The Buffalo Sabres will most likely not make the playoffs.
Before the season started, Buffalo looked like a team that could fly under the radar and make some noise. They are currently six points behind Toronto for the final playoff spot.
It is possible the Sabres could make a run into April, but this team has been too underwhelming to inspire confidence.
The same is true of Ryan Miller.
The 31-year-old goaltender has been better of late. but the 2011-2011 campaign has not been good for him. His save percentage (.908) is the lowest it's been since 2008.
His 2.75 goals-against average is a career-worst.
But even with his struggles, the U.S. Olympic goalie is still coveted and a top talent. Most teams would jump at the chance to land his services.
Sources say Miller is unhappy in Buffalo and would waive his no-trade clause.
Seeing No. 30 moved by the deadline would be no surprise.
So who should entertain the possibility of Miller in their crease?