Mitchell Miller is no longer a part of the University of North Dakota hockey team following an announcement from UND President Andrew Armacost on Friday.
"I have been closely monitoring the situation concerning Men’s Hockey student-athlete Mitchell Miller, who was involved in a situation as a youth in 2016. We expect our students to live by our values in the classroom, in the community and when representing the University on the field of play," said Armacost in a letter. "After much consideration and discussions with Mitchell, the Miller family, our Athletics Director, Bill Chaves, and Coach Brad Berry, I have decided that the best course of action for Mitchell and the University is that he no longer be a member of the UND Men’s Hockey program. Mitchell may remain a student at UND and we will continue to support his future intellectual and interpersonal growth." This comes after the Arizona Coyotes renounced the rights to Miller, who was selected by the team in the fourth round (111th overall) of the 2020 NHL Draft, on Thursday. Oct 30 12:36 pm (EST)
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