Miller Named Easton Hockey Midwest Division Star of the Week

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.