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Thursday, 22 June 2017 02:07

Boston Bruins Lose Colin Miller in Expansion Draft

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Colin Miller will have a new home next season. Colin Miller will have a new home next season. Zimbio

The Las Vegas Golden Knights selected Bruins defenseman Colin Miller in the expansion draft.

On Wednesday, after Patrice Bergeron collected his fourth-straight Selke trophy, the Las Vegas Golden Knights selected defenseman Colin Miller from the Boston Bruins in the expansion draft.

Miller was traded to the Bruins in the Milan Lucic deal in 2015 after his second professional season in the NHL.

The black and gold opted to protect 29-year-old Kevan Miller rather than the 24-year-old, who has yet to develop into a dominant NHL player, despite having a powerful slapshot.

Miller is not guaranteed to stay with Las Vegas due to potentially being traded. The Maple Leafs have been rumored to want to trade for the defenseman. 

For the 2016-17 season, Miller played 61 games, collected six goals and seven assists. 

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Lauren Campbell

Lauren Campbell is a beat writer for the Boston Red Sox and Boston Bruins at CLNS Radio. Currently, Lauren is also an account manager for Suburban Glass & Mirror.

Lauren studied at Framingham State University where she is a 2015 graduate with a degree in English and a concentration in journalism. She was the sports editor for the Universtiy's student newspaper, the Gatepost.

Before joining CLNS, Lauren interned at Comcast Sports Net New England, as well as the Medfield and Westwood Press newspapers.

Additionally, Lauren has been a freelance production assistant with MLB and NFL Network, and assisted in pre and post-game set up during the 2013 World Series at Fenway Park. She has also worked for ESPN and MLB International.

Lauren has been a lifetime die-hard Red Sox fan and is a baseball enthusiast.

You can follow Lauren on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

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