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U.S. goalie Ryan Miller voted MVP of men's hockey tournament

February 28, 2010 |  9:42 pm

U.S. goaltender Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres was voted the most valuable player of the men's Olympic hockey tournament after leading his team to the gold-medal game.

Miller had a 1.35 goals-against average and .946 save percentage in six games, spanning 355 minutes and seven seconds.

The tournament all-star team, as selected by the media,  had Miller in goal, Brian Rafalski of the U.S. and Shea Weber of Canada on defense, and at forward Pavol Demitra of Slovakia, Jonathan Toews of Canada and Zach Parise of the U.S.

 

The tournament directorate's best player awards were won by Miller, Rafalski and Toews.

 

--Helene Elliott in Vancouver, Canada

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