ESPN Fantasy Projection: Miller's 2022-23 performance would have to be termed as a bit of a disappointment. He scored 32 goals for a second straight season and averaged more than a point-per-game (82 points in 81 games) once again, but that's where the good comes to an end. Miller's name came up in trade rumors despite the fact the Canucks had just signed him to an eight-year, $56 million deal right before training camp. His assist total dropped from 67 to 50, and he finished with eight fewer points with the man advantage (30) despite averaging 40 seconds more of power-play time per game. However, Vancouver was a terrible team last season, and Miller still produced pretty admirably, so perhaps things aren't as bleak as they appeared last year.