June 26, 1999: Selected by Sabres in fifth round of the NHL Draft.
April 6, 2001: Wins Hobey Baker Award as best NCAA player after going 31-5-4 for Michigan State.
Oct. 11, 2002: Voted game’s First Star in professional debut with Rochester, makes 17 saves in 2-2 tie with Albany.
Nov. 19, 2002: Makes NHL debut in 4-3 overtime loss in New Jersey.
Nov. 22, 2002: Earns first NHL victory with 5-4 home win over Columbus.
Jan. 14, 2003: NCAA’s career shutout leader gets first in NHL with 1-0, 22-save victory in Minnesota.
October 2003: Chosen as opening-night starter, loses first two games and is sent to Rochester.
Dec. 10, 2003: Michigan native suffers 7-2 loss in Buffalo to hometown Red Wings in third and final appearance of season.
2004-05: Goes 41-17-4 for Rochester during NHL lockout to lead Amerks to best record in American Hockey League.
Dec. 19, 2005: Returns from broken thumb and goes on 19-4-2 run as Sabres finish fifth overall with 52-24-6 record.
Spring 2006: Goes 11-7 with 2.56 goals-against average and .908 save percentage in playoffs as Sabres advance to Eastern Conference final but lose to Carolina in Game Seven.
Sept. 8, 2006: Signs three-year, $8 million contract.
October 2006: Wins his first eight starts as Sabres tie NHL record with victories in opening 10 games.
Feb. 13, 2007: Hosts inaugural “Catwalk for Charity” to benefit his cancer-fighting Steadfast Foundation.
2006-07: Finishes 40-16-6 as Sabres win Presidents’ Trophy as best regular-season team.
Spring 2007: Goes 9-7 with 2.22 GAA, .922 save percentage in postseason as Sabres advance to second straight Eastern Conference final but lose to Ottawa in five games.
2007-08: Sets franchise record with 76 appearances; 34 in a row. Save percentage of .906 lowest of career, Sabres miss playoffs.
July 18, 2008: Agrees to five-year, $31.25 million contract extension.
Fall 2008: Starts season 7-1-1, including back-to-back shutouts of New Jersey and Washington.
Feb. 21, 2009: Suffers ankle sprain after getting bumped by Rangers’ Scott Gomez, misses 13 games.
April 9, 2009: Finishes season 34-18-6 as Sabres miss playoffs for second straight year.
October 2009: Opens season with 8-0-1 record en route to 12-2-1 start.
Jan. 1, 2010: USA Hockey names Miller to 2010 Olympic team.
Feb. 21, 2010: Makes 42 saves as United States beats host Canada, 5-3, to advance to medal round.
Feb. 28, 2010: Named Most Outstanding Player of Olympics as U.S. earns silver with 3-2 overtime loss to Canada in gold-medal game.
April 10, 2010: Finishes season 41-18-8 with 2.22 GAA, .929 save percentage as Sabres win Northeast Division.
April 2010: Goes 2-4 with 2.34 GAA .926 save percentage as Sabres lose to Boston in opening round of playoffs.
June 23, 2010: Wins Vezina Trophy as NHL’s top goaltender and NHL Foundation Player Award for community work.
November 2010-February 2011: Makes 31 starts in a row. Streak ends after Miller allows seven goals to Islanders in 7-6 overtime loss.
April 2011: Goes 3-4 with 2.93 GAA, .917 save percentage as Sabres lose to Philadelphia in seven games in opening round of playoffs.
Nov. 12, 2011: Suffers concussion after getting run over by Boston’s Milan Lucic in game that changes Sabres’ season.
Feb. 29-March 1, 2012: Totals 82 saves in back-to-back shutouts of Anaheim and San Jose.
December 2012: Sits at bargaining table for players’ association during NHL lockout.
April 26, 2013: Plays 500th career game in season finale, waves to fans following 30-save victory on same day news breaks that he’s selling his Buffalo home.
October 2013: Starts season 1-10 as Sabres prove themselves as worst team in league.
Dec. 29, 2013: Sets career high with 49 saves, plus another six in shootout, in 2-1 victory over Washington.
Jan. 1, 2014: USA Hockey names Miller to 2014 Olympic team.
Feb. 16, 2014: Miller makes 17 saves in 5-1 Olympic victory over Slovenia.
Feb. 28, 2014: Sabres trade Miller and Steve Ott to St. Louis for three players and two draft choices.