Career: Represented the United States at the 2004, 2005 and 2011 IIHF World Championships… Won Gold in 2004 and was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Goaltender... Spent 3 seasons at the University of New Hampshire (1998-2001), setting school records for wins (57), GAA (2.17), SV% (.915) and games played (93)… Co-winner of the Hockey East Player of the Year award in 2000
2011-12: Recalled by DET on 3/21 after appearing in 12 games for Grand Rapids (8-4-0, 2.40 GAA, .915 SV%)... Assigned to the Griffins (AHL) on 2/21... Appeared in 15 games for DET, going 5-6-1 with a 3.28 G.A.A. and an .884 SV%
2010-11: Finished with an 8-8-4 record, 3.22 GAA and .881 SV% with STL... Posted 2 shutouts (27 saves on 11/7 at NYR and 25 saves on 2/18 at BUF)… Made a season-high 37 saves in a win on 12/21 at ATL… Played in his 200th career game on 4/11 at CHI… Earned his first home win as a Blue on 11/19 vs. OTT… Won a season-high 3 straight starts on 12/16 vs. LAK, 12/21 at ATL and 12/28 vs CHI
2007-08 SEASON NOTES:
* Ended the regular season ranking second in the League lead with a .923 save
percentage and has a record of 18-8-5.
* Made a career high 50 saves Feb. 26th in a 4-2 victory over the NY Islanders.
* Won eight consecutive games in net from Dec. 20th through Jan. 10th and had a
SV% of .946 and GAA of 1.82 in 14 games played (10-1-2) with two shutouts
* Won the Winter Classic in a shootout on Jan. 1 vs. Buffalo, stopping 36 shots in
regulation and overtime and two of three attempts during the shootout.
* Posted first shutout as a Penguin Dec. 29 vs. Buffalo (1-0).
* Recalled by the Penguins on an emergency basis on Dec. 6. (Fleury injury)br>
Saves: 50 (02/26 @ NYI)br>