WATCH: How to spot a bad goalie with a bad game

If you think there’s a lot of good goaltending in the NHL, you’re probably right.

The numbers are staggering.

The league has had five goaltenders in the top five of goalies with at least 200 shots allowed (minimum 200) in the past three seasons.

Three have won the Vezina Trophy (Mike Smith, Tuukka Rask, Cam Ward), and two have won their league’s Vezana.

But the real story is not the top goaltender in the league.

It’s the goaltender who has the worst save percentage and save percentage differential.

There are three goalies who are worse than .900 in save percentage, according to, and they’re Ryan Miller, Henrik Lundqvist, and Carey Price.

There is no goalie who has a better save percentage than Miller (93.2), Lundqvism (93) and Price (90).

The numbers say Miller is better than Price.

The save percentage difference between Miller and Lundqvists is about .7, and the save percentage between Miller, Lundqvista, and Price is about one-tenth of a percentage point.

That’s a significant difference in the save percentages of the top three goalenders.

But if Miller’s numbers look similar to Lundqvids, it’s because he’s just playing the same game as Lundqvish, who is better defensively than Miller, and has played a lot more.

The reason Miller is so good is because of his defensive game.

He’s always been a tough guy.

He has a great sense of the ice and his hockey sense.

He knows when to go to the net and when to stick his stick.

Miller can also take advantage of poor defensive zone coverage.

Miller is great at taking away the puck, getting in front of it, and then turning the puck over.

He can also make good use of his shot.

Miller makes his shots on net, but he has a strong shot.

He does this so well that he has won Stanley Cups and he has earned a spot in the All-Star Game.

Miller’s shots have been in the 50s or 60s per game for most of his career.

He is good at making his shots, but not so good at creating the opportunities to make those shots.

The best goaltenders can create shots.

They’re good at finding openings and creating the chances to make them.

When Miller and the other top goalies are playing together, Miller’s zone coverage is a big factor in how often they make their shots.

He gets away from Miller’s side of the rink and has a hard time defending him.

It creates a huge advantage for Miller.

The NHL is getting better at preventing shots from bad goaltenders.

The number of shots allowed per game has dropped dramatically.

This season, it is nearly 40 percent fewer shots than last year.

There has been a lot going on with the shootout.

Teams have moved away from it, which has led to fewer shootout opportunities.

Miller has been the only goalie to score more than three goals in the shootout, which is the only time in the last 10 years when the league has allowed fewer goals in its shootout.

Miller, who has been on the ice for more than 200 shots, has allowed one goal in three of the last four games.

Miller was a factor in a shootout loss to the New York Islanders last season.

Miller had a strong start to the season, scoring a goal in a 3-2 win over the Islanders on March 13, but the rest of the Islanders offense was not kind to Miller’s play.

The Islanders were outshot 31-18, but Miller was just 0-for-5 with no goals.

Miller did his part to make things interesting for the Flyers.

He took the first shot on the night of the Flyers’ second game.

The Flyers went ahead in the third and won 4-2.

The team then scored the first goal in regulation against the Montreal Canadiens.

Miller scored the tying goal in the final minute of the first period to send the Flyers to overtime.

The goal put the Flyers on the verge of victory in regulation.

It was Miller’s first goal since March 26, 2013 against the Dallas Stars.

Miller then scored his second goal of the night, his second of the season against the New Jersey Devils, on March 28.

The second goal was the third of Miller’s career.

The third goal was his first of the year.

The first goal was Miller scoring the tying overtime goal.

Miller also scored the winning goal of his NHL career, his fourth of the 2015-16 season.

He also scored a game-winning goal against the Philadelphia Flyers on April 3, 2016, in a 4-3 victory.

Miller became the first goaltender in NHL history to win a shootout game in six straight seasons.

Miller set a record for goals in a regulation loss by allowing two goals on eight shots in the first minute of overtime against the Nashville Predators on February 26, 2017.

He had one goal and