LoPresti was called up during the '40-'41 season, he played in 27 games, going 9-15-3. In his only full season in Chicago he played in 47 games, posting a 21-23-3 record while giving up a league leading 152 goals. The team reached the playoffs both seasons he was with them, he went 3-5 in the postseason with a goals against average of 1.92. If it wasn't for World War II his career might have continued, but like many men he had to serve his country.
After returning to the States, LoPresti played some amateur hockey and ran a tavern. His record for saves and shots against has survived more than 70 years. When asked about that crazy game against the Bruins LoPresti said "They were shooting from every angle and I didn't see half the shots. They were bouncing off my pads, chest protector, my arms, my shoulders. I didn't even know where they were coming from. I lost 8 to 10 pounds that night." It had to be something to see a goalie get peppered like that and basically stand on his head while facing such an onslaught. The only thing I wish is this fact ended with a win for the goalie he damn well deserved it after a performance like that.