The following article featuring Yale forward Andrew Miller appeared June 22 on the United States Hockey League (USHL) Web site.
USHL.com offers the next installment in a series of features, which presents the voices of USHL alumni, who will talk about where they are now and how the USHL has helped them reach this point.
Andrew Miller completed his freshman season at Yale University in 2009-10. He led all first-year players at Yale with 34 points (5g, 29a) while playing in all 34 games this season. His 29 assists tied for the team lead as he helped the Blue to the ECAC championship and within one victory of their first-ever trip to the Frozen Four.
Miller, a Chicago Steel star for two years, was the USHL Player of the Year during the 2008-09 season after leading the League with 82 points (32g, 50a). The Steel forward earned a spot on the All-USHL First Team and was recognized as USA Hockey's Junior Player of the Year. Over two USHL seasons, he tallied 123 points (46g, 77a) in 117 games.
Complete article can be accessed via the USHL Web site by clicking here.