'“It’s been that way since the Stanley Cup was first up for grabs, since they skated on lakes and ponds,” Miller said. “My dad explained it completely when I was 8 years old. No matter how well you play, when you lose the game, you’re going to get the blame. It’s not always right, it’s not always proper, but I accepted it, being the scapegoat. ‘Scapegoat’ might as well be our middle name.”'
The Sabres Report - December 17, 2003