Ryan Miller, the Goalie for the Sabres, has said he is suffering from whiplash and headaches. The problems are the result of a hit from Boston’s Milan Lucic from Saturday’s game.
Ryan Miller, lip quivering while he talked for nearly 10 minutes today, said he’s suffering from headaches and whiplash following the hit from Boston’s Milan Lucic on Saturday. The Sabres’ goaltender has no timetable for a return to the crease.
“I’m not as well as I’d like to be, but considering, I feel alright,” Miller said during a surprise appearance in the First Niagara Center dressing room. “My neck is pretty sore. I’m trying to figure out if that’s more of a source of headaches or if what I’m really feeling was my head really started hurting.
“You always are concerned. Last year I thought I had a very simple ‘get your bell rung,’ and I missed five games. This, I don’t know how to put a timeline on it, but I am encouraged that my neck feels better. Once that really feels good, I can start to make my way back.”
Miller is disappointed the NHL decided not to issue supplemental discipline to Lucic for the blast, and he’s also unhappy with Boston’s comments that the forceful collision might not even be the source of his ailment. He has no doubt the hit is the reason for his… continue reading
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