Miller traded to Toronto Rock

Brandon Miller will now be joining a couple of his Six Nations Chiefs teammates in Toronto.
With the National Lacrosse League trade deadline passing at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Miller was dealt to the Toronto Rock by the Philadelphia Wings.
Rock general manager Terry Sanderson announced that his team acquired the goaltender in exchange for transition player Kyle Belton, a conditional second-round pick, and Toronto’s fourth-round pick in the 2014 NLL Draft.
“We now have one of the best goaltending tandems in the NLL,”  Sanderson said.  “We would like to thank Kyle for his two seasons of contributions to the Rock and wish him the best of luck in the future.”
Miller is in his 14th NLL season, and sixth with the Wings. He’s also had career stops in Albany, San Jose and Chicago.
The 34-year old from Orangeville appeared in just three games this season and has an 0-3 record with a goals against average of 13.80 and a save percentage of .689. His career GAA is 12.23 and SP% is .759.
Now a member of the Rock, Miller will join Chiefs teammates Colin Doyle, Rob Marshall, Jesse Gamble and Kasey Beirnes.


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