Ryan Miller

Before he played 18 seasons as a goalie in the NHL, he starred as one of the best ever in net in his home state. A native of East Lansing, made his mark on the hockey team at Michigan State University, where he recorded 26 shutouts and was the 2001 Hobey Baker Award winner as the nation’s most outstanding collegiate hockey player, among his three seasons in green and white. He led the country in wins, winning percentage, goals against average and shutouts – holding the NCAA record of 10. Miller also played in goal for the United States at the 2010 Olympics.