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Hockey Player
    (September 17, 1976- )
    Goalie for the Tampa Bay Lightning (1998-2000), Minnesota Wild (2000-01) and Phoenix Coyotes (2002-04)
    Formerly of the Peterborough Petes
    When he signed with the Coyotes, it caused confusion to whether him or Sean Burke was playing goal.
    He let in a soft goal which cost the Petes the 1996 Memorial Cup.
    He only played sparingly with the Wild and was on a weak Lightning team.
    He is more famous for being little brother of former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach.
    He was given a chance to play regularly when the Coyotes traded Sean Burke.
    He doesn't dwell on the fact that Sebastian is his brother and prefers to get merits under his own name.
    He made the Petes as a walk on player.
    He was diagnosed with Meneries disease and overcame it to become a successful goalie.
    In 1996, He was the starting goalie for the host Peterborough Petes while his brother Sebastian Bach sang the national anthems in the finals.

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