After one heckuva win by the Edmonton Oilers, and a pretty good game for one, Anton Lander, the American Hockey League has announced that Andrew Miller will be the replacement representative for Lander at this year’s AHL All-Star Game. Brad Hunt will also represent the Barons at the All-Star Game.
Miller has had anything but a “replacement” type of season. In 39 games played he now has 33 points which is second in team scoring (Lander has now played 10 fewer games). Andrew has been playing the second line left wing with Bogdan Yakimov and Iiro Pakarinen, and it has been beautiful music of late.
In other news, the Barons leading scorer, Jason Williams, has either been completely left out of the equation or he’s denied a request to attend (both plausible). Regardless, Williams has had a remarkable, pace-setting season for OKC, and at the ripe age of 34 nonetheless.
Congrats to all the All-Stars, and especially Andrew Miller.