The Edge: Buffalo Sabres vs. Boston Bruins-Goaltending

April 15th, 2010 by Spencer Timkey Leave a reply »
The Edge will break down the Buffalo Sabres and Boston Bruins to see which team has the advantage at each position. For a look at the defensive side of things, click here . For offense, click here

Buffalo Sabres

When the Buffalo Sabres take on Northeast Division rival Boston in the first round of the postseason, three words will shine brighter than the Las Vegas strip.

It's Miller Time.

Buffalo's netminder, not only an American hero, is a Vezina Trophy favorite. He has been by far Buffalo's best player on the ice this season. Without Miller, the Sabres would probably not be Northeast Division champions–and maybe not even in the postseason.

But don't let those situations scare you, kiddies. Ryan Miller is here to save the day.

This season, Miller won a career-high 41 games (69 GP). The last time he won 40 games in a season, the Buffalo Sabres went to the Eastern Conference Finals.

With a 2.22 GAA and .929 save percentage on the season, he has continually shut the door on many of the league's sup ...

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