"I'm here to teach you the proper fundamental approach and the techniques that will allow you to maximize your goaltending talent and ability."
Played for six NHL teams, including the Minnesota Wild, Edmonton Oilers, and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Taught goalie school with Minnesota Wild goaltending coach, Bob Mason, in his hometown of Simcoe, Ontario.
Appeared in the Stanley Cup Finals for the Buffalo Sabres in 1999, and the Edmonton Oilers in 2006.
Represented the Minnesota Wild in the 2004 NHL All-Star Game.
Was a member of Team Canada during three world championships, earning gold, silver, and bronze.
Earned the Roger Crozier Saving Grace Award (save percentage leader, .933) in 2004, among others.