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My top five Buffalo Sabres of all time have been decided. As a few of you mentioned in the comments of my previous post, you pretty much have the five players remaining.
I found it very interesting at the debate between Dominik Hasek and Gil Perreault for #1, and it did make me reconsider my decision.
However, I've now come up with my entire top 20, and here are the top 5:
5: Craig Ram...
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The name of the game for the Buffalo Sabres is rebuild, rebuild, rebuild. With rebuilding comes shedding salary. The second-largest salary on the Sabres belongs to veteran goalie Ryan Miller. Miller recently sold his Buffalo-area townhouse. His late-season comments last year sounded like a guy who was ready to move on. And frankly, there is no reason for the Sabres...
The Buffalo Sabres appear to be accepting the fact that they might have Ryan Miller and Thomas Vanek when training camp begins in a couple of months. Darcy Regier, GM of the Sabres, believes lineups settle down in July and trade talk dies down until training camp.
As a result, Miller and Vanek might be with the Sabres as the team begins their preseason schedule.
The Buffalo Sabres have been trying to clear room on their roster but aren’t having any luck making trades. Two of the players they’ve been shopping the most are goalie Ryan Miller and forward Thomas Vanek. Unfortunately no one seems that interested and for one great reason, money.
The conversation then moved to trades, namely those involving Ryan Miller and Thomas Vanek. Regier...
'15 RB Mike Weber talks 'Bama trip, his upcoming trip to Michigan and more.
Narrowing down the top Sabres of all-time isn't easy. Now I'm into the top 10 and it's hard to leave some guys out.
10. Rene Robert- He was never drafted by the NHL, but eventually became a part of the greatest line in Sabres history- The French Connection. Robert was offered a five game tryout with the Toronto Maple Leafs, but he didn't perform well.
If you are a Buffalo Sabres fan hearing the name “Ryan Miller” is sure to incite some sort of emotion. Whether it is admiration for all that he has done for the team over the years, or discontent with never advancing past the Eastern Conference Finals, some sort of feelings are conjured up. In past moments of disappointment however, blame was seldom ever squarely placed on Millsie’s...
Thirty three years ago today, Ryan Miller was born in East Lansing, Michigan.
Happy Birthday, Ryan.
Happy birthday, Ryan Miller! pic.twitter.com/nFKTvgquD4â Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) July 17, 2013...