Yale senior forward Andrew Miller has agreed to a one-year contract with the Edmonton Oilers. Details of the contract were not immediately available.
Miller is small, but has been an electric scorer at every level he's played at. He won Michigan's Mr. Hockey award as a senior at Detroit Cranbrook-Kingswood, and scored 82 points in 58 games in his second season with the Chicago Steel of the USHL. He had four fantastic campaigns with Yale, scoring at least 34 points every year, with a career high 45 points in his sophomore season. He finished his senior season strong, leading the Bulldogs to a national title and tying teammate Kenny Agostino for the team lead in scoring with 41 points.