For the second time this season, Bismarck Bobcats goaltender and Rocky Mountain RoughRiders Alumni, Andrew Miller, 20, has been named as the NAHL’s Goalie of the Month. The 5’11/183 lbs. native of Boulder, Colorado, posted a 5-0-1 record during the month, which included making 137 saves on 148 total shots during the month, which was good for a 1.74 goals against average and a .926 save percentage.
Miller, who is an NAPHL grad and also committed to play NCAA Division 1 hockey for Minnesota State, had one shutout during the month and currently has a 19-7-4 record this season for the 2nd place Bobcats. Miller is another great example of a NAPHL to NAHL ladder of development success story as prior to this season he played four years in the NAPHL for the Rocky Mountain RoughRiders, which included appearances in the 2018 NAPHL 18U All-Star Game and 2018 NAHL 18U Top Prospects Tournament.
“Andrew really stepped up during one of the toughest road swings we've had all year. He gives this team a chance to win every night when he is between the pipes,” said Bobcats head coach Layne Sedevie.