Matthew Miller is this weeks’ Great Western Futures Super Camp USHL Player of the Week. Outside of those playing with the US National Team Development Program, there were very few USHL players with multiple goals this week. Our player of the week only managed a single goal in any game he played. However, Matthew Miller did it three times over. He deserves Player of the Week if not for the sake of consistency alone. His first goal was a power play tally in the third against Team USA U17’s, on Friday night. He opened the scoring in the 3-0 shutout of the same USA squad the following night. On Sunday, he scored a goal to close the second period in his team’s loss to the Sioux Falls Stampede.
Matthew Miller (19) is a native of Leo, Indiana. The 6’2” right-handed forward played his youth hockey Victory Honda. Prior to joining the Musketeers, Miller skated with the US National Team Development Program. Matthew has committed to play for the University of Nebraska – Omaha beginning in 2019.
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