2012-13: Appeared in his sixth NHL season...went 15-6-4 with a 2.36 GAA and .913 SV% with one shutout in 26 games...in his last seven starts of 2012-13, posted a 1.79 GAA (12 GA/403 MIN) and .931 SV% (163-of-175) with a 4-2-1 record...allowed two-or-fewer goals in 17 of his 25 decisions this season (one ND), including 13 of the last 14...from Mar. 1-Apr. 27 (conclusion of 2012-13 regular season), his 1.94 GAA (34 GA/1049 MIN) ranked seventh in the NHL...at Honda Center, won seven consecutive games (7-0-0) from Feb. 2-Mar. 20, for a .921 SV% (175-of-190) and 2.12 GAA (15 GA/424 MIN)…won eight of his last 10 decisions at Honda Center overall (8-2-0, one ND), posting a 2.32 GAA (24 GA/620 MIN) and a .910 SV% (243-of-267)…helped Anaheim to a 2-0-0 start on the road, Jan. 19 @ VAN (26 saves) and Jan. 21 @ CGY (21 saves)...secured his first shutout of the season and 16th of his career in an 18-save effort, Mar. 6 vs. PHX (2-0)...won four consecutive games from Mar. 6-14, stopping 110-of-114 shots for a 0.98 GAA (4 GA/245 MIN) and .965 SV% in that span...also had a 10-game point streak (8-0-2) from Feb. 18-Mar. 20, stopping 263-of-282 for a .933 SV% and 1.86 GAA (19 GA/614 MIN)...missed three games with a lower-body injury (Feb. 8-15)…stopped Alexandre Burrows' second period penalty shot attempt, Jan. 25 vs. VAN...is now 4-of-5 career in penalty shot situations…posted a 1-2 record in shootouts (Jan. 29, 3-2 SOL @ SJ; Mar. 4, 5-4 SOL @ PHX; Mar. 14, 2-1 SOL @ DAL), stopping 7-of-10 shootout attempts (.700%).
CAREER: Signed a four-year contract extension through 2013-14, Jan. 30, 2010…2011-12: Appeared in his fifth NHL season with Anaheim, going 29-30-12 with four shutouts, a 2.57 GAA and .910 SV%...set franchise records for games played (73) and starts (73) in a season…started a club-record 32 consecutive games from Jan. 12-Mar. 18, going 17-10-5 with a 1.92 GAA (62 GA/1939 MIN) and .927 SV% (789-of-851), including three shutouts (Jan. 13 @ EDM, Feb. 19 @ FLA, Mar. 14 vs. DET)...the streak was the NHL's longest since San Jose’s Antti Niemi's had a 34-game streak from Jan.15-Apr. 4, 2011…overall, led the NHL in starts (73) and co-led in appearances (73, also NSH’s Rinne)…named the NHL's First Star for Feb. 13-19 after going 3-0-1 with one shutout, a 0.98 GAA, and .961 SV% in four games…made his 70th appearance of 2011-12, setting a franchise record (previously Guy Hebert, 1998-99) in a 3-1 win, Mar. 28 vs. SJ…made his club-record 69th start of 2011-12, Mar. 25 vs. BOS…earned his 15th career shutout (fourth of season) in a 4-0 win, Mar. 14 vs. DET…set a club record with his 24th consecutive start, surpassing the previous record shared by J.S. Giguere (2001) and Guy Hebert (1997), Mar. 2 vs. CGY…stopped all 31 shots for his 14th career shutout (third of the season) in a 2-0 win, Feb. 19 @ FLA…went nine consecutive games (6-0-3) without a loss in regulation, Feb. 3-21…compiled a season-high five-game win streak, Jan. 13-22, posting a 1.40 GAA (7 GA/300 MIN) and .956 SV% (153-of-160)…secured his 100th career win and 13th career shutout on Jan. 13 @ EDM, stopping all 33 shots faced…appeared in his 200th career NHL game, Dec. 4 vs. MIN…recorded his 12th career shutout on Oct. 14 vs. SJ, stopping all 31 shots...2010-11: Appeared in his fourth NHL season with Anaheim, going 26-16-5 with five shutouts, a 2.56 GAA and .924 SV%...finished tied for fifth among NHL goaltenders in SV% (.924)…was named to the NHL 2010-11 All-Star team, the lone goaltender to represent the Western Conference…was the second Swiss-born player to appear in an NHL All-Star Game (also Mark Streit in 2009)…made only three appearances following the All-Star break due to vertigo-related symptoms…was named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week for Jan. 3-9 after going 2-1-0 with a 0.67 GAA and .977 SV% in three starts…had a career-high 179:48-minute scoreless streak spanning four games, Jan. 5-12...his consecutive shutouts on Jan. 7 vs. CBJ (6-0) and Jan. 9 vs. SJ (1-0) marked a career first and the first time the feat had been accomplished in team history since Dec. 8-15, 2002 (J.S. Giguere)…went 5-0-0 with a 2.35 GAA and .925 SV% from Nov. 3-12, finishing the month tied for fourth in the NHL in wins (7-4-1)…denied Jamie Benn on his second career penalty shot, Nov. 12 vs. DAL…2009-10: Appeared in his third NHL season with Anaheim, posting a 30-23-6 record with two shutouts, a 2.73 GAA and .918 SV% in 59 games…set career highs in wins, appearances, minutes (3,338), saves (1,708) and shots against (1,860)…went 9-4-0 in January, marking the most wins in a month by a Ducks goaltender since Mar. 2006 (Giguere, 9-4-0)…was named the NHL's Second Star of the Week for Jan. 4-10, going 4-0-0 with a 1.50 GAA and .954 SV%…earned the win in his 100th career appearance, Jan. 10 @ CHI…2008-09: Made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut in his second NHL season, leading the league in SV% (.946), ranking third in GAA (2.23) and tied for first in shutouts (2)…stopped 45-of-46 shots for his sixth career postseason win in Game 3 of the CSF, May 5 vs. DET…stopped a career-high 59-of-62 shots in the Ducks’ triple-OT victory in Game 2 of the CSF, May 3 @ DET…his 59 saves were the most by a Ducks netminder since Apr. 10, 2003 in Game 1 of the CQF @ DET (Giguere, 63 SV)…in the CQF vs. SJ, stopped 220-of-230 shots in six games (.957 SV%), earning a 1.64 GAA and his first two postseason shutouts…stopped all 31 shots faced for his second career postseason shutout in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 23 vs. SJ…made his Stanley Cup Playoffs debut in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 16 @ SJ…earned a 2-0 shutout victory, stopping all 35 shots…became the first goaltender to record a shutout in his playoff debut since BOS’s Andrew Raycroft in 2004…during the regular season, ranked tied for seventh among league goaltenders in GAA (2.39) and tied for sixth in SV% (.919)…won seven consecutive decisions from Mar. 19-Apr. 4 to tie Guy Hebert (Feb. 25-Mar. 22, 1995) for the longest winning streak in franchise history…the win streak spanned an eight-game stretch, in which he posted a 2.19 GAA and .923 SV%…tied the club record with his seventh consecutive win by stopping 28-of-30 shots in a 5-2 victory, Apr. 4 @ SJ…stopped a career-high 51-of-53 shots, Dec. 19 @ EDM...his 51 saves tied a franchise high…was named the NHL's Second Star of the Week for Nov. 24-30 after going 2-0-0 with a 0.50 GAA and .984 SV%…earned his first career NHL shutout with a 2-0 win (29 SA), Nov. 16 vs. LA…2007-08: Made his NHL debut with Anaheim, going 10-7-1 with a 2.06 GAA and .927 SV%…stopped 11-of-12 shots for his first career OT win, Dec. 19 vs. COL…earned a 4-1 win in his NHL debut, Sept. 30 vs. LA in London, England...became just the fourth Swiss goalie to play in an NHL game, joining David Aebischer (COL), Martin Gerber (ANA) and Pauli Jaks (LA)…2006-07: Played for Davos of the Swiss National League A…was voted Best Goalie in the Swiss National League…helped Davos capture the Swiss championship and a Spengler Cup championship…2005-06: Helped Davos advance to the final in the Swiss Championship…was selected to the All-Star team for the Spengler Cup…2004-05: Was voted the Best Goalie in the Swiss League, en route to the Swiss League championship…won the Spengler Cup with Davos and selected to the tournament All-Star team…Miscellaneous: Made his Olympic debut with Team Switzerland at the 2010 Winter Games in Vancouver…appeared in five contests, going 2-2-1 with a 2.47 GAA and a .918 SV%...his 146 saves for the tournament ranked third among all goaltenders…has made two other appearances for Team Switzerland on the international level: posted a 2.51 GAA and .910 SV% in six games at the 2007 IIHF World Championship in Moscow, Russia…following the 2008 NHL Playoffs, joined Switzerland for the 2008 IIHF World Championship in Halifax and Quebec City…appeared in three games, going 1-2-0 with a 2.79 GAA and .915 SV%.
PERSONAL: Spends the offseason in the town of Davos in his native Switzerland…resides in Newport Beach during the hockey season…enjoys playing tennis, beach volleyball and sailing on his family’s boat in Switzerland…is an automobile enthusiast and spends his summers fixing cars with his friends at a local body shop in his hometown…admires fellow Swiss athlete Roger Federer…is fluent in German, English and French.