Miller made his NHL debut last season with the Bruins after being acquired last offseason as part of the Milan Lucic trade. He got into 42 games with Boston, collecting three goals and 13 assists while averaging 15:48 of ice time per game. He also saw action with Providence of the AHL (Boston’s minor league affiliate), playing in 20 games, collecting four goals and eight assists. Miller receives a two year deal and will earn $900K in 2016-17 and $1.1MM the following season for a cap hit of $1MM.
Morrow was acquired by the Bruins in 2013 as part of the blockbuster Tyler Seguin trade. He played in 33 games with Boston last season, scoring a single goal to go along with six assists while averaging 15:54 per game. In 48 career NHL contests, all with the Bruins, the former first round pick (23rd overall in 2011 by Pittsburgh) has two goals and six helpers. Morrow receives a one year pact worth $800K.
The Bruins have just two remaining restricted free agents to re-sign in prospects Brian Ferlin and Chris Casto.