Miller allowed two goals on 42 shots in Tuesday's 5-2 win over the Senators.
Despite a four-goal first period for the Ducks, the bulk of the shots were flung at Miller, who performed admirably in the win. The 39-year-old goalie improved to 9-6-4 with a 3.10 GAA and a .907 save percentage in 23 appearances. With John Gibson (groin) out, Miller is the temporary No. 1 option for the Ducks in goal.
Miller will tend the home goal for Tuesday's matchup against the Senators.
Miller has been decent this season in a backup role for the Ducks, going 8-6-4 along with a 3.16 GAA and .904 save percentage. He'll draw a nice matchup against an Ottawa offense that ranks 24th in the league in goals per game this season (2.70).
Miller surrendered five goals on 30 shots in a 5-4 overtime loss to the Wild on Sunday.
The contest was back and forth throughout Sunday, but Josh Manson's tripping penalty in overtime led to Kevin Fiala's game-winning goal. That saddled Miller with defeat -- he dropped to 8-6-4 with a 3.16 GAA and a .914 save percentage in 22 appearances. The 39-year-old goalie could see a large role if John Gibson (groin) remains sidelined.
Miller will patrol the crease for Sunday's home contest against Minnesota, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
With John Gibson (groin) unavailable, Miller will start while Anthony Stolarz serves as the backup. In his last start, the Michigan native allowed three goals in a win over Colorado on March 4. If Gibson misses extended time, Miller should see a bulk of the workload for Anaheim.
Miller saved four of five shots in Friday's 2-1 win over the Maple Leafs.
Miller had to relieve John Gibson (undisclosed) midway through the third period. A defensive breakdown from the Ducks led to William Nylander tallying against Miller, but he protected the one-goal lead to complete the win. The 39-year-old goalie won't get credit for the win -- he stays at 8-6-3 -- while his GAA went to 3.07 and his save percentage dipped to .907 in 21 appearances. It's unclear how severe Gibson's injury is at this point, but Miller would likely take on a large portion of the starts if the former misses much time.
Miller stopped 32 of 35 shots in a 4-3 overtime win over the Avalanche.
Miller gave up a third-period equalizer to the Avalanche's Nathan MacKinnon, but Rickard Rakell sealed it for the Ducks late in overtime. The win was Miller's 386th of his career, good for 15th all-time as he passed Mike Vernon. The 39-year-old netminder is 8-6-3 with a 3.04 GAA and a .908 save percentage in 20 appearances. Expect head coach Dallas Eakins to go back to John Gibson for Friday's game against the Maple Leafs.
Miller will defend the road cage against Colorado on Wednesday.
This will be Miller's first start since Feb. 17. He's been a sturdy No. 2 to John Gibson this season, and he's been outstanding on the road since the calendar flipped to 2020. Over six road appearances, he's notched a .925 save percentage and a 3-1-1 record. He'll need to summon some magic against the Avalanche, though, as they've won seven straight games.
Miller made 15 saves on 16 shots during the third period in relief during a 6-2 loss to the Blackhawks on Tuesday.
It came in a small sample, but this was Miller's best performance since the beginning of February. With this performance, though, not much changed in Miller's overall numbers. He is still 7-6-3 with a 3.06 GAA and .908 save percentage in 19 appearances.
Miller (illness) was back at practice Monday, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
Miller sat out of Sunday's loss to the Devils, and Anthony Stolarz was recalled to be John Gibson's backup. With Miller seemingly healthy again, Stolarz will likely be sent back down. Miller is expected to start one game during the team's upcoming back-to-back Tuesday against Chicago and Wednesday against Colorado. The veteran netminder has posted a .907 save percentage and 7-6-3 record this season.
Miller (illness) will not suit up for Sunday's home game against the Devils, Elliott Teaford of The Orange County Register reports.
Miller served as the backup during Friday's win over Pittsburgh despite being sick, but Anthony Stolarz was recalled to the big club Sunday. The 39-year-old could be back for Anaheim's upcoming back-to-back in Chicago on Tuesday or in Colorado on Wednesday.
Miller (illness) did not take warmups prior to Friday's game against the Penguins, but he's still expected to be John Gibson's backup in the contest.
Miller's illness likely won't end up costing the veteran netminder any time, since he is available as the backup. It will be highly unlikely for the 39-year-old to get into the game given the circumstances.
Miller made 37 saves in Monday's 6-4 loss to the Flames.
Calgary's final goal was scored into an empty net. Anaheim took a 3-1 lead early in the third period before things fell apart for Miller, who coughed up five goals on 12 shots in the final frame. It's the veteran goalie's first regulation loss since Jan. 7, but on the season he carries a 3.06 GAA and .907 save percentage.
Miller will be between the pipes on the road versus the Flames on Monday.
Miller went 1-0-1 with a disappointing 3.29 GAA in his last three appearances. With John Gibson taking the first game of the Ducks' back-to-back, it will be the veteran Miller who gets the clash with Calgary. Heading down the stretch, the two tenders figure to share much of the workload, though Gibson should still get the bulk of the starts.
Miller surrendered two goals on 16 shots in relief of John Gibson in Thursday's 6-0 loss to the Flames.
Miller played the final two periods of the game, allowing a goal in each frame. The 39-year-old American won't factor into the decision -- he remains at 7-5-3 with a 2.93 GAA and a .909 save percentage in 17 appearances. The Ducks next play in a road back-to-back against the Canucks on Sunday and the Flames on Monday.
Miller turned aside 31 shots in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Sabres.
Facing the team he spent the first decade-plus of his career with, Miller got staked to a 3-0 lead in the first period and came up with some big stops down the stretch to secure the win. The 39-year-old is 3-0-1 in his last four starts, and on the season he carries a 2.93 GAA and .910 save percentage.
Miller will start between the pipes for Sunday's road game against Buffalo, Joe Yerdon of The Athletic reports.
The 39-year-old will look to get back into the win column, as he was torched in his last start against Toronto to the tune of five goals on 35 shots. Miller will face a decent matchup against a Buffalo offense that ranks 21st in the league in goals per game this year (2.84).
Miller turned aside 30 shots in Friday's 5-4 overtime loss to the Maple Leafs.
The veteran goalie coughed one up less than five minutes into the game, and things didn't get much better after that for Miller or the Anaheim defense -- although he did make some big stops to earn the team a point. On the season, Miller now sports a 3.00 GAA and .908 save percentage over 15 outings, and barring an injury to John Gibson his workload isn't likely to increase down the stretch.
Miller will patrol the crease during Friday's road clash with the Maple Leafs, Lance Hornby of The Toronto Sun reports.
Miller has been fantastic in limited action over the past three weeks, picking up back-to-back road wins over the Hurricanes and Kings while posting an exceptional 0.99 GAA and .973 save percentage. The veteran backstop will attempt to secure a third straight road victory in a matchup with a stumbling Toronto team that's gone 0-2-1 in its last three contests.
Miller turned aside 46 of 47 shots in Saturday's 3-1 win over the Kings.
Miller was pelted by pucks all game, but came away with his second straight win. The 39-year-old improved to 6-5-2 with a 2.86 GAA and a .912 save percentage in 14 games. It's unlikely Miller can handle a starter's workload at this point in his career, but he could start to see more consistent time with John Gibson struggling in recent appearances.
Miller will tend the road goal in Saturday's game versus the Kings.
Miller allowed one goal on 26 shots in his last outing, a win over the Hurricanes. The 39-year-old goalie has a favorable start against the Kings, who average 2.70 goals per game at home, which ranks 28th in the league.
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