‘The Sabres are multiple years and/or players away from being a legitimate Stanley Cup hopeful. Miller is about to enter the downside of his career. He hasn’t won a playoff series since George W. Bush was president. Though the Sabres have plenty of room under the salary cap, he’ll be too costly to re-sign in terms of value. Plus, the odds of doing it are slim. He appears ready to move on. The Sabres have stockpiled the crease organizationally, and with some luck and development they have his successor.’
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