2006-07: Returned to Worcester (AHL) on March 11. Recalled to San Jose March 4 and served as backup to Nabokov for three games. Entered the game on relief duty to Thomas Griess on March 2 and stopped the first penalty shot against Worcester in team history ( Pascal Pelletier). Reassigned to Fresno on Dec. 4 . Each of his first three starts were decided in the shootout (1-2). Playoffs: Earned his second consecutive win on April 27 at Manchester with 14 saves in Game 5 of the Atlantic Division Semifinals. Registered 34 saves in a double-overtime loss vs. Manchester on April 28 in Game 6. made his first AHL playoff start on April 25, winning Game 4 by making 27 saves. World Championships: Made 18 saves in a victory over Belarus. Saved 20 shots in a 3-0 loss vs. USA. Defeated Norway with a 20-save performance.
2005-06: Earned his 2nd consecutive win with 32-saves on April 6 vs. Toronto. Earned his second win on home ice with 28-saves vs. Grand Rapids on Apr. 5 in a 6-5 final. Won consecutive games for the first time this season with 32-saves on Feb. 24 at Peoria. Earned first win since Jan. 7th with 20-save performance at Rochester on Feb. 19. Made 36-saves in a losing effort at Milwaukee on Jan. 13. Returned to the lineup on Jan. 7 vs. Peoria with 32-save win (first appearance since Dec. 6)Missed 10-games in the month of December due to injuryEarned his third win of the season with 31-saves on Dec. 2 at San AntonioEarned his 2nd win of the season on Nov. 25 at Hamilton. Reassigned to Cleveland on Nov. 5Recalled to San Jose on Oct. 26 for three games, but did not dress. Earned his first win on the season at Hamilton on Oct. 22 with 36-saves in a 2-1 victory. 2004-05: Led Cleveland (AHL) in minutes (2,418), wins (18), save percentage (.911) and goals-against average (2.58)Started the season 3-0-1. Had shootout loss in opening game at Grand Rapids (Oct. 15). Helped Barons snap three-game losing streak with a 5-1 win (38 saves) vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 12. Earned fourth straight win on Dec. 28 vs. Manitoba (19 saves)Stopped penalty shot (Jason King) at Manitoba on Jan. 5Earned No. 2 star with 26-saves in 2-1 win vs. Chicago on Feb. 5Earned his second consecutive win with a 32-save shootout victory over Edmonton on Feb. 9Earned first shutout (1-0) with a 22-save performance at San Antonio on March 11...2003-04: Began season in Cleveland before suffering sprained ankle on Jan. 4Posted 3 AHL shutouts, tying franchise single-season mark set by Toskala in 2001-02Had a 10-15-0 record with Cleveland in 1st professional season Notched shutout in his 1st professional game, making 19 saves on Oct. 17 vs. Grand Rapids Finished year with Johnstown (ECHL) with a 7-0-0 record and a 2.71 GAAWon 1st ECHL game Feb. 21 vs. Trenton Made 41 saves in regular season finale April 3 at Trenton in 4-2 win Playoffs: Suffered 1st ECHL loss despite allowing just 2 goals and making 30 saves2002-03: Set career best in GAA (2.57)Helped club to German Cup Championship over Koelner Haie Feb. 18Backstopped Team Germany at the World Junior Championships 2001-02: Posted undefeated 4-0-0 record, 1.00 GAA and .955 save percentage at the World Junior Division I Tournament, helping Germany win and secure a berth in the following years World Junior ChampionshipsPosted a 2.83 GAA in 7 games with Koln2000-01: Posted a 3.89 GAA in 23 games with ErdingRepresented Team Germany at World Under-18 Championships and posted a 3.33 GAA and .908 SV PCT in 6 tournament games.