4-3 win on Dec. 6 vs. Phoenix.
|2005-06: Posted a 37-8-0 record with Detroit, ranking third in the NHL with a 2.19 goals against average Ranked fifth in the NHL with 37 wins and was tied for second with seven shutouts Posted career highs in games played (51), wins (37) and shutouts (7) Playoffs: Skated in six postseason games, posting a 2-4 record along with a 2.65 goals against average.
CAREER: 2004-05: Appeared in two games with Voskresensk of the Russian League.
2003-04: Posted career highs in games played (41) and shutouts (3) Collected the best goals against average (2.12), save percentage (.925) and wins (23) among Detroit goaltenders Playoffs: Started the first four of the Red Wings playoff games.
2002-03: Appeared in 25 games, playing in his 100th NHL game on March 9 at Anaheim Finished among the top five goaltenders in save percentage (.925). 2001-02: Played in 20 games with Detroit, posting a 10-6-2 record Made his NHL postseason debut in a relief effort on May 7, 2002. 2000-01: Played in 39 games with Detroit posting a career-high 24 wins Notched his first career shut-out on Oct. 12, 2000 at Chicago. 1999-2000:
Played in four games with Detroit, posting victories in all four matches Spent the majority of the season with Manitoba of the IHL, collecting a 17-18-5 record. 1998-99: Appeared in 17 matches with the Los Angeles Kings, posting a 2-9-2 record along with a 2.60 goals against average Spent the majority of the season with Long Beach of the IHL, notching a 22-8-1 record along with a 2.24 goals against average. 1997-98: Spent the majority of the season with Las Vegas of the IHL, collecting a 18-16-4 mark Played in six games with Springfield of the AHL, posting a 4-2-0 record. 1996-97: Spent the majority of the season with Springfield, appearing in 36 games, notching a 17-14-5 mark along with a 3.03 goals against average Played in three games with Richmond of the ECHL. 1995-96: Was named to the AHL First All-Star Team while winning the Harry "Hap" Holmes Memorial Award for the fewest goalst against in the AHL, (shared with Scott Langkow) Was also awarded the Aldege "Baz" Bastien Memorial Award as the Most Outstanding Goaltender in the AHL Played in 37 matches for Springfield of the AHL, notching a 20-12-4 record along with a 2.27 goals against average. 1994-95: Appeared in 39 matches for Springfield of the AHL, recording a 12-17-6 record along with a 3.54 goals against average. 1993-94: Appeared in 16 matches with the Canadian National Team, posting a 8-6-0 record, along with a 2.51 goals against average. Junior Career: Spent three seasons with Niagara Falls of the OHL Was named to the OHL First All-Star Team in 1993.
BACKGROUND: Enjoys riding his Harley Davidson Spokesman for the Judson Center, a facility that exists to meet the special needs of children who are otherwise living a legacy of abuse and neglect.
TRANSACTIONS: August 8, 2006 - Signed as a free agent by St. Louis December 20, 2004 - Signed as a free agent by Voskresensk October 13, 1999 - Claimed on waivers by Detroit from Vancouver September 30, 1999 - Claimed on waivers by Vancouver from Detroit August 9, 1999 - Signed as a free agent by Detroit July 31, 1998 - Traded to Los Angeles by Carolina for future considerations June 25, 1997- Rights transferred to Carolina after Hartford franchise relocated June 26, 1993 - Hartford's fifth selection, 188th overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.