Miller gets MVP honours

All-stars: three Americans, two Canadians, one Slovak

28.02.2010
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Canada Hockey Place Vancouver British Columbia Canada

USA goalkeeper Ryan Miller performed a perfect tournament at the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and was named MVP. Photo: Matthew Manor / HHOF-IIHF Images

VANCOUVER – The 2010 Olympic men's hockey all-stars and Most Valuable Player were announced at the gold medal game at Canada Hockey Place. U.S. goalie Ryan Miller was honoured three times.

Miller was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and made the all-star team as voted by journalists. The Buffalo Sabres star was the top goalie statistically throughout the Olympics.

Miller was also named Best Goalie by the tournament directorate.

The all-star team featured three Americans, two Canadians, and one Slovak.

419,444 spectators attended the games of the Olympic men’s ice hockey tournament – an average of 16,381 fans (Canada Hockey Place: 17,162; UBC Thunderbird Arena: 5,455).

Media All-Star Team:

G – Ryan Miller (USA)
D – Brian Rafalski (USA)
D – Shea Weber (CAN)
F – Jonathan Toews (CAN)
F – Zach Parise (USA)
F – Pavol Demitra (SVK)

MVP – Ryan Miller (USA)

The Directorate Awards were also announced:

Best Goalie: Ryan Miller (USA)
Best Defenceman: Brian Rafalski (USA)
Best Forward: Jonathan Toews (CAN)

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