BUFFALO, N.Y. - Ryan Miller suffered a concussion on Saturday night against Boston and is out indefinitely for the Sabres. The incident happened when Boston's Milan Lucic crashed into Miller while chasing a puck, sending the Sabres' goalie to the ice. Miller remained in the game but left after the second period of Buffalo's 6-2 loss to the Bruins.
Today the Sabres announced that Miller suffered a concussion as a result of the hit and is out indefinitely with the injury. He will not play Monday when Buffalo visit's Montreal.
Jhonas Enroth will take Miller's place in goal and will be backed up by Drew MacIntyre who was called up from the Amerks on Sunday.
MacIntyre is 3-4 for the Amerks this season but has played well as of late, winning his past two starts while allowing a total of just two goals.