Miller will miss six weeks after undergoing surgery on his left hand.
Miller had to get surgery to repair a broken bone in his left hand and will miss the first six weeks of the regular season. With Miller out, Brandon Carlo is expected to take his spot next to Zdeno Chara.
Miller (undisclosed) will miss an “extended period of time.”
Miller already made it back from a knee injury this preseason, but a new undisclosed injury will keep him out for “an extended period of time,” per Bruins GM Don Sweeney. With Miller out, 19-year-old Brandon Carlo and 23-year-old Rob O’Gara, who both impressed in training camp, will start the year with the Bruins and could see big minutes early in the year.
Miller (undisclosed) may not be ready for the start of the regular season.
Miller was injured in the Bruins’ preseason finale on Saturday and his status for the start of the regular season is in question. An injury to Miller opens up a spot next to Zdeno Chara, which will likely be filled by Brandon Carlo.
Miller missed practice on Wednesday with an upper-body injury.
Miller must have suffered an upper-body injury in Tuesday’s loss to the Sharks. He missed this morning’s practice, but it remains unclear how long he will be out of the lineup. If Kevan Miller misses time, look for Colin Miller to re-enter the lineup on Thursday.
Miller will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.
Miller was diagnosed with a dislocated shoulder and will undergo surgery that will end to 2014-15 campaign for the Bruins defenseman. This will open up a permanent spot for Matt Bartkowski on the Boston blue line.
The Bruins have placed Kevan Miller (shoulder) on IR.
Miller missed last night’s game against Edmonton with a shoulder injury that he re-aggregated on Friday in Calgary. There is no word on how long he will be sidelined, but already missed one month with this shoulder problem earlier in the year.