The Minnesota Wilderness stayed busy last week with four games and thanks to three more wins, where able to keep pace atop the Midwest Division standing in pursuit for a division title. Forward Aaron Miller, 19, had six points in the four games, which included three goals and three assists for the native of Superior, Wisconsin. Miller (5'10/165) began the week with a two goal, one assist performance in a 3-2 overtime win over the Minnesota Magicians on St. Patrick's Day. Two days later he had a goal and assist in another 3-2 win over the Magicians. Over the weekend, Miller picked up an assist and a shootout-winning goal in a home split with Bismarck. For the season, Miller is tied for the Wilderness scoring lead with 55 points in 56 games played. "Aaron has been a consistent offensive threat for us all year. For a first year junior player, he has been a very pleasant surprise," said Wilderness head coach Corey Millen.