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DREW MILLER RUMORS & GOSSIP

For Michigan State Hockey it’s almost always Miller Time

The Michigan State men’s hockey team skated into the books in 1922. The program was new and MSU wasn’t a place where young hockey players looked to play during their collegiate years. In fact, Michigan State’s 45-100-4 record from 1922-1954 was so dismal that it looked like the program would never turn the corner. Enter a defenseman from Regina, Saskatchewan known by most...
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December 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Drew Miller’s thought after skate blade to face: ‘Oh my God, my eye is gone’

Detroit Red Wings winger Drew Miller on Wednesday said he feels “blessed” to be no worse for wear — relatively speaking, in hockey player terms — after a terrifying incident during Tuesday’s game when Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone’s skate blade caught him on his right cheek, causing two lacerations and coming perilously close to...Read More The post Drew Miller’s...
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April 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Drew Miller left with ghastly injury after being cut near eye by skate (pic/vid)

Detroit Red Wings left winger Drew Miller arguably is lucky not to be left more severely injured — or even blinded in his right eye — after a terrifying incident during the team’s game on Tuesday against the Ottawa Senators. In a disturbing scene that shockingly could have been much worse, Miller was caught on...Read More The post Drew Miller left with ghastly injury after...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Drew Miller’s eye is the luckiest eye in hockey

It’s amazing today Drew Miller didn’t lose his right eye last night after taking a skate blade to the face from Ottawa’s Mark Stone in a 2-1 shootout loss to the Senators. Thank God, Miller’s eye was not damaged. pic.twitter.com/0oKR3YO2YF — Red Wings Memes (@RedWingsMemes) April 1, 2015 Obviously Miller was taken to the locker room for treatment and didn’t return...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Drew Miller Takes Skate To Face, Left With Nasty Gash Across Face (Video)

Drew Miller took a razor-sharp hockey skate to the face Tuesday night, and he got lucky. He got lucky because it could have been a whole lot worse. The Detroit Red Wings forward left early in the first period after having his face gashed by the skate of Ottawa forward Mark Stone. As the two players battled for a puck following a faceoff, Stone fell forward and kicked up his leg...
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April 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Wings’ Drew Miller took skate to the face Tuesday (GIF)

cbssports.com Red Wings winger Drew Miller left Tuesday’s game against Ottawa with two “deep lacerations” after taking a skate to the face.  Early in the first period, Senators’ Mark Stone’s skate hit Miller above the right eye during a scramble after a face-off. It’s as unpleasant as it sounds.  However, it didn’t have the horror movie effect with blood spurting...
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March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Drew Miller takes skate to the face

By David Rogers Sometimes a visor just isn’t enough in the sport of hockey. Drew Miller learned that the hard way after taking Mark Stone’s skate to the face during a faceoff. Warning: This GIF will make you cringe. GIF i LITERALLY SCREAMED WHEN I SAW THIS Drew Miller skate to the face pic.twitter.com/VqFMkm8dWV — Steph (@myregularface) April 1, 2015 The GIF does not...
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March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Mother reacts to Drew Miller’s breakaway on brother Ryan Miller (VIDEO)

@NHLonNBCSports After Joe Louis Arena figured out their power situation, Red Wings winger Drew Miller found himself on a breakaway against Canucks goalie and younger brother Ryan Miller.  As expected (if you know the first thing about hockey), Ryan stopped Drew, with a little help from defenseman Luca Sbisa. The best part of the play wasn’t the shot (because it wasn’t a good...
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November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Detroit Red Wings weekly: Difficult bunch to figure out

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...
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October 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Kevan Miller’s Return Helps Bruins Establish Physical Tone For Red Wings Series

BOSTON — Kevan Miller was built for playoff hockey. The 26-year-old defenseman made his postseason debut for Boston in the team’s 4-1 victory Sunday afternoon at TD Garden that evened its first-round series with the Detroit Red Wings at 1-1. As a physical blueliner who dishes out monster hits, blocks shots, finishes his checks and kills penalties, it was no coincidence that Boston...
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April 21, 2014  |  Discuss
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