'A two-year veteran, Miller was a restricted free agent who had rejected the team's qualifying offer last July.'
Archives for September 2004
Note: While we are busy tweaking the front page design to make it more appealing and functional (especially for our mobile readers), you may notice odd layout errors. Please hit "control-F5" to refresh the page and load the latest files. Thank you!
'Selected in the fifth round of the 1999 draft, Miller posted an 0-3-0 record and 5.08 goals-against average in three appearances with Buffalo last season. The 24-year-old Michigan native went 27-25-7 with five shutouts and a 2.21 GAA in 60 games with Rochester. Touted as the Sabres' goalie of the future, the 2001 Hobey Baker Award winner is 6-11-1 with one shutout and a 3.03 GAA in 18 career contests.'
'Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today the team has agreed to one-year contracts with goaltender Ryan Miller, defenseman Doug Janik, and forwards Milan Bartovic and Norm Milley. As is club policy, terms of the deals are not disclosed.'
'Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced today the team has assigned the following 12 players to the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League…'.
'The Buffalo Sabres organization apologizes for the inconvenience this necessary action will cause its loyal fans and business partners. We hope our team will be back in action soon.'
'Buffalo's player payroll is projecting to be in the neighborhood of $41 million, about 20 percent higher than the start of last season.'
'He scored two goals in 42 games in his first season.'
'Buffalo's second-round pick in the 1998 draft, Peters made $350,000 last season.'
'Peters, 24, appeared in 42 games and compiled 151 penalty minutes, the most by a Sabres' rookie since Brad May had 309 in 1991-92. He also had two goals and 17 assists.'
'“Andrew has developed through our system and really took a significant step forward with his career last season,” said Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier. “He is a physical presence on the ice and has become a valuable member of our organization and this community off the ice.”'