Found February 17, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
YouTube.com Ryan Miller of the Buffalo Sabres played a great game in goal against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday — Hockey Day in America, in case you didn’t know. With the game tied 3-3 with just over three minutes left in the third period, Miller darted to his left to make a glove save on James Neal’s one-timer. Watch the awesomeness below: Unfortunately for Miller, the Penguins won 4-3 when defenseman Paul Martin scored with 2:04 left. After the game Miller was asked about the loss and turnovers in the defensive zone. Turns out, Ryan Miller does not like turnovers or losing. (Audio here.) Miller: “…Teams are gonna come hard, especially if they sense we have trouble getting out…” Reporter: “Seems to be bugging you…” Miller: “Well, just f*cking losing again. It’s 3-3 you get to overtime; it’s 3-2, f*cking make ‘em come all the way down. Just..work too hard. I don’t know. Just…” “We’re neither confident enough or experienced enough with a lead in the third period, and it burned us. It’s not acceptable.” Buffalo is 6-9-1, last in the Northeast Division of the Eastern Conference. Even, Charlie Sheen weighed in on the situation: watching the best goalie in the worldRyan Miller,stand on his head,then some dooshy teammategot in his way.#sux twitpic.com/c4nb4y — Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) February 17, 2013 [h/t: SBNation] Filed under: Hockey
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