It's not every day you see Ryan Miller fight in a hockey game. Actually, I don't know if I can recall him fighting ever during a game as a Sabre. But, tonight was the night.
Chaos ensued during the third period of the game, immediately after Buffalo’s Corey Tropp and Toronto’s Jamie Devane dropped the gloves. Once Tropp...
Four straight losses and counting for the Buffalo Sabres. Ryan Miller had a rough night in goal, giving up the deciding goal with 1.5 seconds left in overtime as Toronto handed the Sabres a 4-3 defeat.
In two games out west the Sabres have yet to give up a goal. Ryan Miller posted his second straight shutout making 39 saves as the Sabres held off the San Jose Sharks 1-0 on Thursday night. That came just one night after he made 43 saves in a 2-0 win in Anaheim on Wednesday night. So that's 82 saves in consecutive nights for the Sabres goaltender.
It's hard to hold back excitement for the Buffalo Sabres. They get a new owner and it's like a breath of fresh air. Suddenly the arena is getting updates, it's even got a new name, players are waiving no trade clauses to come here, and they've taken the excitement that we already had for our beloved Sabres and amped it up to 11. Wednesday, they gave some fans a new reason to get excited.
What the hell happened yesterday? Maybe I jinxed myself by having a 5:00 Easter Dinner reservation right in the middle of the Sabres game. Actually the reservation was made before game 6 was even scheduled. To say that I was very disheartened is quite an understatement. A home game in our own house with our fans inside and outside the Arena and we still could not put it away.
Jason Pominville scored a first period goal and Ryan Miller did the rest, stopping all 32 shots he faced in the Buffalo Sabres 1-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers to even their best of seven playoff series at two games apiece. Miller was spectacular at times but there was no save bigger than the one he made on former Sabre captain Daniel Briere who was parked all alone in front of the Buffal
I was broken hearted the day that I heard that Danny Briere was leaving the Buffalo Sabres. He's now in Philadelphia and that alone is making this series worth every minute to watch. Its strange to think that Ryan Miller and Daniel Briere who were friends for years would suddenly have to become opponents but it's great to see two incredible players going after each other. Wednesday night, Ryan