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Top Kevan Miller News

  • Kevan Miller: Announces retirement

    Miller announced his retirement Wednesday, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.

    Miller dealt with injuries across the last three seasons, and he missed the final few weeks of the 2020-21 campaign due to an unspecified issue. The 33-year-old played seven seasons for Boston and totaled 13 goals and 58 assists while racking up 776 hits.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Could have returned for Game 7

    Miller (undisclosed) told reporters he "most likely" would have played in Game 7, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.

    Miller has struggled with injuries the last three seasons, appearing in just 67 games over that stretch, including missing the entire 2019-20 campaign. As such, it shouldn't come as a shock to hear the veteran blueliner leave the door open to possibly retiring.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Remains out Wednesday

    Miller (undisclosed) won't play in Wednesday's Game 6 against the Islanders, Joe McDonald of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette reports.

    Miller's continued absence comes as no surprise, as he's been sidelined since May 21. The Bruins will need to extend their season with a win Wednesday to give Miller a chance to return before next season. If Boston wins Game 6, Game 7 would be Friday.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Out for Game 5 and likely beyond

    Miller (undisclosed) won't play in Game 5 against the Islanders on Monday and still isn't practicing with the team, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.

    Shinzawa adds that Miller's availability for Game 6 on Wednesday is unknown, though it would be surprising to see Miller thrown right into a pivotal point in a physical series against the Islanders after being out since May 21. Miller's absence was precipitated by a high hit from Capitals defenseman Dmitry Orlov.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Won't play before Game 5

    Miller (undisclosed) won't play in either Game 3 or Game 4 of the Bruins' playoff series versus the Islanders, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.

    It remains to be seen if Miller has any chance to return to action as soon as Monday's home game, but he's definitely out for the Bruins' next two road contests. In his continued absence, Jeremy Lauzon and Connor Clifton will serve as the team's third defensive pairing.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Ruled out Thursday

    Miller (undisclosed) won't be an option against the Islanders for Game 3 on Thursday, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.

    Miller will be shelved for his fourth straight contest as he continues to work his way back from his undisclosed injury. In four games prior to getting hurt, the 33-year-old blueliner notched one assist, four shots and seven hits while averaging 13:62 of ice time. Given his limited offensive upside, Miller shouldn't be expected to offer much in the way of fantasy value even once cleared to return.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Not ready for start of series

    Miller (undisclosed) has yet to resume skating.

    Per coach Bruce Cassidy, Miller is progressing and has been able ride a stationary bike, but the rugged blueliner won't be available for the start of the Bruins' second-round playoff series versus the Islanders, which opens Saturday night.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Remains sidelined

    GM Don Sweeney noted Monday that Miller (undisclosed) is "doing OK, still early in recovery phase."

    Miller, who was forced out of this past Friday's game after taking a bit hit, will have some added recovery time while the Bruins await their second-round playoff opponent, but it remains to be seen if he'll be ready by the time the team's next series opens against a TBD opponent.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: At home recovering

    Miller (undisclosed) is at home recovering after spending Friday night in the hospital, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.

    Miller spent the night in the hospital after exiting Friday's Game 4 versus Washington after taking a high hit from the Capitals' Dmitry Orlov. The veteran blueliner has already been ruled out of Sunday's Game 5, and at this point there's no telling when he might be ready to return.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Injured Friday

    Miller (undisclosed) left Friday's Game 4 matchup against Washington and was transported to the hospital.

    Miller took a big hit from Dmitry Orlov during the second period and immediately left for the locker room. An update on his status could be available after the game. He'll be questionable for Game 5 on Sunday but his chances don't look promising as of now.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Back in lineup

    Miller (foot) will return to action Friday night against the Sabres, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.

    With Miller back in the lineup, Connor Clifton is slated to sit out the contest. A foot infection was the reason for Miller's latest absence, but moving forward, look for the veteran blueliner's practice reps as well as his participation in back-to-back scenarios to be managed in order to help him avoid setbacks with his bothersome knee.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Dealing with foot issue

    Miller's latest absence from the lineup was due to a foot infection, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.

    This confirms previous reports that Miller wasn't dealing with a setback with his knee. Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic relays via coach Bruce Cassidy that Miller is trending toward a return to the Bruins' lineup Friday night against the Sabres.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Expected back Friday

    Miller (undisclosed) is expected to play Friday night against the Sabres, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.

    Miller, who last suited up April 13, won't play Thursday against Buffalo, but a Friday return appears to be in the cards for the rugged blueliner. Upon his return, Steven Kampfer and Jakub Zboril are candidates to be healthy scratches.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Making progress

    Miller (undisclosed) is progressing and will travel with the Bruins on the team's upcoming five-game road trip, per coach Bruce Cassidy.

    Miller has missed the Bruins' last three games, but it's been clarified the unspecified issue that's sidelined him of late is not related to the knee concerns he's been managing all season. The rugged blueliner has recorded two assists and 18 PIM in 19 games to date.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Remains unavailable

    Miller (undisclosed) won't play Sunday against the Capitals, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.

    Miller will miss a third straight contest Sunday and remains without a clear timetable for his return. The veteran blueliner has only tallied two helpers in 19 games this season, so fantasy managers shouldn't need to track his status.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Day-to-day

    Miller (undisclosed) won't play Friday night against the Islanders.

    Miller is viewed as day-to-day, but on the plus side, his unspecified issue is not related to the knee concerns that he's had to manage all season. In his absence, look for Steven Kampfer to remain in the Bruins' lineup.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Out Thursday

    Coach Bruce Cassidy announced that Miller (undisclosed) will miss Thursday night's game against the Islanders.

    Though Cassidy didn't specify why Miller will miss the contest, he did relay that the blueliner's issue is unrelated to his previous knee woes. It's possible the Bruins decided to err on the side of caution here in advance of back-to-back contests, so for now we won't rule Miller out for Friday night's rematch with the Islanders.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Set to return

    Miller (knee) will return to the Bruins' lineup Tuesday against the Flyers, Joe Haggerty of BostonHockeyNow.com reports.

    This will mark Miller's first game since Feb. 18, with Steven Kampfer the odd man out of the team's blue line mix Tuesday. With just two assists and nine PIM in 15 contests this season, Miller's fantasy impact has been modest, but his rugged defensive play and sound work in the transition game are valuable to the B's, especially with shut-down blueliner Brandon Carlo (upper body) sidelined.

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  • Bruins' Kevan Miller: Could return Tuesday

    Head coach Bruce Cassidy said Monday that Miller (knee) may return for Tuesday's game versus the Flyers, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.

    This means that Miller will miss Monday's home game versus the Flyers, marking his 20th straight game in the press box. Miller has been skating for a few weeks now. The 33-year-old has produced two assists and 32 hits across 15 games this season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Age: 33
Experience: 7
Shoots: Right