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Blaine Lacher
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Hockey Player
    (September 5, 1970- )
    Born in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
    Goaltender for the Boston Bruins (1994-96)
    He was a one year wonder.
    Many hockey pundits consider his rookie season to be a fluke as he became the team's starting goalie during the strike shortened 1994-95 season.
    He struggled miserably as the Bruins everyday goalie during the 1995-96 season, which led him to be banished to the minor leagues for the remainder of the season.
    His tendency to allow flukey goals earned him the nickname 'Let 'Em In' Lacher by Boston area reporters.
    Following his release from the Bruins, he quit organized hockey altogether the following season.
    He was a standout goaltender at Lake Superior State University.
    He backstopped LSSU to the NCAA Frozen Four championship (1992).
    His stellar play during the 1994-95 season helped the Bruins reach the Stanley Cup playoffs for the 27th consecutive season.
    He started the final Bruins home game played at Boston Garden and the first home game played at the FleetCenter.
    Following his retirement from hockey, he found work as a tire mechanic in his hometown of Medicine Hat.

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