Martin Gerber
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"Martin Gerber" is a Swiss people/Swiss professional ice hockey goaltender currently playing for the Kloten Flyers. He was drafted in the eighth round, as 232nd overall, by the Anaheim Ducks/Mighty Ducks of Anaheim in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft.

Before moving to the National Hockey League (NHL) in 2002, Gerber played professionally in Switzerland and Sweden; he would return to both countries during the 2004–05 NHL lockout. Gerber played two seasons with the Mighty Ducks before spending time with the Carolina Hurricanes, with whom he won the Stanley Cup in 2006, the Ottawa Senators and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Gerber spent the 2009–10 season in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL) before signing with the Edmonton Oilers in 2010. Since the 2011–12 season he plays in the Swedish Hockey League/Elitserien (SEL).

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I think we can be really proud of ourselves. We accomplished a huge game for Swiss hockey. We played the way we want to play. Our box play was perfect. It was a huge effort from every guy.

It really is something special that you can always remember. We knew we had to be perfect in the first 20 minutes or they would run over us.

It's a huge game for Swiss hockey. We battled hard, we played hard and we played the way we wanted to play. It was a huge effort for us.

We should have picked up the win ... there is no doubt about it. We lost a point here tonight. Especially in those games against them, we want to get all the points. We don't want to share anything with them. We've got to do a better job next time.

When you're down two goals, you don't want to start a period like that.

There's something over 20 games left. That's all we have to focus on. At the end we want to be up top. That's our goal. We just have to go game by game.

You can't pick anybody as a favorite right now.

If they could choose, they would probably pick to play us and not Canada. And I kind of understand that.

It was wild there the last few minutes. The goal was just unlucky, it took a bounce and caught me on the wrong side. At least we scored at the end, that's the important thing.