DREW MILLER RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Detroit Red Wings (4-2-2) had a roller-coaster of a week going (1-1-1).
At the forefront has to be the quick-strike 4-3 comeback victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins. But, in the back of everyone’s mind, it’s impossible to forget the two devastating collapses against the Montreal Canadians and Philadelphia Flyers.
Getting things started in my Wings’ weekly is the good and...
Red Wings forward Drew Miller's usually escapes the spotlight, but the New Jersey-born, East Lansing-raised Wings grinder received quite a bit of attention from NHL.com, with Kathryn Tappen engaging in a wide-ranging Q and A with Miller that covers his thoughts on playing in the Winter Classic...
Kathryn Tappen: Big game coming up for you! The stage is set for New Year&...
DETROIT (AP) -- Drew Miller really didn't want to leave the Detroit Red Wings to find out what he was worth on the market.
Fortunately for him, the Red Wings wanted the defensive-minded, penalty-killing forward back. Miller confirmed Friday he has agreed to a three-year, 4.05 million contract to stay in Detroit.
"I'm really happy the deal got done," he said in...
Detroit Red Wings forward Drew Miller says he has agreed to a three-year, $4.05 million contract with the Detroit Red Wings.
Miller confirmed the deal was done in a Friday interview with The Associated Press. The agreement keeps the defensive-minded, penalty-killing forward off the market as a free agent next month.
Miller had four goals, including two game-winners, and eight points...
Via AP on Fox
June 14, 2013
One free-agent mystery solved. The Detroit Red Wings have opted to bring back Drew Miller, according to multiple reports, on a three-year, $4.05-million deal (numbers per Chuck Pleiness of the Macomb Daily).
That works out to $1.35 million per season, which puts Miller’s average salary below everyone currently on the Wings roster other than Patrick Eaves, Tomas Tatar (entry level...
This hasn't been confirmed yet, but, per Pro Hockey Talk's Jason Brough, Josh Rimer's reporting that the Red Wings have signed Drew Miller to a 3-year contract extension:
Breaking News! Red Wings sign Drew Miller 1.35/year for 3 years!
— Josh Rimer (@JoshRimerHockey) June 14, 2013
That would be a fair deal given Miller's versatility as a penalty-killer...
Red Wings UFA-to-be Drew Miller should know within the next couple of weeks if he’ll continue to call Motown home when the 2013-14 season rolls around. According to Ansar Khan of Mlive.com the Wings are expected to come to a decision on whether or not they will offer the veteran forward a new contract or let him walk during free agency.
Now although it’s assumed that Miller should...
The Red Wings have apparently lost one of their steadiest players for the remainder of the year, per DetroitRedWings.com's Bill Roose:
Babcock said that #RedWings F Drew Miller suffered a broken hand in first period of tonight's game vs. #Canucks.
— The Wheel Deal (@Bill_Roose) April 21, 2013
Everybody's confirming: Continue reading "Red Wings...
from a Braehead Clan press release,
As you may be aware, Braehead Clan have been lucky enough to have NHL player and Detroit Red Wings star Drew Miller on the Clan Roster for the last few months, thanks to the NHL lockout. As talks around the table between NHL owners and the NHL Players Association continue, it looks like a resolution may be on the cards, and the NHL season...
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Drew Miller scored with 8:25 left and the Detroit Red Wings rallied from three goals down to beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-4 on Saturday night, snapping a six-game losing streak.
Carolina led 4-1 until Henrik Zetterberg cut the Red Wings' deficit to two goals with 3:02 left in the second period.
Detroit avoided its first seven-game losing streak since 1991.
Via AP on Fox
March 24, 2012