Miller leads the Sabres out for warmups; he starts.
Miller stopped 22 of 24 shots in a win over the Maple Leafs last Friday. The win snapped a four-game losing streak, each of his last two wins have come against Toronto. Tonight he goes head-to-head with Henrik Lundqvist as the Sabres welcome the Rangers to Buffalo.
Miller allowed three goals on 31 shots in a loss to the Canadiens on Wednesday. This has become a reoccurring theme for Miller. Play well, but still on the hook for the loss. With just four wins in 19 outings, it is hard to trust Miller even though his last win did come against the Maple Leafs, who he faces tonight.
It'll be Ryan Miller vs. Carey Price tonight in Buffalo when the Habs take on the Sabres.
Miller allowed two goals on 33 shots in a loss to the Red Wings on Sunday. He continues to play at a high-level (.919 SV%) but the lack off offence and suspect defence continues to plague Miller. His 3.11 GAA is not going to get the job done for his owners, at this point, you are just waiting for him to be traded.
Miller leads the Sabres onto the ice for warm-ups.
Miller was great again stopping 42 of 45 shots but was on the hook for the loss on Thursday vs. Philadelphia. It was his seventh 40-plus save performance of the season. He continues to get limited goal support and won't rack you up many wins. Miller catches a break with Pavel Datsyuk out today when he faces the Red Wings.
Miller is the first goalie off at Sabres morning skate.
Miller surrendered four goals on 31 shots in a loss to the Blues on Tuesday. The Sabres scored on their first shot of the game, but their lead evaporated a minute later, and they could not beat Jaroslav Halak for the rest of the evening. Tonight he will face a Flyers team who has won four out of their last five, outscoring their opponents 18-8 in that span.
Miller stopped 32 of 33 shots to lead the Sabres to a win over the Leafs on Friday. It was his second straight win and third in his last four starts. Miller's .919 SV% is evidence that Miller has played well, but needs more help from the young squad in front of him. Miller has a tough matchup tonight vs. St. Louis.
Miller stopped 32 of 33 shots in a 3-1 win over the Maple Leafs on Friday. He will face the Leafs again tonight but this time in Toronto. Miller is 2-5-0 with a 3.27 GAA and .924 SV% away from Buffalo this season. We will see if lightning can strike twice.
Miller was great stopping 43 of 45 shots in a shootout win over the Kings on Tuesday. Miller continues to keep his team in games, but has not had enough goal support. It was just his third win of the season, Miller looks for his fourth tonight vs. a depleted Maple Leafs lineup.
Miller surrendered six goals on 34 shots before being pulled for the third period in a blowout loss to the Ducks on Friday. Yep, the Sabres gave up 34 shots in two periods… Miller can not be trusted as a fantasy netminder until he is traded.
On Tuesday, Miller was under fire all from the opening whistle. Miller stopped 47 of 51 shots that San Jose threw his way, but he battled to a 5-4 shootout win. It was just his second win of the season, but Miller looks to get number three tonight vs. the red-hot Anaheim Ducks.
Miller lost his sixth consecutive start when allowed two goals on 46 shots vs. the Rangers. Once again, Miller was under siege most of the night. He played very well, but was still on the hook for the loss. Miller has limited value until he gets traded. The Sabres 1.56 goals per game (30th in NHL) average isn't going to help him win games.
Miller allowed four goals on 29 shots for his ninth loss of the season on Monday. Buffalo's lousy defense has made it difficult to endorse Miller as a fantasy starter. However he has a favourable matchup tonight, when he will take on an equally poor Rangers squad.
Miller stopped 36 of 39 shots in a 3-2 loss to the Lightning on Saturday. It was Miller's fourth consecutive loss and it brought his record to 1-8-0 with a 3.02 GAA and .918 SV%. He is doing all he can, but with the Sabres trading Vanek last night, Miller could be the next one on his way out.
Miller gave up five goals on 34 shots in a loss to the Bruins on Wednesday. After a strong start, Miller has lost his last three starts while giving up 12 goals. His GAA has inflated to 3.01 and SV% sits at .918. The Lightning rank third in the NHL in scoring (3.44 G/G) so Miller isn't an ideal start tonight.
Miller allowed four goals on 26 shots in a loss to the Avalanche on Saturday. It was Miller's worst outing of the season, but he still sits at a respectable 2.72 GAA and a great .926 SV%. He will look to move to 2-6-0 tonight, but it won't be easy with the Bruins in town.