The chants were loud and raucous. "USA! USA! USA!" rang throughout the sold-out HSBC Arena. The fans had good reason to cheer. Ryan Miller had held the red-hot Washington Capitals and Alex Ovechkin scoreless into the third period. Miller had just dived across the mouth of his net to make a spectacular glove save on a shot from the Caps' Brendan Morrison. The crowd, which had been appreciative of Millers play all night, leaped to its feet. That is when the chanting started. The city of Buffalo has seen good goaltending before (See: Hasek, Dominic). When a Buffalo crowd shows its appreciation in that manner, it is not to be taken lightly. Miller's statistics tend to bear this out. Through 25 games, Miller has a league-leading 1.82 goals-against average. He's stacked up 17 wins against just ...
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