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Miller due for a rest soon

The Sabres began a stretch of four games in six nights with Tuesday's loss to the Devils.

Thursday's game against the Flyers starts a run of three games in four days, including a 12:30 p.m. start Sunday against the Penguins in First Niagara Center.

That means Ryan Miller is due for a rest soon. The Sabres' goalie has started 10 straight games.

"It’ll be a conversation I’ll have with Ryan today," Sabres coach Lindy Ruff said after practice in First Niagara Center. "But I think if you look at four in less than six [days] and an afternoon game in there with three in less than four [days], Jhonas [Enroth] is probably going to have to play one of these two [either Thursday in Philadelphia or Friday at home against Montreal]."

The complete audio of Ruff's interview is below.

Lindy Ruff

---Jay Skurski


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