|Played for||Buffalo Sabres St. Louis Blues Vancouver Canucks Anaheim Ducks|
|National team||United States|
Why is Ryan Miller retiring?
“It was a dream come true when I played my first NHL game and it has been a privilege to spend 18 years as a professional,” Miller said in a statement through the Ducks. “I have decided that I am going to retire after the season having been given more time doing what I love than I could ever have hoped for.
What teams have Ryan Miller played for?
Ryan Miller to retire at season’s end, cements place in Sabres history. This past Thursday, April 29, after playing 18 seasons in the NHL, former Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller announced his retirement following the end of this season.
When did Ryan Miller get drafted?
Miller’s a surefire Sabres Hall of Famer, if it ever gets back up and going again. Dominik Hasek was the last person to be named to the organization’s Hall of Fame in 2014, but there are plenty of others in team history who deserve to get the call.
Who is Ryan Miller’s wife?
Miller will retire as the winningest American-born netminder in league history. His 390 career victories rank 14th on the NHL’s all-time list.
How old is John Gibson?
Ducks’ John Gibson: Shuts out Devils The 28-year-old has won consecutive starts for the second time this season, improving to 4-2-2 with a 2.57 GAA and a. 917 save percentage in eight outings overall.