‘“You’re representing the National Hockey League in a lot of homes that don’t normally pay attention,” said Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller, who will wear a cap under his helmet and another winter hat on top of it to ward off the cold. It is expected to be 32 degrees at game time.’
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