Weber addressed the media Friday in Nashville for the first time since being hit in the eye with a puck during a 3-0 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Nov. 27. He said he lost vision in his right eye and it didn't begin to return until the following morning.
"[Friday] was a good day. It was good to be back out there skating with the guys and hopefully move forward going ahead this week," Weber told reporters.
Miller is due to become an unrestricted free agent after the season.
"Just exploratory, get to know each other," Miller said. "They're trying to get up to speed on the organization before making any decisions. They (LaFontaine and interim coach Ted Nolan) came into a situation where some things happened, one very recently with the [Thomas] Vanek trade. You have to pause for minute and evaluate where you are because you can't keep shedding everything. I think they're trying to figure out the guys they want to hang on to and think they can build a core around and see how it goes."
Mashinter, 25, had three shots on goal and 10 penalty minutes in six games with the Rangers this season. In 11 games with the Rangers' American Hockey League affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack, he had seven points and a plus-3 rating.
The Blackhawks assigned Mashinter to their AHL team, the Rockford IceHogs.
Boychuk was battling with Pacioretty for a puck along the end boards in the Montreal zone when Pacioretty checked him early in the first period.
Boychuk immediately went down and remained on all fours for several minutes while Boston medical staff attended to him before calling for help from the Montreal trainer, who then called for a stretcher to be brought out.
Boychuk was immobilized before being wheeled off the ice after a 10-minute delay. Pacioretty was assessed a minor penalty for boarding at 4:28.
Daley was trying to slow Toronto forward James van Riemsdyk on a rush down the left wing in the opening minute of the second period at Air Canada Centre. The two became entangled, and Daley wiped out at the bottom of the circle, sliding into the corner.
We don't have any excuses tonight. Excuses are for losers. We've played with five defensemen before and it didn't affect us. We just had a bad second period and it cost us the game. We have to look in the mirror and blame ourselves.
— Bruins coach Claude Julien on his team's play with the loss of defenseman Johnny Boychuk