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Hockey Player
    (December 30, 1978- )
    Born in Syosset, New York
    Drafted as the 134th overall pick of the 1998 NHL Draft
    Defenseman for the Pittsburgh Penguins (2003-09) and Los Angeles Kings (2009-13)
    During the 2005-06 NHL season, he contributed a disappointing four points in 56 games.
    He had a 120-game scoreless streak that would not be broken until 2008.
    He was nicknamed 'Scuds.'
    His Penguins teammates rechristened him with the nickname 'The Piece' after he misspoke during an interview when he referred to himself as 'the [missing] piece to the puzzle', intending to say that he was 'a piece' to the puzzle.
    Within weeks of winning his first Stanley Cup championship, he was released as a restricted free agent from the Penguins.
    He played hockey at Boston College.
    Despite being drafted in the 1998 NHL drafted, he remained at Boston College for three more years.
    During game six of the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals stopped a shot at a wide open net by Johan Franzen and then again with his skate.
    He became the first Long Island, New York native to win a Stanley Cup title.
    In the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, he took a hit early in the first period which resulted in a five-minute major penalty and three goals for the Kings.

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