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Mikka Kiprusoff
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Hockey Player
    (October 26, 1976- )
    Drafted by the San Jose Sharks as the 116th pick in the 1995 NHL Draft
    Member of the San Jose Sharks (1995-03) and Calgary Flames (2003-13)
    His first name sounds too much like 'Mickey.'
    He grew a full beard during the 2004 playoffs.
    It took him 5 years after being drafted to make his debut in the NHL.
    In four seasons with the Sharks, he only played in 48 games.
    The reason it took him so long to make his debut in the NHL was because he chose to 'develop his game in Europe.'
    He had a record of 26-6-6 in his 1998-99 season in the Finnish Elite League.
    Although being very inexperienced, he lead the Calgary Flames to the Stanley Cup Finals (2004).
    He recorded 49 saves in game 1 of the NHL's West Conference Finals.
    He beat his old team, the Sharks, in the West Conference Finals, including the man he was a backup for, Evgeni Nabokov.
    He lead the NHL in goals against average (1.70) in 2004 and was second in save percentage (.933).

Credit: His Name is Robert

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