Ryan Miller, following a long season-ending chat today, didn't want to keep his injury secret any longer. He acknowledged the injury that sidelined him late in the year was a concussion. His head got dinged by four shots in a week, with blasts from New Jersey's Brian Rolston and Toronto's Dion Phaneuf doing the most damage, though it was the cumulative effect that sidelined him.
He acknowledged he did have a significant bruise on his collarbone area, but that wouldn't have made him miss the number of games the concussion did.
To hear Miller's thoughts on the season, the future and the Sabres' goaltending situation, click the audio below.