Miller receives louder ovation than Crosby in Pittsburgh





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Uploaded on Mar 3, 2010

March 2, 2010 -- Buffalo Sabres vs. Pittsburgh Penguins.

Olympians for both teams were announced before the game, with Ryan Miller drawing the loudest and most sustained cheering. The Buffalo Sabres goaltender received a standing ovation in Pittsburgh for leading the United States to an Olympic silver medal. The cheers were noticeably louder than those given to the Penguins' own Sidney Crosby.

Crosby beat Miller to score the game-winning goal in overtime as Canada defeated the United States 3-2 for the gold medal in Vancouver. Miller was chosen as the tournament MVP.

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