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Posted: Wednesday, November 29, 2017 11:33 am

Garrett Miller went to three high school hockey championships with Iroquois High School during his three years of varsity club hockey for the Chiefs. Although only his senior year produced a Super Sunday crown, the 2017 Iroquois graduate wanted to continue his hockey playing days at the collegiate level and ended up landing a spot on this year’s Erie Community College hockey team.

“My senior year I went to a game or two of ECC’s to see the program and compare myself to the level I was playing at and decided to try out,” Miller said.

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