|NUMBER:||35||BIRTHDATE:||May 16, 1977|
|HEIGHT:||6' 1"||BIRTHPLACE:||Montreal, QC, Canada|
|WEIGHT:||202||DRAFTED:||HFD / 1995 NHL Entry Draft|
|Catches:||Left||ROUND:||1st (13th overall)|
|Conn Smythe Trophy||2002-2003|
- Sixth trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
- Backstopped the Anaheim Ducks to the 2007 Stanley Cup championship.
- Won the 2003 Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after leading Anaheim to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
- Was the fifth player in league history to win the Conn Smythe on a losing team.
- Is tied for 31st all-time in playoff wins (33).
- Has a .925 career postseason save percentage, the sixth-highest in Stanley Cup Playoff history.
- Owns a 12-1 career record in playoff overtime games.
2013-14 REGULAR SEASON
- Appeared in 22 games (19 starts) in his 16th NHL season, posting an 11-6-1 record with a 2.62 GAA, .913 Sv% and two shutouts.
- Shared the team lead in shutouts.
- Finished the season ranked 44th on the NHL's all-time list in wins (262) and 43rd in games (597).
- Is tied with Tom Barrasso and Sean Burke for 37th all-time in shutouts (38).
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