After extending Brian Elliott on Monday, the St. Louis Blues appear unlikely to sign UFA goalie Ryan Miller. Miller, you recall, spent his entire career with Buffalo up until the 2014 trade deadline, when he jumped to St. Louis. Miller put up a .903 save percentage with the Blues over 19 games. I guess that was all Doug Armstrong needed to see.
Now, once again, we face an interesting question: should the Capitals sign Miller? Do they need stability in net before they can jumpstart their offense? Would an injection of experience even out a weary defense? Can he make the big saves in big games, which are definitely more important than the small saves in minuscule games.
Let’s weigh the matter carefully.
What would Ryan Miller bring to the Capitals?
Can Washington fit Miller’s salary in under the cap?
What would Miller mean for Holtby’s confidence and Grubauer’s development?
So… should they do it?
Good talk, guys.