Miller scored a goal and an assist, both on the power play, in Sunday's 4-3 shootout win over the Capitals.
The 28-year-old blueliner failed to find his way onto the scoresheet through the first five games of the year, but Miller took full advantage of his spot on the Sabres' second power-play unit on an afternoon in which the two teams combined to light the lamp five times with the man advantage. He did score a career-high 10 goals and 41 points a few seasons ago with the Golden Knights, but his role in Buffalo isn't likely to allow him to match those numbers.
Miller will be a healthy scratch during Tuesday's game against the Jets, Mike Harrington of The Buffalo News reports.
Miller is in the midst of a six-game point drought and will come out of the lineup in favor of Lawrence Pilut. Miller has just one goal and 10 assists through 49 appearances. He's played 299 career games, but he will have to wait to play No. 300.
Miller posted two assists and two hits in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs.
Miller set up Johan Larsson and Conor Sheary for second-period tallies. The 27-year-old defenseman has just 11 points, 68 hits and 67 shots on net in 43 outings this year. Miller isn't likely to reach the offensive heights of his Vegas years (70 points in 147 contests), which makes him hard to roster in fantasy.
Miller registered an assist in Thursday's loss to the Red Wings.
Miller played a season-high 22:24 of ice time as a result of Rasmus Dahlin (lower body) being out of the lineup. The apple brings Miller up to eight points in 38 appearances. With Dahlin returning for Friday's tilt with New York, expect Miller to be pushed down the lineup.
Miller has been scratched during three of Buffalo's last four contests.
Miller was scratched for back-to-back games against the Canucks and Red Wings. He re-entered the lineup to play against his former Golden Knights, where he registered an assist. However, he wound up a scratch again during the latest game versus Dallas. He has just seven points in 33 appearances. His value is at an all-time low, and you can safely avoid him.
Miller will be scratched during Saturday's matinee with Los Angeles.
This will make for the third time in four games that Miller is watching from the press box. The blueliner's struggles in Buffalo continue, and he currently sits at just six points through 27 contests. Don't expect him to produce like he did in Vegas, where he registered 70 points over two seasons.
Miller scored the winning goal on his only shot of the game in Sunday's 3-2 overtime victory over the Oilers. He also had two blocks and two hits.
Miller received a cross-crease feed from Marcus Johansson and tucked it past Edmonton goalie Mike Smith for his first goal of the season. It was his first regular-season goal since last February, when he was with Vegas. Miller produced 70 points in two seasons with the Golden Knights but has just five points in his first 24 games with Buffalo.
Miller will be a healthy scratch during Thursday's clash with Carolina, Paul Hamilton of WGR Sports Radio 550 reports.
Miller has been held pointless in his last nine appearances, and he has zero goals and four assists through 17 games. After posting 70 points in 147 games during his two-year stay with the Golden Knights, his transition to Buffalo hasn't gone smoothly. It's best to keep him off your radar until he shows more productivity.
Miller registered a power-play assist, two shots on goal and two blocked shots in Thursday's 3-0 win over the Kings.
Miller has somewhat quietly amassed four helpers in eight games. Three of his assists have come on the man advantage. The 26-year-old defenseman has added a plus-6 rating, 12 hits and 11 shots on goal this year.
Miller recorded his first point as a Sabre during Thursday's win over Pittsburgh.
Miller's helper came on the power play, which ended up being the game-winning goal. He's skating on the second power-play unit and has Rasmus Dahlin as his regular partner. With Brandon Montour out with a hand injury, Miller has a great opportunity to be productive.
The Golden Knights will trade Miller to the Sabres in exchange for a 2021 second-round pick and a 2022 fifth-round pick, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
Miller will bring some additional firepower to a Sabres blue line that has been lacking depth in that area. Despite missing 17 games last season, Miller finished with 29 points and is just one season removed from a 41-point campaign. He should slot into a top-four role for the Sabres next season and will likely work on one of the power-play units as well.
Miller provided a pair of power-play assists and three blocked shots in Thursday's 5-2 loss to the Sharks in Game 5.
Miller now has three points in five games in the series, adding 13 hits, seven blocked shots and eight shots on goal. He had 29 points in 65 contests from the blue line in the regular season. Miller could make for a good DFS play in Sunday's Game 6 in Vegas.
Miller scored a shorthanded goal in a 5-3 victory against the Sharks on Friday.
Right as the Golden Knights killed the first part of a 5-on-3 situation, Erik Karlsson turned the puck over on a terrible pass. Coming out of the penalty box, Miller had a clear breakaway and didn't miss. The Golden Knights tallied two shorthanded goals and a power-play score in the big win.
Miller was handed a $2,000 fine by the league for embellishment, David Schoen of the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
Miller is bogged down in a 13-game goal drought, but he's managed to notch five helpers over that stretch, including two with the man advantage. While the blueliner is logging just 19:39 of ice time per game this season, he remains a critical piece of the power play, averaging 2:24 and tallying 13 of his 29 points with the extra man.
Miller picked up an assist, two shots and a blocked shot in a 3-2 loss to the Wild on Friday.
Miller is at three goals and 26 helpers in 61 games this season, a slightly slower pace than the 41 points he had in 82 contests in the Golden Knights' inaugural campaign. Miller remains a power-play threat with 13 of his points coming with a man advantage, and his 115 hits provide a little extra value in formats that reward physicality.
Miller registered a power-play assist and served four PIM in Monday's 7-3 win over the Sharks.
Miller has 10 PIM in his last four contests, supplying a little value outside of scoring. For the season, he has three goals and 24 helpers in 58 games, with 12 of his 27 points coming on the man advantage. He's currently on the third pairing, so his opportunities to generate offense are somewhat limited.
Miller had two assists, three shots, and a plus-4 rating in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Canucks.
The defender has seen offense come in spurts at times this season. He assisted the last two tallies of a five-goal first period for Vegas. Miller has 26 points (three goals, 23 assists) in 54 appearances, but the consistency of his production is likely to remain limited as long as he's on the third defense pairing.
Miller scored in a 6-5 shootout win over the Panthers on Thursday.
Miller has seen his role reduced with Nick Holden healthy again, but Miller rewarded coach Gerard Gallant's faith with the tally in this contest. He added seven shots on goal and three hits to his stat line. For the season, he has 24 points in 50 games, but it will be hard to roster him if he can't maintain his spot in the lineup.
Miller has only registered two assists in February.
The defenseman had a good start to the year with 17 points in his first 36 games, but in six games this month, he has been limited to two assists. He has ramped up the physicality, delivering 16 hits over that six-game span.
Miller assisted on both of Vegas' goals in Monday's 4-2 loss to the Wild.
Miller has recorded a pair of assists in back-to-back games since returning from an undisclosed injury versus the Penguins on Saturday. And for good measure, his first apple in the latest contest was of the power-play variety. The defenseman has made tremendous strides in the attacking zone compared to his first two years in Boston, improving from 0.28 points per game with the B's to a half-point-per-game pace with the Golden Knights.
|Last 7 Games|
|03/04||@ NYI||L 2-5||0||0||0||0||18:31|
|03/02||@ NYR||L 2-3||0||0||0||0||17:12|
|02/27||vs PHI||L 0-3||0||0||0||-1||17:27|
|02/25||vs NJ||L 3-4 (OT)||0||1||1||+1||17:59|
|02/23||@ NJ||W 4-1||0||0||0||0||16:40|
|02/22||@ NYI||L 2-3||0||0||0||-1||19:01|
|02/20||@ NJ||W 3-2||1||0||1||0||20:46|
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