Miller recorded a power-play assist and four hits in Thursday's 7-3 loss to the Canadiens. Miller helped out on the second of Bo Horvat's two goals in the first period. A play-making machine recently, Miller has five assists and seven hits through three contests. He's locked into a top-six role, and fantasy managers shouldn't worry too much about the lack of goals -- the 27-year-old is too talented to go for long without burying one of his own.
Miller recorded three assists and two hits in Wednesday's 6-5 shootout win over the Canadiens. Miller recorded helpers on both of Bo Horvat's power-play goals as well as an even-strength tally from Brock Boeser that tied the game at 5-5. The 27-year-old Miller has provided four assists and three hits in two games since he returned from COVID-19 protocols. Firmly planted in a top-line role, the winger can be trusted to produce more often than not when he's in the lineup.
Miller posted an assist in Monday's 5-2 loss to the Flames. Miller, who returned from COVID-19 protocols, wasn't initially expected to play Monday. He took a private jet to get to Calgary, and he made an instant impact, assisting on a Jake Virtanen goal in the first period. The 27-year-old Miller was excellent last year with 27 goals, 72 points, 123 hits and 165 shots on goal in 69 contests -- fantasy managers will welcome his early return to action as he could be poised to challenge a point-per-game pace in the Canucks' powerful offense.
Miller (COVID-19) confirmed that he'll play in Monday's game against the Flames, Farhan Lalji of TSN reports. Miller took a private jet to rejoin the Canucks in Calgary, and he'll make his season debut Monday after clearing the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. The 27-year-old will slot into the top six, and he'll be a staple on the power play this year. Miller racked up 27 goals and 72 points -- 25 with the man advantage -- over 69 games last season; he's a surefire fantasy forward.
Miller (COVID-19) will practice with the team Sunday and could play in Monday's game against the Flames, Dan Murphy of Sportsnet reports. Miller flew to Calgary on a private jet after being cleared by the Canucks' medical staff to rejoin the team. With Monday's game marking the end of a four-game road trip, it seems unlikely that the Canucks would've flown Miller to Calgary with the intent of scratching him. We may have a better grasp on Miller's status following Monday's morning skate, but there's a decent chance that he's back at full speed.
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