Ryan Miller

#30 G / Vancouver Canucks / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 168 lb Age: 35 College: Michigan State

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Allows Calgary to drop seven goals in loss

    Miller was torched for seven goals on 43 shots in Thursday's 7-3 loss to Calgary. Miller was left to the dogs, as Vancouver has nothing to play for at this point in the year. The netminder had not been lit up this badly so far this season, and his two-game win streak was clearly not meant to extend past Thursday. The 35-year-old veteran can find solace in that his 2.70 GAA and .916 save percentage on the year isn't as bad as this outing would entail.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Confirmed starter Thursday

    Miller will start in goal Thursday against the Flames. The veteran netminder will look to build on two straight strong outings, picking up wins over both the Kings and Sharks. He's set to face a Flames club Friday he's handled pretty well this season, posting a 1.99 GAA and .938 save percentage over three matchups. Despite the strong efforts, he's just 1-1-1 on the campaign against Calgary, so offensive support could be a key factor in the contest.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Rejects 40 Monday

    Miller denied 40 of 42 shots in Monday's win over the Kings. Miller was terrific in this one, withstanding a heavy workload throughout to grab his second straight win. He and Jacob Markstrom have essentially alternated starts since the All Star break, so Monday's strong showing likely won't put a stop to that trend over the final three games of the season.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Starts in net Monday

    Miller will start in net Monday against the Kings. Miller will get the nod over Jacob Markstrom on Monday, despite the two being in a time share. At 35 years old, Miller is in search of just his 17th win on the season against a Kings squad that is averaging 2.71 goals per game during the 2015-16 campaign.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Pegged to start Thursday

    Miller will start between the pipes Thursday against the Sharks. While Miller's level of play really hasn't dropped this month (2.74 GAA, .921 save percentage), the lack of offensive support (1.60 goals per game in March, last in NHL) has led to a paltry 1-5-1 record. Things likely won't get any better Thursday as the netminder squares off against a Sharks club that he's lost to twice already this season.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Picks up another loss Sunday

    Miller gave up three goals on 32 shots in Sunday's loss to the Blackhawks. Miller had a strong game, but a late third-period goal from Andrew Ladd helped hand the Canucks their eighth straight loss. Miller has managed just one win in his last eight outings, dropping his record to 15-23-9 on the season. He's playing well right now, as exemplified by his .917 save percentage, but if you're looking for wins, Miller simply doesn't have a good enough team in front of him to get many of them.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Named Sunday's starter

    Miller will protect the net Sunday against the Blackhawks, Jon Abbott of TSN 1040 reports. Miller continues to serve in a rotation with Jacob Markstrom, and his freshness has resulted in a month of March in a couple strong starts in which he's allowed just four total goals while stopping 77 of the 81 shots over that span. He's in store for what should be a tough matchup against the Blackhawks club despite them losing six of the last eight games. However, Miller has been hot of late and he's better at home than on the road, so the veteran netminder should remain on the radar in both season-long leagues and daily contests Sunday.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Almost picks up surprising win, loses in shootout

    Miller gave up two goals on 32 shots in Thursday's 3-2 shootout loss to Nashville. Miller was nursing a 2-0 lead going into the third period, keeping the 12th-ranked offense of Nashville in check. However, the Predators turned 11 shots on goal into two markers and eventually scored twice in the shootout to secure the netminder's third straight loss. The 35-year-old has still exceeded 30-plus saves in his last four, turning away .939 percent of shots in that span. Unfortunately for Miller, Vancouver's 29th-ranked offense is simply no help.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: Starting Thursday against Nashville

    Miller will be between the pipes in Thursday's road matchup with the Predators. Miller was fantastic in his last start, stopping 47 of 49 shots, but ultimately suffered his 22nd loss of the season due to a lack of goal support. The 35-year-old netminder will look to get back in the win column Thursday in a highly unfavorable road matchup with a Nashville team averaging 3.06 goals per game at home this season, sixth in the NHL.

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    Canucks' Ryan Miller: 47 saves not enough Saturday

    Miller made 47 saves on 49 shots in Saturday's loss to the Blues. An exceptional showing from Miller, who kept his team in the game. The Canucks mustered only 19 shots on goal, while the Blues registered a season-high 50 shots on goal. While the veteran has lost two straight games, he's turned in three consecutive strong outings and owns a .917 save percentage on the season. He might not pick up many more wins down the stretch, but Miller is playing well right now and can provide you with decent rate stats.