It's been a constant theme for Kevan Miller's NHL career.

Injuries. 

He dealt with it again this year as he wasn't even able to suit up for an NHL game. 

Miller who has yet to play a full 82 game season in his career has already been ruled out for the rest of the 2019-20 season if the team comes back. 

It was especially tough this year because every time he thought he was getting close he had another setback. 

He still remains hopeful. 

“As far as hockey and rehab goes, I’m still rehabbing. I was on a good trajectory and skating, and then I had a setback that I think [Don Sweeney] has talked about,” said Miller, during a virtual town hall with Bruins season ticket holders on Thursday afternoon. “I’m just coming off a surgery I had about eight weeks ago, so the timing has been good for me. I’m off the crutches and walking around again.

“Most of my rehab has been in Boston, so I’ve been here since [going into quarantine]. I’ve been having the rehab mostly at home, so I’ve become accustomed to having all the [workout] things at home. I’m feeling good now and back on the train to getting my knee healthy again.”

The guy really can't catch a break.