Holden is expected to be a healthy scratch in Game 2.
Holden was a minus-2 in 13:34 TOI in Game 1 and will be replaced by Colin Miller, who was a healthy scratch in that contest.
Miller is expected to draw back into the Golden Knights lineup in Game 2.
Miller was a healthy scratch for Game 1 but is expected to replace Nick Holden in Game 2. Miller brings a little more offence to the Golden Knights blueline, having scored three goals with 26 asssits (29 points) in 65 games this season.
Miller is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 1.
Miller appeared in the final six games of the regular season but it looks like he will be a healthy scratch in favour of Jon Merrill for Game 1 in San Jose. Miller is a solid offensive defenseman, collecting three goals and 26 assists (29 points) in 65 games but Merrill brings a more reliable defensive game.
Miller is expected to be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Miller played just 13:41 TOI on Monday and has just two assists in his last 10 games. Miller skated as an extra in Wednesday’s morning skate, so look for Nick Holden to replace him on the third pair.
The Golden Knights have activated Colin Miller (undisclosed) from IR; expected to play on Saturday.
Miller has missed the last 13 games but is expected to play Saturday vs. the Penguins. Miller has had a solid season on the Golden Knights’ blue line, picking up two goals and 15 assists (17 points) in 36 games.
The Golden Knights have placed Colin Miller (undisclosed) on IR.
Miller is set to miss his fifth straight games with an undisclosed injury and was moved to IR so the Golden Knights could claim Valentin Zykov off of waivers.
Source: Ben Gotz 12/29/18, 1:24 pm EST
Miller (undisclosed) will miss his third straight game on Sunday.
Miller (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Thursday.
Miller was banged up in Columbus on Monday and is expected to miss Thursday’s game vs. the Islanders. Look for Miller to be replaced by Brad Hunt.
The Golden Knights signed Colin Miller to a four-year extension worth $15.5M ($3.875M AAV).
Miller had an outstanding 2018 season finishing tied for 23rd among defensemen in goals (10), tied for 25th in assists (31) and tied for 27th in points (41). Miller, who gets sheltered offensive-zone starts, finished the season with a 56.3 CF% and +7.3 relative Corsi. This contract looks like an absolute steal for the Golden Knights.
Miller (lower-body) will return to the Bruins' lineup for Game 4.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/19/17, 7:59 am EST
Miller (lower-body) will not play in Game 3.
Miller (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 3.
Miller draws back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Source: @NHLBruins 04/8/17, 10:17 am EST
Miller will be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday afternoon.
Miller will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Miller has taken some big strides this season, but has not recorded a point in his last eight games and played just 11:50 TOI on Saturday. Miller will be replaced by J-M Liles.
Miller (lower-body) will return to the Bruins’ lineup on Tuesday.
Miller has missed the last six games with a lower-body injury, but will be back in tonight vs. the Red Wings. Miller has not produced offensively like the Bruins hoped, picking up just six points (3G / 3A) in 34 games this season.
Source: @NHLBruins 01/24/17, 7:38 am EST
Miller (lower-body) is doubtful for Thursday in Nashville.
Miller was a healthy scratch on Sunday and then got hurt when he got back into the lineup in St. Louis on Tuesday. If Miller can’t play, expect John-Michael Liles to get back into the lineup.
Source: @NHLBruins 01/12/17, 4:54 am EST
Miller will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Source: @NHLBruins 01/8/17, 12:05 pm EST
The Bruins have recalled Colin Miller from Providence (AHL).
Miller, 23, has split his season between Boston and Providence. He has collected 15 points (3G / 12A) in 39 games with Boston and 12 points (4G / 8A) in 19 games with Providence. He will appear in his 40th NHL game of the season on Tuesday, replacing Zach Trotman.