Ryan Miller retires from NHL, after 18 years playing career

 One of most celebrated goaltenders in United States history has declared that he will resign following the end of this season. Previous Michigan State goalie Ryan Miller has reported he will hang up the skates following a wonderful 18 seasons in NHL. 

Mill operator was a remarkable goalie with Spartans recording a NCAA record 26 profession shutouts and won Hobey Baker Award in 2001, when he drove the country in successes, winning rate, save rate, objectives against normal and shutouts. He likewise won the Big Ten Men's Athlete of the Year in 2001. 

He was drafted by the Buffalo Sabers in 1999 draft, 138 generally speaking. He played for St. Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks during his heavenly vocation. He was likewise on U.S. Olympic Team in 2006, 2010, and 2014. 

Mill operator is maybe the most enriched goalie in United States history. Among the honors he got are Olympic MVP, Olympic Best Goalie, Olympic All-Star Team, NHL All-Star Game, Vezina Trophy, NHL and AHL First All-Star Team. 

Mill operator additionally set the standard for most successes by a US conceived goaltender with 387, most shootout wins by a goaltender in a season with 10, best profession objectives against normal for the U.S. Hockey Olympics, Sabers establishment pioneer in goaltender games with 540, goaltender minutes 31,661, vocation wins with 284 and most successes in a season with 41 of every 2009-10. 

Mill operator likewise set various standards during his time as a Spartan with the best objectives against normal ever with a 1.54, save rate during vocation with 941 and 26 profession shutouts. 

Congrats to Ryan Miller on a recognized hockey profession and a phenomenal retirement.

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