If this picture doesn't make you laugh, go on the IR with a broken funny bone

Sabres goalie Ryan Miller's charity event raised a bunch of money for sick kids and produced an early candidate for NHL photo of the year.
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In mid-December, Buffalo Sabres goalie Ryan Miller held the seventh edition of his

Catwalk for Charity and raised nearly $125,000 for his

Steadfast Foundation, which supports "year-round diversionary events and psychosocial programs" for children with cancer. A stick-tap to him for his ongoing work, which has raised more than $1.1 million over the years. On a lighter note, we will forever be in Miller's debt for this glorious photo that came out of the event, which features 6-foot-7 Tyler Myers and 5-foot-9 Tyler Ennis adorned in "Cirque du Sabres with a Masquerade Twist" attire.

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(Photo by Joe Cascio)



UPDATE: My three favorite captions... 1. Is that the Flames new third jersey...?? - Bryan Fink

2. say hello to my little friend - Gregory Pike

3. We're twins...honest - Mark Thornhill Here's a video of the "catwalk" portion of the proceedings, which also contains some giggle-worthy moments. Heck, any time you get some NHLers showing some personality it's worth a watch...

Edward Fraser, The Hockey News’ Managing Editor, joined THN in 2005 after covering the Jr. B Stratford Cullitons. The London, Ont., native graduated from the University of Western Ontario – where he did campus radio color commentary for both men’s and women’s hockey – with a Master’s in Journalism. He really, really hates the loser point.

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