It was a crazy week for young prospect Mitchell Miller.
The former Arizona Coyotes prospect's ugly past was made public with stories of bullying and racism which included charges and a court case.
Not long after that the Coyotes dropped him from their organization and he got kicked out of the University of North Dakota.
Miller still dreams of being an NHL player one day and might have found his next home.
While it isn't in the NHL, one professional hockey team sounds like they're willing to take a shot on him.
According to Russian website Championat, Miller is about to move to Russia and sign with the SKA organization one of the top teams in the KHL.
Russian website Championat is reporting that Mitchell Miller may move to Russia and likely into the SKA organization after he was removed from North Dakota's hockey program and his rights were renounced by the Coyotes. https://t.co/kbK1r4xSl6
— Jokke Nevalainen (@JokkeNevalainen) November 1, 2020