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Ryan Miller will start in net to face his former team in

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Stat Pack
6-6-3, 15 Pts Record 8-5-2, 18 Pts
5th in Pacific, 9th in West, 26th in NHL Standings 6th in Central, 12th in the West, 10th in NHL
2.80 GF/GP 2.80
3.07 GA/GP 2.40
10.6% Power Play 16.4%
85.1% Penalty Kill 79.6%
Rickard Rakell (6G) Goals Derek Dorsett (7G)
Derek Grant, Andrew Cogliano, Josh Manson(6A) Assists Brock Boeser (9A)
Rakell (11P) Points Boeser (14P)
Nick Ritchie, Brandon Montour, Hampus Lindholm, Grant, Rakell (1PPG) PPG Bo Horvat (3PPG)
Cam Fowler, Chris Wagner, Montour (1SHG) SHG Dorsett (2SHG)
Lindholm (23:46), Rakell (20:41) TOI/GP (D&F) Michael Del Zotto (24:17); Horvat (18:40)
Jakob Silfverberg (55.27), Hampus Lindholm (54.02) SAT% 5on5 (F&D) Daniel Sedin (58.87); Derrick Pouliot (56.49)
Ryan Miller GOALIES Jacob Markstrom
1-0-2 Record 5-4-2
.946 Save % .917
29 SA/GP 25.83

Projected Lines


Rickard Rakell - Derek Grant - Corey Perry

Andrew Cogliano - Chris Wagner - Jakob Silverberg

Nick Ritchie - Antoine Vermette - Kevin Roy

Logan Shaw - Dennis Rasmussen - Anyone That Can Dress

Hampus Lindholm - Josh Manson

Francois Beauchemin - Brandon Montour

Sami Vatanen - Kevin Bieksa

Ryan Miller



Sven Baertschi - Bo Horvat - Brock Boeser

Daniel Sedin - Henrik Sedin - Jake Virtanen

Thomas Vanek - Alex Burmistrov - Sam Gagner

Brendan Gaunce - Brandon Sutter - Derek Dorsett

Ben Hutton - Alexander Edler

Derrick Pouliot - Erik Gudbrandson

Michael Del Zotto - Alex Biega

Numbers for Nerds

As we all know, Ryan Miller will be starting in net against his former team, the Vancouver Canucks. Last season, he posted a 18-29-6 record in 54 games played with the Canucks. By the end of the season, he posted a .914 Sv% and 2.80 GAA. Now he's with the Anaheim Ducks, and although he has only played in 3 games thus far (1-0-2), he is currently at .946 Sv% and 2.13 GAA. It should be interesting to see how he compares to last season serving as the back-up goaltender in Anaheim.