Kevan Miller misses Bruins practice with upper-body injury

DJ Bean
November 18, 2015 - 6:15 am

WILMINGTON -- Kevan Miller was missing from Wednesday'€™s practice as the Bruins looked to regroup from a disappointing 5-4 loss to the Sharks on Tuesday. Miller, who has played in every game this season, went to the trainers'€™ room during the third period of Tuesday's game and did not play the final 10:44. "Right now, all I can tell you is he'€™s got an upper-body injury," Claude Julien said after the practice. "I don'€™t know the details of what'€™s come up with the assessment. We'€™ll try and give you guys some more when we do. Right now I don'€™t have more than to tell you it'€™s upper-body." With the exception of David Pastrnak, who remains out with a foot injury and is still on crutches, all other players were on the ice for Wednesday'€™s practice. Julien stuck with the line of Patrice Bergeron between Brad Marchand and Jimmy Hayes, shuffled the third line and left the other two the same as they'€™ve been in recent games. The lines and defensive pairings Wednesday were as follows: Marchand-Bergeron-Hayes Vatrano-Krejci-Eriksson Beleskey-Spooner-Connolly Rinaldo-Kemppainen-Randell Chara-Trotman Krug-McQuaid Seidenberg-Colin Miller The 8-8-1 Bruins will host the Wild Wednesday at TD Garden.