2006-07: Split season with Columbus and Chicago.
2005-06: Played for Calgary, Phoenix and San Antonio (AHL).
2004-05: Played for HV71 in Sweden.
2003-04: With Phoenix, set two new modern-day NHL records with five consecutive shutouts and a shutout sequence of 332:01...Broke the 55-year-old records of Montreal’s Bill Durnan (four, 309:21 sequence in 1948-49)...The shutouts: Dec. 31 vs. Los Angeles (4-0, 21 saves), Jan. 2 at Dallas (6-0, 35 saves), Jan. 4 at Carolina (3-0, 26 saves), Jan. 7 at Washington (3-0, 27 saves) and Jan. 9 at Minnesota (2-0, 21 saves)…Played 332:01 without allowing a goal (longest shutout sequence in NHL’s Modern Era) from 19:15 of the 2nd period at Nashville, Dec. 22 through 6:16 of the 1st period vs. Atlanta, Jan. 11…NHL’s Defensive Player of the Week in back-to-back weeks (Jan. 4 and 11)…Set a career high and
T-8th in NHL with five shutouts…Led Coyotes in GP, minutes, wins and shutouts…Recorded first Glendale Arena shutout in 4-0 win vs. Los Angeles on Dec. 31.
2002-03: Set career highs in games and minutes.
2001-02: NHL Player of the Week (Oct. 29-Nov. 4): 2-1-0, 0.67 GAA, .978 save percentage and two shutouts...Shutout string of 184:30 snapped vs. Islanders on Nov. 3…Recorded consecutive shutouts for first time in career and became first Flyers goalie to record shutouts on consecutive days with 30 saves at Washington, Oct. 30 and 27 saves vs. Pittsburgh, Oct. 31 (both 3-0 wins)…Playoffs: A .939 save percentage in two games.
2000-01: Played 27 games for Flyers...Playoffs: Played in one game.
1999-00: NHL All-Rookie Team...Led NHL in GAA…First rookie goalie since 1950-51 to play at least 25 games and have a GAA under 2.00...Ranked fourth in NHL and led rookies in save percentage...Led team in shutouts…Got first NHL shutout in 4-0 win vs. Tampa Bay Dec. 18...Recorded first NHL point (assist) at Buffalo on Dec. 14...Earned first NHL win vs. New Jersey on Oct. 30...Playoffs: Played 151:48 and did not allow a goal in 149:26, stopping 57 of 58 shots in 2-1, 5 OT win at Pittsburgh on May 4…Recorded first shutout in 2-0 win at Buffalo on April 16…Made 18 saves in first NHL playoff game, a 3-2 win vs. Buffalo on April 13.
1998-99: Played for Philadelphia (AHL).
1997-98: Member of PlanetUSA Team for 1998 AHL All-Star Classic…Led Philadelphia to 1998 Calder Cup Championship.
1994-97: Named 1996-97 WHL Goaltender of the Year with Tri-City.
Personal: “Boush” calls himself funny, sarcastic and honest…Favorites: Killers and Coldplay (musicians); “Goodfellas” (movie); “The Sopranos” and “The Office” (television shows); Robert DeNiro (actor); Montreal Canadiens (NHL team while growing up); Boston Red Sox (professional sports team); Original Joe’s (San Jose area restaurant); Cabo San Lucas (vacation spot); David Ortiz (professional athlete); tsn.ca (web site); Italian (food); The Beef Barn (hometown hangout)…If he could meet someone in history, he would’ve like to have met John F. Kennedy…Likes to play golf away from the ice…If he wasn’t in hockey, he’d be a sports announcer…Puts his left skate on first…Hockey idol is Patrick Roy…Memorable NHL
moment: five consecutive shutouts…Started skating when he was four and playing hockey when he was six.