After a season that saw him sustain multiple injuries (broken hyoid, multiple knee cap injuries, etc) and in which he still managed to play 46 games while missing huge swaths off time, defenseman Kevan Miller is on the mend. Three months after his latest surgery to repair a twice broken kneecap, Kevan Miller is still not skating yet.
The bones are healed and now it’s time to see if he can get back on the ice. It’s expected that he will likely not be healthy enough for training camp next month and maybe into the regular season.
As things stand, the Bruins could be going into camp next month without any of their RD starters. John Moore, who can play both sides, is out with his shoulder injury until November.