Chris Miller has committed to play college hockey for the University of New Hampshire. The Junior Bruins forward is in his third season with that organization, but his first playing in the newly formed USPHL Premier Division. Miller has five goals and four assists in 18 games played this fall for coach Peter Masters' team. Miller stands at five-feet-six, and projects as a speedy, energy line player at the collegiate level. Miller, a '95, will join Dick Umile's Wildcats for the 2015-16 season after another year of junior hockey.
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