Andy Miele (C)
||Grosse Pointe Woods, MI
CAREER NOTES: 2012-2013: Miele appeared in 45 games for the Pirates. He recorded a point streak from 12/15 – 12/31 (4G, 2A) He opened the season with back-to-back 2 point games (2G, 2A). He registered a 4 assist game against Springfield on 11/23 2011-12: Miele appeared in his first professional season with Portland, skating in 69 games. Miele additionally led the Pirates in scoring (16-38-54). He recorded his first professional goal and assist in his professional debut at Bridgeport, Oct. 8th. He tallied a 2-3-5, including three power play points vs. Manchester, Oct. 19th. He made his NHL debut at Anaheim, Oct. 23. He also recorded a six-game point streak (2-6-8) from Nov. 9-19 along with a five-game assist streak (1-6-7) from Nov. 11-19. Miele was also named as an Eastern Conference All-Star. 2010-11: Miele appeared in all 39 games with Miami (OH) as an Assistant Captain, recording 24-47-71 and 35 PIM. He led the nation in points as well as being named the 2011 Hobey Baker Award Winner and AHCA First-Team All-America, NCH First-Team All-America and Player of the Year, College Hockey News First-Team All-America, USCHO Player of the Year, USA Hockey College Player of the Year, and CCHA Player of the Year. He recorded a 17-game point streak (Jan. 8-Mar. 19) during which he posted a total of 38 points. Miele registered a point in all but six games. He also had a team-leading 22 multi-point games. Miele was voted First-Team All-CCHA as well as being named to CCHA All-Tournament Team and named MVP. He ranks second on Miami’s single-season assist list (47), is tied for second on Miami’s single-season points list (71) and Ranks sixth on Miami’s all-time points list (159) 2009-10: Miele played in 43 games with Miami (OH), recording 15-29-44 and 61 PIM. He ranked second on the team with 44 points and tallied a team-high 29 assists. 2008-09: Miele was one of only six Miami players to appear in all 41 games and totaled 15-15-30 and 34 PIM. He tallied at least one point in 21 games. 2007-08: He appeared in 18 games in his first season with Miami (OH), recording 6-8-14 and four PIM.