Considering Miller's jittery pre-fight stance and the fact that Edwards was already making excuses before the scrap even started... the outcome was a total surprise as "It's Millah-time" returns to the Boston lexicon for the first time over two decades
The kid drops the BUM!
Brown's first left lands smack in the middle of the 1/2 visor. It's just ridiculous. The advantage of fighting with a 1/2 shield on is not to be overestimated. Reading the comments, one might think this new bruins defenseman is the second coming of Christ himself. Get real. If that first left hits skin as opposed to plastic - different ball game. Draw. 3. No dog in this fight.
Kevan Miller is one tough kid.. This is not a fluke.. Let me be the first to say from all the bruins fans on here, bold billy THIS ONES FOR YOU...ha ha EVEN OUR SECOND STRINGERS KICK A$$
Miller skated 18 minutes last night, was +1. He now adds even more toughness on the blueline which the Bruins like. Brownie, on the other hand, remains Brownie--a journeyman palooka.
this fight is closer than I thought previewing the reviews. Miller has the edge off the break in size and defense with the shield. I know its the rules im not complaining but it has to be taken into consideration. Brown looks more like he slips than a KD and the refs jump in. DRAW if not edge Miller. blah
Good thing Miller is ready to fight cuz ME thinks Thorton is done fighting heard he crocheted during time off ha ha ha
MILLER controlled BROWN
Going back to this fight after a few days. The win is clearly Miller's becuase he lands a few more punches and Brown loses his edge, but a domination, really? This wasn't even a very great fight and Brown was determined to continue before the refs stepped in. Compound that with the visor-advantage and you've got a meh fight at best. Winner: Miller. Fight's a 4. Maybe even a 3 just for all the Miller fanboy jerking.
Not sure why this is rated a 5. Gave it a 3 not much too see other than big swings and misses
kevan " Jay" miller, gotta lose the shield if ur gonna go, way to control the bout
A little embarrassing for Brown to be handed a loss by a nobody !
The slight edge goes to Miller , big size difference here and the so called knock down was more of a slip.....but give credit to Miller in his first fight he does well and does enough for the win.
Realized I dislike Brown as much as J. Edwards.
Miller did pretty good in his first NHL scrap. I think does enough to get the win here. Brown slipped tho he didn't drop him. Miller can handle himself alright. Did a number on Michael Haley earlier this yr in the A. Dub miller and a 4.
Good first fight from the Providence Bruins D man.
Brown got schooled by a college kid the same size in his first regular season NHL fight.
both landed 1 punch but miller's caused brown troubles and linesmen had to step in.win miller....im starting to like this guy.he had pretty good fight in pre-season with volpatti
Surprised me since Miller is a rookie fighter and Brown star has some under his belt, but it's MILLER TIME here folks. HA...........read Behn Wilson's post as well. We think a like.
Miller with the win in a fight stopped too early.
Very one-sided win for Miller....
Reporting in from the city of champions( eat your heart out bold hill billy) miller a very good defencemad in the mold of Mcquaid. win easily miller time like I said king of fools errrrr goons envy is ugly
I expected more from Brown.......Miller had a bit of a spazzy start but did drop him with a nice one!!!
Miller was too strong for Brown. Controlled the balance and landed at least one good one...first win in a while for a Bruin.
First fight in the NHL. First win for the Bruin defenseman.
Win Miller in the battle of the super common last names.
Good job by Miller winning this scrap. He used his size advantage to frustrate Brown.
Good job by Miller here in his first NHL scrap I believe, he gets the win
He's not Jay Miller ..... but did win over Brown....
Win Miller.... 3% of voters are as blindly biased against the Bruins as they CONSTANTLY cry B's fans and Edwards are... both are Stupid... Personally, I don't give a shit if my guy loses the fight; it's the fact that the Bruins have the sack to drop the gloves and have a go... they don't pick spots and they dont go looking for a lower weight-class, they fight the guys who challenge them... For that i'm PROUD TO BE A BRUINS FAN, and everybody else can lick the nearest public toilet seat!
The way Miller lined up during the square off had a "holy sh$#, this is happening" look to it. He did well, winning the fight pretty clearly. I think pairing him and McQuaid would be interesting for the amount of toughness on the back end. I think it might be a bit soon, though, to anoint the kid, but I thought he did really well here against an undersized but experienced guy. -Don't it feel good to be a homer
It was a good close fight until Miller connected with round house right. I was at the game very good bout.....
Kevan Miller controls the full fight. He lands a few good ones, though there aren't many punches thrown overall. Edge Miller... props to this kid for performing well recently and handling himself well in his first NHL fight. I'm sure Jordan Caron is taking notes from the bleachers...
Miller gets one good one in.
Miller with a few strong punches, Brown loses his balance, edge goes to Miller
Miller takes down a over-rated brown
Miller overpowered brown. Wonder what miller would against the upper echelon of fighters. Orr, McLaren, Engllend, ect
Congrats to Miller light on his 1rst NHL fight&win over a always game MB....Aboot(pun intended) time the Bs started playing like the Bs
No idea what was wrong with Brown here...he shoulda whooped this guys ass
each threw a couple then Brown slipped, after the slip Miller didn't seem to want him to get back up to continue
Miller controlled with size, but wears a half-visor. Draw.
A draw at best and if Brown doesn't' slip? Who knows?
The comments on this site never cease to amaze me. Nobody takes into consideration the damage done by punches landed or even if a punch lands for that matter. Brown's 2 punches that landed cut miller on the bridge of the nose and under the right eye, while Miller's did nothing. I guess Bruin voters would rather win on appearance and get punched in the face while doing no damage to your opponent.
Miller lobbed a bomb that dropped Brown.
Give the slight win to Miller
Looks like the Bruins haters have already started voting for Brown. Win Miller, he stung him pretty good which essentially ended the fight.
Don't see how this is so overwhelmingly in favor of Miller. Brown lands a left hook and hits the visor, Miller lands a good one, and then pulls brown down. I can see maybe a 50 Miller, 48 draw, and 2 Brown, but 89% Miller is a bit generous.
Brown is to small to be taking on light heavies Martin havlat for Brian mcgratton make it happen
I thought Miller would be in trouble going with Brown, but he takes a clear win here landing 3 or 4 good shots to Brown's 1. Where's all the usual haters trying to steal a win from a Bruin? I guess they're all still crying over their beers from both the Bruins & Patriots winning.
I always liked Mike Brown as a serviceable MW, but Miller takes this one in a ho-hummer. Miller has had a couple of good showings in pre-season and minors against decent guys. He was the aggressor too, gotta like that if you're a B's fan.
I love Brownie and hate the Broons, but there is absolutely no question that Miller took this from start to finish.
This kid is for real just ask Zach Smith on 2/8
Miller didn't look too much like a fighter beforehand but he takes care of a really tough guy without much trouble. Can't say that was expected.
Brown was outmatched by Miller's strength and balance. I don't think Brown was felled by any punches, more a combo of balance issues and being over-powered by Miller
I'm surprised just as much as Brown must have been. Miller knocks him down and holds him there, as the refs broke that short one up. I guess there was a considerable size difference though.
Miller uncorks one and takes the fizz out of Brown.
Brwon did not get the usual jack hammer right going, and Miller shows some pretty solid rights himself on the way to a short but fairly decisive victory.
Miller's creating a role for himself. Good job taking on Brown who already has established himself as a tough guy.
brown loses another fight. thats old news.
Brown has played for the two worst teams in the league and now loses to an unknown.
An unusual occurrence: A Bruin actually wins a fight. Pop the champagne.