Ryan Miller’s townhouse in the Elmwood Village is listed for sale with Realty USA, an indication that the Buffalo Sabres’ season finale Friday could have been Miller’s last game .
The asking price for the 2,700-square-foot property is $659,900, according to an online listing. Miller bought it for $348,000 in 2007, according to county property records.
While Miller may be on his way out, the Buffalo Bills’ new regime is moving in. Head coach Doug Marrone paid $1 million for an Amherst house that was owned by the Bills’ former president, Tom Donahoe, prior to the most recent owner.
The same week in March that Marrone closed on the deal for his house, two staff members – defensive coordinator Mike Pettine and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett – bought homes in Orchard Park, according to county property records.