Miller, who’s 40 years old, is in his fourth season with the Ducks and his 18th NHL season. He won the Vezina Trophy in 2010 and has more wins than any other American-born goaltender in NHL history. Miller has played a total of 794 career games and will retire as the 14th winningest goaltender in NHL history.
He spent the bulk of his career with the Buffalo Sabres, with stints in St. Louis, Vancouver and finally, Anaheim. Miller has played 14 games for the Ducks this season.
The news comes just after David Backes said that he may retire at the end of the season. With Miller’s career coming to an end, it’s highly likely we’ll see a tandem of John Gibson and Anthony Stolarz for the Ducks next year, who each still term remaining on their respective deals.
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Where would you rank Ryan Miller amongst NHL goaltenders all-time?