-Recalled from OKC on Feb. 21
-Finished the season with a GAA (2.07) and a .924 save percentage with five shutouts
-His AHL season record was 26-14-2
-Played part of the game on January 22 vs. San Jose after coming in to relieve Devan Dubnyk
-Recalled from Oklahoma City on February 27 after Nikolai Khabibulin was placed on IR
2005-2006 : Recalled by the Canadiens on April 20... In his first start ever at the Bell Centre on November 15, stopped 27 shots and was credited with a victory, 4-3 in overtime, against the Florida Panthers... Recorded his 2nd victory in as many starts in the NHL (both on the road), 3-2 against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday November 4... Played in his first game ever at the Bell Centre on Saturday October 29 against the New York Rangers, allowing two goals in 40 minutes (2nd and 3rd periods)... Stopped 32 shots and was named the game's first star in a 2-0 victory against the Atlanta Thrashers on Wednesday October 12, thus becoming the 16th goaltender in the NHL, and the first from the Canadiens since Wayne Thomas in 1973, to register a shutout in his first game ever in the league...
In Hamilton (AHL) : By defeating the Toronto Marlies on April 15, tied Steve Passmore for the most wins all-time in Bulldogs history with 47... Completed the season with a record of 17-17-3, a goals-against-average of 2.97 and a save percentage of .902... When he was called up from Hamilton on February 21, had a 14-14-2 record in 32 games with the Bulldogs, with a goals against average of 2.88 and a save percentage of .905... On February 1st, was named co-winner of the Most Valuable Player Award of the American Hockey League All-Star Game after stopping 12 of the 13 shots he faced in the second period... In eight games, from December 22 to January 7, showed a record of five wins and three losses, a goals against average of 2.36 and a save percentage of .925... From November 9 to November 12, had a record of three wins in as many games, a goals against average of 1.34 and a save percentage of .958...