Tuukka Rask's NHL career has certainly been unique. He became the Bruins' No. 1 goaltender two seasons ago before eventually handing the reigns back over to Tim Thomas last season.
But even though Rask is no longer the team's starting goaltender, he's still proven that he'd be the No. 1 goalie on most other NHL teams. The 24-year-old struggled out of the gate this season, but he has since rebounded a bit.
Rask recently discussed what it was like serving as the backup during the Bruins' Stanley Cup run, which is something that could ultimately benefit the young netminder.
To hear more about Rask's career thus far, and his outlook on the future, check out the video above.