Kiprusoff formally announced his retirement on Sept. 9, after 12 seasons in the NHL. He spent the final nine seasons of his career with Calgary after spending parts of three years with San Jose. Kiprusoff leaves the game as the Flames' all-time leader in wins (305), games played (576) and shutouts (41). He'll be best remembered for his spectacular play during the 2003-04 season when he set a modern-day record with a 1.69 goals-against average. He then led the Flames to Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final against Tampa Bay, notching five shutouts and 15 wins as Calgary fell just short of winning it all. He went on to win the Vezina and William Jennings trophies in 2006 as he established himself as one of the game's high-end stoppers and a true workhorse.