AUSTIN, Minn. – The Austin Bruins are pleased to announce another player commitment as goaltender Brett Milled has chosen to continue his hockey career at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).
“After visiting, I knew that RPI would be a perfect fit for me,” stated Miller. “The campus and the facilities are first-class and I felt great trust after meeting with the coaches. I can’t wait to be a part of their hockey family.”
The Northville, MI, native has played in seven games for the Bruins this season, his first with the team. During that span, the 6-foot-2 goaltender has a 4-1-0-2 record, a 1.66 goals-against average, and .916 save percentage. His low goals-against average is good enough to put him second in all of the NAHL in that respective category.
Prior to arriving in Austin, Miller spent a season north of the border in the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League where he suited up for the Waterloo Siskins.
The 19-year old Miller becomes the second Bruin to commit to RPI this season, following defenseman Dylan Davies who announced his intentions previously.
“It’s a big relief to know where the next step of my hockey career will take me and now the goal is to work even harder and help bring a Robertson Cup to Austin,” he exclaimed.
Miller and the rest of the Bruins currently sit atop the Central Division standings and have a big weekend on tap with the Minot Minotauros traveling to Austin for back-to-back games. The first game comes Friday night, November 9, at Riverside Arena followed by an encore on Saturday which will be the team’s annual Military Appreciation Night Presented by 6 ABC News. To get your tickets for either night, stop by any one of the Bruins ticket partners for discounted prices or stop by the box-office on the night of the game.