32 NHL Games
November 26, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Ottawas Senators. 5-2 win.
November 27, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Quebec Nordiques. 2-2 tie.
November 29, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs. 3-0 win.
December 1, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Tampa Bay Lightning. 3-0 win.
December 2, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Florida Panthers. 1-2 loss.
December 5, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Boston Bruins. 3-1 win.
December 8, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Ottawa Senators. 3-1 win.
December 10, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Calgary Flames. 6-2 win.
December 11, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Hartford Whalers. 3-0 win.
December 13, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs New York Rangers. 0-2 loss.
December 16, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Pittsburgh Penguins. 1-2 loss.
December 17, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Los Angeles Kings. 2-0 win.
December 19, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Tampa Bay Lightning. 3-3 tie.
December 23, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Montreal Canadiens. 5-0 win.
December 26, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs New York Islanders. 3-4 loss.
December 27, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs Philadelphia Flyers. 7-2 win.
December 31, 1993 Buffalo Sabres vs New York Rangers. 4-1 win.
January 2, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Toronto Maple Leafs. 3-3 tie.
January 7, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Pittsburgh Penguins. 3-4 loss.
January 9, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Vancouver Canucks. 5-3 win.
January 11, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Chicago Blackhawks. 5-2 win.
January 12, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Winnipeg Jets. 2-3 loss.
January 15, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs St. Louis Blues. 1-2 loss.
January 16, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Dallas Stars. 4-2 win.
January 19, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Edmonton Oilers. 1-1 tie.
January 24, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Tampa Bay Lightning. 0-4 loss.
January 27, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Washington Capitals. 7-2 win.
January 29, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Montreal Canadiens. 3-2 win.
January 30, 1994 Buffalo Sabres vs Florida Panthers. 2-3 loss.
March 18, 1995 Buffalo Sabres vs Ottawa Senators. 3-4 loss.
March 19, 1995 Buffalo Sabres vs Tampa Bay Lightning. 1-6 loss.
March 21, 1995 Buffalo Sabres vs Pittsburgh Penguins. 2-3 loss.
Markus Ketterer was named Best Goaltender of the 1986/87 World Junior Championship, leading Finland to a Gold Medal. He was not drafted until 1992 when the Buffalo Sabres claimed him in the fifth round. From 1989 to 1992 Ketterer backstopped his SM-liiga team to four league Championships in a row. In 1990/91, he was named the league's Best Goaltender. He represented Finland at the 1992 World Championship and won a Silver Medal. He also represented Finland at the Olympic games that year. Ketterer then spent two seasons in North America, from 1993-1995.
November 24, 1993 Buffalo Sabres goalie Grant Fuhr injured his knee in a game against the New Jersey Devils. Fuhr required surgery and missed 29 games, all of which Markus Ketterer sat as a backup to Dominik Hasek. The Sabres went 16-9-4 over the 29 game stretch and Hasek never allowed more than 4 goals in single game. Ketterer was sitting behind one of the league's best. February 2, 1994 Grant Fuhr returned and Ketterer was sent back to the minors. He had spent over two months with the Sabres. Unfortunately for Ketterer, he was stuck behind one of the era's best goaltenders, Hasek, who was just entering the prime of his Hall of Fame career.
March 16, 1995 Dominik Hasek strained his left rotator cuff in a game against the New York Islanders. Markus Ketterer was recalled from the AHL to dress as backup to Robb Stauber. Hasek missed three games, all of which were player by Stauber. Ketterer returned to Europe at season's end.
The 1996/97 season saw Ketterer win a final league championship in Sweden's SHL. He retired following the 1998/99 season. Since 2011, he has worked for Jokerit's Liiga team in Finland, currently serving as Goaltending Coach and Team Manager.
- Wore #30 with Sabres
Career stats from hockeydb.com
Born -- Helsinki, Finland
Height 5.11 -- Weight 185 [180 cm/84 kg]
|RS Scoring||RS Goalie Stats||PO Scoring|
|1995-96||Farjestads BK Karlstad||SEL||40||1||0||8||0||0|
|1996-97||Farjestads BK Karlstad||SEL||47||0||0||2787||118||0||4||2.54||14||2||0|