Rumors regarding Ryan Miller’s future in Buffalo has been a hotly debated topic for months, and during a recent radio interview on WGR550-AM Buffalo, Sabres general manager Tim Murray stated that talks for Miller have been ongoing.
“I’ve had talks with a couple of teams. They’ve showed some interest,” Murray said according to the Buffalo News/WGR Radio. “They haven’t done anything yet to change that scenario. Talks are going on for a lot of players. There’s a lot of ideas being thrown about here the last few days.”
The Miller talks go along the lines of Murray’s comments today that everyone on the team could be dealt.
“I have been getting more calls yesterday, the day before and today,’ Murray said. “I’m willing to listen on every single player, so I’m certainly listening on Ryan.”
The question right now isn’t if Miller will be dealt, it’s when. The NHL Olympic trade freeze goes into effect on Friday, February 7 and goes until February 23. That leaves Murray less than two days to deal his star goaltender before having to wait for 16 days.