The celebration continues for Yale hockey fans: Hockey captain Andrew Miller ’13 has signed a one-year entry-level contract with the Edmonton Oilers, according to the Edmonton Journal.

Miller, who scored 41 points in 37 games this season, holds the Bulldogs’ record for assists and is the team’s fifth-highest in scores, with 114 assists and 156 points scored total. The hockey forward scored a breakaway goal against crosstown rival Quinnipiac at the championship game last Saturday and has become one of the most sought-after college hockey players in the country.

He played junior hockey with the Chicago Steel in the United States Hockey League before coming to Yale.

Miller will join teammate Antoine Laganiere ’13 in the big leagues: Laganiere was signed Tuesday night by the Anaheim Ducks.