Your confusing the purpose of the different profiles, their use is not interchangeable and they are device specific.
When you calibrate your monitor, the profile produced is used by colour aware applications (example Photoshop, Lightroom, Mozilla firefox etc) to display the image correctly (ie to a defined standard) on your monitor. You never use this as a print profile
For printing, you always select the dedicated ICC profile for the paper your going to use for that printer - and of course select the corresponding paper type - gloss, matte etc in the printer dialogue
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