January 22, 2013
Ryan Miller still Mr. Everything for Sabres
By TERRY KOSHAN, QMI Agency

Leafs' James van Reimsdyk closes in on Sabres goalie Ryan Miller during NHL action on Monday night in Toronto. (Michael Peake/QMI Agency)

TORONTO - They've added grit in Steve Ott and John Scott, and Cody Hodgson appears to be on the cusp of becoming an everyday front-line player in the National Hockey League.

But for the Buffalo Sabres, it will always come back to goaltender Ryan Miller until the moment the 32-year-old no longer is part of the organization.

And so it was on Monday night that Miller, who has been a pain in the butt for the Maple Leafs since he solidified his place with the Sabres in the 2005-06 season, was the backbone in Buffalo’s 2-1 victory at the Air Canada Centre.



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