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Ryan Miller's Buffalo townhouse goes up for sale

By John Vogl

Ryan Miller said today his future with the Sabres is undecided. He's apparently decided he can unload his Buffalo home, though.

Miller's townhouse in the city has been listed for sale at Miller purchased the residence in 2006 for $348,500, according to Buffalo News real estate transactions. It was listed today with an asking price of $659,900.

The news came on the eve of Miller playing his 500th game, all with the Sabres. The season finale against the New York Islanders will possibly be his final game in Buffalo. The team is rebuilding, and the 32-year-old is in the final year of his contract.

“I don’t know which way it’s going to go, so I’m not going to talk like I’m gone,” Miller said today. “I think I’ve got a lot more hockey in me, so being able to just kind of reflect and enjoy a moment is nice, but it’s going to be another hockey game and I have to prepare and compete."

Though the sale can be taken as a sign Miller believes his time in Buffalo is up, it should also be noted he does not spend his offseasons in Western New York -- and the Sabres are set for another long offseason. He used to go back to his native Michigan for summers, but he now lives with his wife in California.


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John Vogl

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