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Sabres' Miller apologizes to Kaleta for comments

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TSN.ca Staff
3/19/2013 12:43:24 PM
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Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller was apologetic towards forward Patrick Kaleta following comments made to the media Sunday.

"What I was told he said and what he actually said were two different things," Miller said Monday night on the team's website. "What he actually said sounded more like a player who just wants to come back and play as soon as possible. He's frustrated he can't be, which is completely what you'd expect.

"I think everyone in Buffalo knows I'm prone to say stupid things that come up over the course of the season," Miller added.

Kaleta, who was coming off a five-game suspension for his hit on New York Rangers forward Brad Richards was not happy with the fact that the team made him a healthy scratch for Sunday's game.
 
"I'm pissed off. I want to play," Kaleta told the Buffalo News prior to Sunday's game. "And especially after watching some things, sitting there watching the game, I want to play. ...I guess they don't need me right now I guess."

"I've been pissed off watching for the past couple weeks. No matter if you're a fan, a player, you guys know what's going on. You should be pissed off. You should play with a little piss and vinegar. You shouldn't be happy. We're not in position we want to be in. We have to work harder, come in and do something about it."
  
When Miller was asked about Kaleta's statements after the game, the outspoken netminder didn't hold back.
  
"He's being dramatic," Miller told the Buffalo News. "We're not discussing what (Kaleta) says to you guys because that's just drama and he needs to just grow up.

"He had a stupid play in a game. He sat, he was punished. He has to get over it and move on."

Ryan Miller (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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