Rangers coach Alain Vigneault says no short leash for J.T. Miller
BUFFALO - Alain Vigneault's benching of J.T. Miller in Sunday's 6-4 loss to the Islanders begged the question of why Miller has a shorter leash than other Rangers players when they falter.
"It might seem to him that he has a short leash. It might seem to you that he does. It's not," Vigneault said before the Rangers visited the Buffalo Sabres Tuesday night at First Niagara Center. "It's not any shorter or longer (than others'). In J.T.'s case, it's about the process of a young player and developing and learning to control things that you can. If you have a so-so shift where... read more
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