Blue Notes

Steve Zipay takes you inside the locker room, home and on the road, with the New York Rangers, and also writes about the NHL, off and on the ice.

Playoff debut for J.T. Miller

J.T. Miller (10) settles the puck during the

J.T. Miller (10) settles the puck during the game between the Rangers and the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden on March 2, 2014. (Credit: AP / Kostas Lymperopoulos)

Judging from warmups, Miller is replacing Dan Carcillo who played the last two games in Philly.

The 21-year-old was with Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin.

Miller played in 30 games this season, with three goals and three assists. Two of those games were against the Flyers in March, a win and a loss. The 6-foot-1 Miller, the Rangers first-round draft choice (15th overall) in 2011, was recalled from Hartford on April 14. He was tied for first in points (43) with the Wolf Pack, including 15 goals, in 41 games.


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