Tim Miller has announced that he has re-signed with the Chicago Wolves.
The announcement came shortly before 3 p.m. ET, via the Wolves forward’s Twitter account.
— Timothy J. Miller (@Millsi14) July 16, 2013
Miller, who has spent the last three seasons in Chicago, is looking to come back from his worst professional season to to date. In 2012-13 — just one year after Miller set career highs in points with 38 (19-19) and assists — Miller scored only two goals and added only four assists with the Windy City’s AHL club.
However, Miller has been a consistent performer prior to last season, and one would have to imagine that the goal is to get him back onto the scoring sheet more often next season.
With the hiring of John Anderson to bring the Wolves back to glory, chances are that Miller is going to benefit from what could be the best AHL coaching of his career. Anderson has a penchant for minor league success, and Miller looks like he could end up being a piece of that puzzle.
Official word on the signing has yet to come from the Wolves.