If you're looking for some classic Buffalo Sabres memorabilia from the team's last great era -- Ryan Miller has the hook up.

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Former Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller is auctioning off a collection of hockey memorabilia to benefit food banks in both Buffalo and Anaheim.

The current Ducks goalie took to Instagram to spread the word about the upcoming auction.

Proceeds from the auction will benefit a food bank in Anaheim, along with two Buffalo organizations, FeedMore WNY and the Buffalo Police Athletic League.

According to a statement published on NHL.com, "Ryan called Buffalo home for 11 seasons and has spent the past 3 seasons in Anaheim," read a statement published by Miller's Steadfast Foundation. "Ryan and his wife Noureen have lived in southern California during the off season for 10 years. Both areas are very close to his heart and that is why it was important to give back to them during the Covid-19 pandemic."

Pegula Sports and Entertainment's COVID-19 Fund also supports FeedMore WNY. PSE has pledged $1.2 million to the effort.

Ryan Miller has so far posted photos of items up for the auction, including game-worn pads, gloves, blockers, and sticks.

The auction will be held by Miller's charity, the Steadfast Foundation, according to the Buffalo News.

How cool would it be to have a piece of Buffalo Sabres history to call your own? Bonus points if you wear Miller's pads in a game of driveway hockey!