Even though Vancouver Canucks goalie Ryan Miller was stealing the show, it turned out to be young J.T. Miller who won the game for the New York Rangers.

For two and a half periods it looked as though the Vancouver Canucks were going to steal one at Madison Square Garden. Despite being severely out-shot by the New York Rangers, goalie Ryan Miller had them in position to win with a 2-1 lead.

But then Keith Yandle found Mats Zuccarello all alone in front of the net to tie the game:

And then, it was the other Miller, the much young Miller (J.T. Miller) who ended the game in overtime as he collected a rebound off his own shot and wrapped one pasty Ryan for the game-winner in overtime (video above).

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