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Miller trades fan puck for Thin Mint cookies, doesn't share with his wife

Actress tweets her displeasure that Ducks goalie left box at Honda Center

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / NHL.com Staff Writer

Anaheim Ducks goalie Ryan Miller may have some explaining to do to his valentine.

Before a game against the Calgary Flames at Honda Center on Thursday, Miller spotted a fan in the crowd holding a sign with a simple trade proposal: A box of Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies for a puck.

Miller skated over, tossed the puck, caught the green box of Thin Mints in his glove, gave a triumphant fist pump with his goalie stick and skated over to hand the coveted cookies to a member of the Ducks staff.

Tweet from @AnaheimDucks: Pucks for Thin Mints sounds like a good trade to us, @RyanMiller3039. pic.twitter.com/pACOBmKwhq

But the story doesn't end there.

Reasonably, Miller's wife, actress Noureen DeWulf, expected him to share. She would be disappointed.

Tweet from @noureendewulf: I asked where they were so I could have one and he told me he left them in the freezer at the rink so he could enjoy them as his pre-game snack 🙄������🤷🏽��������� https://t.co/HtSwUKtvgi

Hard to blame Miller in this situation. He did it all for the cookies.

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