Rangers' J.T. Miller: Sees minutes fluctuate in first two games

After skating 17:38 and netting a goal in the season opener, Miller was on the ice for only 12:44 of scoreless action in Saturday's loss to the Blues.

That's a pretty huge fluctuation in ice time, but it averages out to 15:11, which is right around Miller's average from last season. With Jimmy Vesey and Chris Kreider occupying the Rangers' top two spots at left wing, Miller's going to be limited to third-line minutes most nights unless or until injuries or performance make the Rangers make a change.

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