Bruins return Kevan Miller to Providence
|11.28.13 at 9:49 pm ET|
The Bruins announced Thursday that they have sent defenseman Kevan Miller to Providence after he spent the last four games with the team. Miller made his NHL debut and played three games during his time up in Boston.
The B’s had to recall Miller last week due to injuries to Dennis Seidenberg and Adam McQuaid, but McQuaid’s return meant he was a healthy scratch Wednesday against the Red Wings.
Skating often with former Providence partner Matt Bartkowski, Miller was solid in his three-game stint in the Bruins’ lineup and held an even rating. He played 20:13 in Monday’s win over the Penguins but was on the ice for Sidney Crosby’s game-tying goal.
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