Best U.S. goalie might be watching Games at home
Barring an unfortunate turn of events, the best U.S.-born goaltender in the NHL will get no closer to Olympic ice than his television clicker or a Turin cafe.
With the start of the Olympic tournament just six weeks off and the U.S. goaltending picture getting uglier by the day, Buffalo Sabres rookie netminder Ryan Miller continues to be a painful reminder of an opportunity lost.
Team USA general manager Don Waddell and the rest of the ...
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