Don Sweeney Gives Update Regarding Kevan Miller.

Published May 8, 2019 at 11:06

As the Boston Bruins made their run to the Eastern Conference Finals and now will battle for a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals, many have forgotten somebody who's been missing. 

Defenseman Kevan Miller has yet to appear in the playoffs so far and unlike the second round, it seems there's a chance Miller could suit up again. 

Bruins general manager Don Sweeney gave the media an update regarding the defenseman and it's not all bad news. 

"Kevan's made some progress, so we're hopeful," Sweeney, said. "He's got some tests, some benchmarks he has to before he gets back on the ice, but he's made some progress. So, we told him all along, the further we play, the more he has an opportunity to continue to work and get back in there. Hopefully, we give him that opportunity."

The defenseman has been sidelined since the Bruins' win against Minnesota at the starting of April with a "lower body injury". 

It's been a tough season for Miller as was only able to suit up for 39 games this year. 
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