That’s the [email protected] holds the most wins among U.S.-born netminders, passing John Vanbiesbrouck! pic.twitter.com/b6HcQ55uBf— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) February 18, 2019Miller, making his first start since Dec. 9 after missing 24 games with a knee injury, previously had tied the record in a comeback victory over the Caps back on Dec. 2.”Very satisfying being able to come off injury and make a difference in the game,” Miller said. “Pretty emotional for a couple reasons. When you have a knee injury, it’s always uncertain what’s going to happen. It took a lot longer than I hoped. But there was satisfaction tonight. The boys played a great game. I was able to get back in. I had a few clunky moments, but I worked through it. It’s quite a nice feeling to get the win.”Miller, 38, is 5-2-1 with a 2.64 GAA in 11 games this season. He is in his second season in Anaheim after stints with the Sabres, Blues and Canucks. Ryan Miller had himself a record-breaking Sunday night.The Ducks goaltender made 23 saves in a 5-2 win over the Capitals to earn his 375th career victory and break a tie with John Vanbiesbrouck to become the all-time leader in wins by a U.S.-born goalie.