Kevan Miller did not travel to Florida with the team on Sunday, indicating he will not be available for Monday’s game against the Panthers or Tuesday’s game against the Lightning. Miller is considered day to day, according to GM Don Sweeney.
The defenseman was injured during the second period of Saturday’s 2-1 overtime loss to Washington when he was boarded by Alex Ovechkin. Miller grabbed his right shoulder and left the ice. Miller was diagnosed at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Zach Trotman, a healthy scratch for the last eight games, is likely to replace Miller. The Bruins are also carrying Joe Morrow as one of their two spare defensemen.
Miller had been skating with Zdeno Chara on the Bruins’ top pairing.