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Kevan Miller wasn't on the ice. Neither was anyone else on the team.

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It's been a bit of a trend recently for the team to skip their usual morning skates. But there have been updates. Namely, a switcheroo in the Millers.

On the other end, Kevan will not be taking the road trip with the team, meaning he'll miss at least the next four games.

So where does that leave us? Well with the Spooner benching in the last game, and Marchand and Bergeron skating together yesterday, there's a bunch of a-shufflin'. Here's what they project to be for tonight...

LW C RW
Brad Marchand
Brad Marchand
Patrice Bergeron
Patrice Bergeron
Jimmy Hayes
Jimmy Hayes
Frank Vatrano
Frank Vatrano
David Krejci
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
Loui Eriksson
Matt Beleskey
Matt Beleskey
Ryan Spooner
Ryan Spooner
Brett Connolly
Brett Connolly
Zac Rinaldo
Zac Rinaldo
Joonas Kemppainen
Joonas Kemppainen
Tyler Randell
Tyler Randell
Defensive Pairings
Zdeno Chara
Zdeno Chara
Colin Miller
Colin Miller
Dennis Seidenberg
Dennis Seidenberg
Zach Trotman
Zach Trotman
Torey Krug
Torey Krug
Adam McQuaid
Adam McQuaid
Goalies
Tuukka Rask
Tuukka Rask

On the Wild side (heh), we've got Erik Haula and Ryan Carter supposedly returning to the lineup. Here's how they shake out...

LW C RW
Thomas Vanek
Thomas Vanek
Mikael Granlund
Mikael Granlund
Jason Pominville
Jason Pominville
Jason Zucker
Jason Zucker
Mikko Koivu
Mikko Koivu
Nino Niederreiter
Nino Niederreiter
Michael Keranen
Michael Keranen
Charlie Coyle
Charlie Coyle
Jordan Schroeder
Jordan Schroeder
Erik Haula
Erik Haula
Ryan Carter
Ryan Carter
Brett Bulmer
Brett Bulmer
Defensive Pairings
Ryan Suter
Ryan Suter
Jared Spurgeon
Jared Spurgeon
Jonas Brodin
Jonas Brodin
Mathew Dumba
Mathew Dumba
Marco Scandella
Marco Scandella
Nate Prosser
Nate Prosser
Goalies
Devan Dubnyk
Devan Dubnyk

There's one thing we can take solace in... Niklas Backstrom's reign of terror on the Bruins is now over. So maybe we can beat Minnesota at home? Just maybe?