The Vancouver Canucks have signed goalie Ryan Miller to a three-year contract worth $6 million per season, according to multiple reports.
The 2010 Vezina Trophy winner played parts of 11 seasons with the Sabres, where he won 284 games, with a goals-against average of 2.60 and a save percentage of .916.
Miller was acquired at the trade deadline by the St. Louis Blues where he posted a 10-8-1 record and a .903 save percentage. In six playoff games with the Blues, Miller finished 2-4 with a .897 save percentage.
Miller will be reunited with new Canucks general manager Jim Benning, who was part of the group that originally drafted him in Buffalo.