Ryan Miller Kick Save Vs. Sean Avery Autographed Photo (Hand Signed Collectable)
Item #: 12519504702A
8" x 10"
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The Buffalo Sabres drafted Ryan Miller in 1999 using the 138th overall pick to secure the services of the talented young goaltender. Miller made his NHL debut on November 19 2002 when the Sabres met the New Jersey Devils at Continental Airlines Arena and he spent the next few seasons playing for both the Sabres and their AHL affiliate in Rochester. By 2005 Miller was the Sabres' starting goalie and that year he led the team to a winning season and also the playoffs. Miller won 40 games in 2006 and once again took the Sabres into the playoffs. Ryan Miller has hand signed this 8x10 photograph of him making a stick save against Sean Avery of the New York Rangers during Game Three of the 2007 Eastern Conference Semifinals on April 29 2007 at Madison Square Garden. A Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity is included.
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