The Starting Goalie For USA Hockey Will Be...

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Team USA will take this ice this Thursday, but there is just one problem. No one knows who will be the starting goaltender. It seems you can have to much of a good thing. USA Hockey has two All-Start caliber choices in net. There are three-way this could go. You be the judge.

Choice One: Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres

Miller was the starting goalie for USA Hockey during the 2010 Winter Olympics. Miller backstopped team USA to a silver medal during the 2010 games, and was named the MVP of the tournament. The 33-year-old is most likely playing in his last Olympics and has more than enough experience to help the U.S team fight for a place on the podium.   Ryan Miller. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

NHL.com has this quote from Miller

“I would hope I would be more experienced and have some knowledge to draw on, so I hope I am more involved as a person and a goaltender,” he said after the  Americans practiced Tuesday at the Bolshoy Ice Dome training rink. “Again, it is a quick tournament, anything can happen. I’m just trying to be focused and ready.

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Tags: 2014 Sochi Olympics Buffalo Sabres Dan Bylsma Jonathan Quick Los Angeles Kings Ryan Miller USA Hockey Winter Olympics

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