Found March 14, 2013 on
These days, there is more than enough chatter about Ryan Miller to go around. Some people want him traded before this year’s deadline because they see him walking at the end of next year when he becomes a free agent, while others think that is the worst decision this team could possible make. They feel like the team in front of him has been a flaming pile of dog-do and without him, the Sabres would be lucky to win a game. I honestly don’t have a definitive position on the subject, although I would lean towards the argument of keeping him.
While I do admit he lets in soft goals on occasion (then again every goalie does), I can see the argument that he has single handedly won dozens of games over the last few years where the team in front of him got outplayed significantly by the opposing team.
Having said that, I wanted to come up with a way to measure Miller’s consistency and compare it to other Sabres netminders, and other goalies around the league. I thought about u...
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I'm pretty confident that the Sabres would be happy to get, say, a 5th or 6th-round draft choice for Jochen Hecht on or before April 3rd. Hey, John Scott was dealt for a 5th-rounder last season at the trade deadline, so who knows?
To all of you Sabres fans who think such a return would be worthless, and can't understand why Buffalo would demote Brian Flynn or Marcus Foligno...
Buffalo Sabres defenseman Alexander Sulzer will miss the rest of the season after having surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right knee.
Interim coach Ron Rolston provided the update Thursday, after Sulzer was spotted walking on crutches in the locker room. Sulzer had missed eight games since being hurt when his skate got caught in a rut in a 4-0 loss to the Islanders on Feb...
Tyler Ennis is expected to return to the lineup Saturday afternoon(Photo Courtesy: Dan Hickling)
Despite the announcement that Alexander Sulzer will miss the remainder of the season due to knee surgery, there was some good news that came out of Sabres practice this morning at First Niagara Center.
Tyler Ennis, who missed Tuesday’s game against New York, and Ville Leino, who hasn’t...
The Hockey Central Insiders on Sportsnet, Nick Kypreos, Chris Johnston and John Shannon mentions the Panthers, Sabres and Flames will be sellers this season.
Kypreos brought up the Ryan Miller trade talk and John Shannon discussed the GM Meetings and what is going on with the Coyotes.
A bunch of situations to discuss this week, so let’s get right into it:
Buffalo Sabres- Ryan Miller is dealing with a sinus infection, and although Buffalo doesn’t play again until Saturday, there’s a chance he may miss that game. Miller has lost four in a row (one was in a shootout where he came in the third period late in a tie game) but has yet to show flashes...
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- The Buffalo Sabres have traded defenseman T.J. Brennan to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a fifth-round pick in this year's draft.
The move came after Buffalo already began shuffling its roster by returning rookie center Mikhail Grigorenko to his team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.
Brennan had one goal in 10 games this season. He also had...
The New York Rangers and Buffalo Sabres hooked up for the second time in nine days with each team headed in opposite directions. The Rangers are winners of five of their last six games, including a 3-2 shootout win over the Sabres last Sunday at Madison Square Garden. The win snapped the Sabres three game winning streak [...]
The Sabres were without Tyler Ennis and Ryan Miller, are one of the worst teams in the league, and don’t play defense, so this game was supposed to be a cakewalk. It wasn’t, and while the Sabres were lucky to get out of the first ten minutes scoreless, they outplayed the Rangers in the second, forcing a lot of penalties. The Rangers played fairly well, but had some sloppy stretches...