Bills’ Von Miller attended another Stanley Cup Final game over weekend

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The Buffalo Bills once again had a presence at the 2022 NHL Stanley Cup Final over the weekend.

And it was All-Pro Von Miller… again.

The NHL’s Colorado Avalanche went on to win the final on Sunday evening in Game 6 down in Tampa against the Lightning. Miller was not on deck for that contest.

Rather, Miller was in Denver for the Game 5 faceoff which was at Ball Arena in Denver. Previously Miller was there for Game 2.

However, the luck did not follow him.

After seeing the Avs notch a blowout win a week prior, Miller saw a loss on Friday in Game 5. At least his team went on to win the cup in the end.

Miller played for the Denver Broncos from 2011-2021, leading the team to victory in Super Bowl 50 following the 2015 season. He is the team’s all-time leader in sacks (110.5) and he earned eight Pro Bowl nods in Denver.

Clearly Miller still feels a connection to the area even if he did sign a massive contract with the Bills this offseason:

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