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    He went 61-76-21 during his tenure with Edmonton, leading many pundits to question if he could handle the pressure of being a starting goaltender in the NHL.
    During the 2014 calendar year, he played on three different teams and was traded twice.
    He was relegated to fourth string status on the Canadiens depth chart, which was evident, after he wasn't called on after Carey Price's injury during the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
    After the snub became apparent, he left the team citing burnout.
    He struggled with consistency issues, prior to his trade to Minnesota.
    He was the tallest goaltender in NHL history, prior to Ben Bishop.
    His struggles with the Oilers were justified, as a result of playing in front of a poor defensive team.
    He was acquired by the Wild for a mid-round draft pick, in what would be considered one of the greatest steals of the 2014-15 NHL season.
    He started every game for the Wild upon his trade, which singlehandedly saved the team's season.
    He backstopped the Canadian junior team to their second of five consecutive World Junior championships (2006).

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