The hits keep coming for both the Bruins and Kevan Miller.
After a brief return from his hand injury, the Bruins announced this morning that Miller will be out at least five weeks after suffering an injury to his larynx against the Maple Leafs.
As you probably remember, Miller left Monday's game after taking a puck to the throat.
At look at the play that forced Kevan Miller to miss the end of the first period. Weird bounce off the initial shot by Tavares. pic.twitter.com/jo7vwKV8XS— Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) November 27, 2018
Per the team, x-rays were negative. However, a CT scan "revealed a cartilage injury to the larynx."
Hard not to feel bad for Miller, who had played well in his brief return and appears to have inherited Adam McQuaid's injury luck.
Here's to a speedy recovery for Miller.