a blog by Iron Horse
Kevan Miller 4 years $10 million
Seth Griffith 1 year 2-way contract $625k
The Boston Bruins made yet another move, this one also with existing assets, but these guys will be the ones on the ice next year. Well at least 1 of them will be.
Seth Griffith scored seventy-seven points (twenty four goals and fifty three assists) in Providence this season in fifty seven games. A year in which the Providence Bruins were absolutely stellar, Griffith shined and will look to find his way onto the roster with this duel contract.
Along with Seth, they also resigned d-man Kevan Miller who will look to solidify himself in for the future of the Boston Bruins as a top four d-man on this team. Kevan Miller in my opinion played some of his best hockey this past year, although like all of his career so far, injuries have continuously intervened. During 2014-2015, he missed half the season (forty one games) due to a shoulder injury that required surgery.
I love Kevan Miller, even though he may not be the best offensive character on the Boston Bruins by any means. His eighteen points (five goals and thirteen assists) weren't anything crazy, but he did solidify himself in his seventy-one games this past season as a penalty killer for the B's. I'm looking forward to seeing Kevan tear it up and hit hard like he's known for in the spoked B for the next few years to come. Also, we got him for a very reasonable price, where we'll need to go out and spend money this year. However, we will for sure need more on the Blue Line this upcoming season if we want to make the playoffs for the first time in two years.
5/24/2016 04:37:27 pm
Boys...I thought Kevin Millar played baseball? Oh what a dick I yam.
5/24/2016 04:44:30 pm
@TheVapeDaddy Kevin Millar played for the Sox #CowboyUp and Kevan Miller plays for the Bruins. I know it's all very confusing!
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