Miller re-joins Hounds; Claimed off waivers from Rangers

Soo Greyhounds GM Kyle Raftis announced this evening that the club has acquired overage forward DAVID MILLER off OHL waivers from the Kitchener Rangers.

“We are excited to welcome David back to the Greyhounds organization. We look forward to working with David as he begins his fresh start here in the Soo” stated Raftis.

The Burlington, ON native was originally selected by the Greyhounds in the 6th Round of the 2012 OHL Priority Selection.
After playing the 2013-14 season in Sault Ste. Marie, Miller was traded to the Rangers thirty-eight games into the next year (2014-15).

Over the course of three seasons in the OHL, the 5.08, 185-lb centreman has appeared in 190 total games played tallying 53 goals and 64 assists, for 117 points.

Miller now occupies one of the team’s three overage positions along with forward Bobby MacIntyre and defenceman Medric Mercier.

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