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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Though Miller (knee) is getting closer to a return to action, he won't play Saturday against the Penguins, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Supporting the possibility that Miller could return to action as soon as Monday against the Flyers is that he skated on the Bruins' third defensive pairing along with Jeremy Lauzon during Friday's practice. Miller last saw game action Feb. 18.
Coach Bruce Cassidy indicated that the Bruins don't have a timetable for Miller's (knee) return to action, Conor Ryan of MassLive.com reports.
Miller -- who hasn't played since Feb. 18 -- has been progressing, but the Bruins will proceed deliberately with the rugged blueliner. Perhaps lessening the urgency to get Miller back into action is that Brandon Carlo (upper body) returned to the team's lineup Tuesday night against New Jersey.
Miller (knee) is nearing a return to action, Matt Porter of The Boston Globe reports.
The report notes that the rugged blueliner -- who hasn't played since Feb. 18 -- has progressed to the point that he hasn't been ruled out for Tuesday night's game against New Jersey. Meanwhile, fellow blueliner Brandon Carlo (upper body) is also nearing a return to the Bruins' lineup.
Though Miller (knee) has been skating, he won't be available when the Bruins return to action this week, Eric Russo of the team's official site reports.
The B's last two games were postponed, but Miller still isn't ready to return to game action and remains without a timetable on that front. Miller, who last played Feb. 18, has recorded two assists and nine PIM in 15 contests this season.
Miller (knee) is likely to travel on the Bruins' upcoming road trip, which starts Monday in Pittsburgh, according to coach Bruce Cassidy.
Miller, who has resumed skating, last saw game action Feb. 18. Assuming no further setbacks with his knee, the 33-year-old will be a welcome addition to the team's blue line corps, thanks to his physical play and sound defensive work.
Miller (knee) has resumed skating, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Miller, who last suited up Feb. 18, was playing sound defensive hockey before his surgically-repaired knee flared up and he shut things down for a spell. His return to the ice suggests that he's inching toward a return to the Bruins' lineup. In 15 games to date, the 33-year-old has logged two helpers.
Miller (knee) didn't practice Tuesday.
Miller, who's listed on IR, per the official NHL media site, last suited up Feb. 18. Prior to the setback he sustained with his knee, the rugged blueliner recorded two assists and nine PIM in 15 games. Though he's off the fantasy radar, Miller's physicality and sound defensive play are assets to Boston's back line.
Coach Bruce Cassidy said Saturday that Miller (knee) didn't travel with the team for Sunday's road game against the Rangers, Sean T. McGuire of NESN.com reports.
Per Cassidy, Miller's knee hasn't respond well to treatment and his knee injury "flared up" on him. Miller has missed the last three games due to the injury, and he has just two assists through 15 games this season. The 33-year-old's next chance to suit up is in Tuesday's game against Washington, but with the Bruins claiming Jarred Tinordi off waivers Saturday, cracking the lineup will be a tougher task.
Miller (knee) won't travel with the Bruins, who face the Islanders on Thursday, Fluto Shinzawa of The Athletic reports.
Per Steve Conroy of the Boston Herald, Miller is dealing with some knee soreness and thus won't be available for Thursday's contest. Beyond that, his status for back-to-back road games against the Rangers (Friday and Sunday) is also cloudy.
Miller (undisclosed) missed practice Wednesday, Joe Haggerty of Boston Hockey Now reports.
Miller practiced Tuesday, signaling that he appeared on track to suit up Thursday night against the Islanders, but his absence Wednesday suggests that the rugged blueliner is not a lock to return to action after sitting out this past Sunday's win over the Flyers.
Miller (rest) is slated to return to the Bruins' lineup Thursday against the Islanders, Eric Russo of the team's official site reports.
Miller didn't travel with the Bruins for Sunday's win over the Flyers in Lake Tahoe, with the team citing "load management" designed to give the veteran blueliner some extra time to rest his surgically-repaired knee. The 33-year-old, who missed the entire 2019-20 season, has logged two assists and nine PIM in 15 games to date and remains off the fantasy radar in all but the deepest of leagues.
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