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After one game, Miller 'very open' to re-signing with St. Louis


(Photo by the Associated Press)

By John Vogl

DALLAS -- Ryan Miller has played only one game for St. Louis, but the questions are already coming about whether he'll re-sign with the Blues.

"I'm very open to it," Miller told reporters in St. Louis today, "but right now, it's more about the hockey. We're going to have a lot of time later on to feel that out.

"It's definitely a possibility."

Sabres fans should hope Miller likes and/or succeeds in St. Louis. If the goaltender re-signs with the Blues before the draft or the team reaches the Western Conference finals, Buffalo gets the Blues' first-round draft pick this June. The conditional pick could fall to a third-round selection in 2016.

Here are the videos from the first news conference in St. Louis for Miller and Steve Ott.


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