Wolves Bring Back Miller Photo: Ross Dettman/Chicago Wolves
30 July 2012

Wolves Bring Back Miller

The Chicago Wolves have re-signed forward Tim Miller.

The 25-year-old forward ranked fourth on the Wolves with a career-high 19 goals and fifth with a career-best 38 points in 75 games last season. He also paced Chicago and shared seventh among American Hockey League forwards with a +19 plus/minus rating.

He also made his Calder Cup playoff debut with the Wolves last year, scoring two goals in five games.

Overall, the Davisburg, Mich., native has tallied 32 goals, 29 assists and 61 points in 130 career AHL contests with the Wolves and Syracuse Crunch, spanning four seasons (2008-12). He also skated in 90 ECHL contests with the Gwinnett Gladiators, collecting 71 points (35G, 36A) and 205 penalty minutes.

Prior to turning pro, MILLER spent four years at the University of Michigan (CCHA), where he tallied 25 goals, 52 assists, 77 points and 196 penalty minutes in 166 games from 2005 to 2009.

In accordance with team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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