BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Bruins continued building next season’s defense from within on Wednesday, reportedly agreeing to deals with restricted free agent defensemen Colin Miller and Joe Morrow.

General Fanager tweeted late Wednesday that Miller’s deal is for two years and $2 million total, then tweeted that Morrow had signed a one-year, $800,000 deal. Miller will be paid $900,000 in year one and $1.1 million in year two.


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Both deals are reportedly one-way contracts, which means that Miller and Morrow’s salaries would be the same regardless of whether they played in the NHL or AHL. Two-way contracts are more common for players expected to spend more time in the minor leagues.

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Miller, 23, was acquired from the Los Angeles Kings in the Milan Lucic trade in 2015 and scored 16 points in 42 games for Boston with solid puck possession numbers. Morrow, also 23, was acquired from the Dallas Stars in the 2013 Tyler Seguin trade and has scored eight points in 48 games in two NHL seasons.