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Growing up in East Lansing, Michigan, Ryan Miller was originally a forward, but switched to goaltender out of frustration with how his team’s goaltender was playing. Miller’s younger brother Drew is currently a forward for the Detroit Red Wings and 3 of Miller’s cousins, Kelly Miller, Kip Miller and Kevin Miller are former NHL players. Just like his brother and 3 cousins, Ryan attended Michigan State University and played hockey for the Spartans. At the conclusion of his 4 year college career, Miller set NCAA records in career shutouts (26), shutouts in a season (10) and a single season record for save percentage (.950). Miller was the recipient of the 2001 Hobey Baker Award as the NCAA’s top college hockey player. After completing his college career in 2002, Miller would spend the first 3 seasons with the Rochester Americans, while playing sparingly for the Buffalo Sabres. In 2005/06, Miller seized the Sabres’ net and emerged as a bona-fide NHL starter. Miller would play over 500 games with the Sabres before being traded to the St. Louis Blues at the 2014 NHL Trade Deadline. Miller would finish the 2014 season with the Blues before signing with his current team, the Vancouver Canucks in the 2014 offseason.