Five important faces of US hockey will be inducted into the US Hockey Hall of Fame in 2022, including former National League goalkeeper Ryan Miller.
Along with Miller, twin sisters Monique and Jocelyn Lamoreaux, former USA Hockey Executive Jim Johansson and Para hockey player Steve Cash will join the hall at a gala on November 30 in St. Paul, Minnesota.
“These five individuals have had a hugely positive impact on the game of hockey in the United States,” US Hockey President Mike Tremboli said in a statement Thursday. They have all made unparalleled contributions to the game of hockey through their remarkable careers and the impact they leave will be seen for years to come. We look forward to honoring them as [membres de la] Fiftieth degree in the history of the United States Hall of Fame. “
Miller is undoubtedly the most famous of the five names, and he’s the only one to put on the NHL’s skateboarding boots. He is the American janitor with the most victories to his name with a score of 391.
During his 796-game career, spread over 19 seasons, mostly with the Buffalo Sabers, but also with the St. Louis Blues, Vancouver Canucks and Anaheim Ducks, he scored 391-289-88, scored 2.64 goals against average and a. 914. Savings Ratio.
The former goalkeeper never won the Stanley Cup, but did win the Vézina Cup with the Sabers in 2009-2010. Internationally, he played a major role in the US silver medalist at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.
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