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USHL Goalie of the Week: Andrew Miller Junior Hockey News

Published: Sunday, 11 Apr 2021  
By: Michael Moore,

This week the USHL Goalie of the Week is Andrew Miller of the Fargo Force.  

Sometimes you have to do what you have to do and help a brother out. On Saturday, the Fargo Force played the Des Moines Buccaneers. The game was to be the starter: Brennan Boynton’s game but after the first period, Boynton collapsed on the ice and left the game. Boynton was hospitalized and is awaiting test results. 

Miller was tapped to step in and attempt to continue the shutout Boynton had started. After facing 24 shots throughout the remainder of the game, Miller did just that. When his teammate needed him most, Miller stepped up and secured the win for Boynton and the Force.

Andrew’s statistics now stand at:
W:4 L:5 T:0 SO:1 GAA:2.82 SV%:0.881
Andrew Miller (21) spent his youth playing with the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders of the NAPHL and ECEL. Miller began his Junior career with the Bismarck Bobcats of the NAHL. Andrew has made his NCAA commitment to Minnesota State Univ. (Mankato) beginning in 2021. 

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