Kevan Miller

#86 D / Boston Bruins / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 210 lb Age: 28 College: Vermont

Fantasy Points by Week

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    INJURY ALERT: IR | Concussion |
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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Dealing with a concussion

      Miller is dealing with a concussion, the Boston Globe's Fluto Shinzawa reports. He had previously been reported to be dealing with an upper body injury, so the fact that it is a concussion may lessen his chances of taking the ice Friday.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Remains sidelined

      Miller (upper body) -- who is not on the Bruins' current road trip -- will be evaluated when the team returns home later this week, the Boston Globe reports. That effectively rules Miller out for Wednesday's road contest against Detroit, but the blueliner is eligible to return from IR in time for Friday's home tilt against the Rangers. Such a result is hardly a lock, however.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Placed on injured reserve

      Miller (upper body) was placed on injured reserve by the Bruins on Sunday. Miller's placement on IR comes as a corresponding move to the Bruins' claim of Landon Ferraro off waivers from Detroit. Assuming the move end up being retroactive, the blueliner would be eligible to return as soon as Wednesday against the Red Wings.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Out at least four games

      Miller (upper body) will miss at least the next four games, per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald reports. The Bruins host the Wild as soon as Thursday night, so you'll want to get Miller out of your lineup in place of a healthy alternative. Colin Miller appears to be the likely replacement on the blue line while Kevan is in recovery mode.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Upper-body injury

      Miller is dealing with an upper-body injury, per coach Claude Julien. It's unclear how much time he'll miss due to the injury, but assuming he's out Thursday against the Wild, Colin Miller is a candidate to re-join the B's lineup for the contest.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Misses practice Wednesday

      Miller (unspecified issue) was not on the ice for Wednesday's practice. Per the Boston Herald, Miller went to the Bruins' dressing room during the third period of Tuesday's loss to the Sharks with an unspecified issue, which clouds the blueliner's status for Thursday's game against the Wild.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Will return Friday

      Miller (undisclosed) will return to the lineup Friday against the Panthers. Miller missed some time at the end of Tuesday's contest for precautionary reasons, but it appears all is well and he will return to the lineup. Barring a setback of some kind, he should be good to go moving forward.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Iffy for Friday

      Miller (unspecified injury) who missed time toward the end of Tuesday's game against the Coyotes for precautionary reasons, will travel will the Bruins in advance of Friday's game against the Panthers. Per the report, coach Claude Julien expects Miller to be on the ice for Friday's morning skate, but the blueliner will be a game-time decision for the team's evening tilt against Florida. If Miller is unable to play Friday, then Zach Trotman would be in line to fill in for him on the Boston blue line.

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      Bruins' Kevan Miller: Sees steady ice time

      Miller saw 20:25 worth of ice time in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Lightning. Miller, who was paired with Zdeno Chara on Monday, has recorded a helper in three games out of the gate. Though he figures to log steady playing time moving forward, Miller -- who recorded seven points in 41 games last year -- isn't a power play factor, which limits his fantasy utility.

    • Bruins' Miller Ready For Training Camp

      News: Kevan Miller indicated that he is ahead of schedule in his recovery from February shoulder surgery, reports.
      Analysis: Moreover, the 27-year-old blueliner, who finished the 2014-15 season with two goals and seven points, to go along with a team best plus-20 rating in 41 games, suggested that he is fully prepared for training camp later this month. Though Kevan Miller doesn't offer much upside on offense, when healthy, he plays a sound and rugged brand of positional hockey that should secure him a regular role with the Bruins this season.
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