New York Ranger Does The Ultimate Class Act For Special Needs Fan

Published August 2, 2022 at 0:13

The National Hockey League may not be too familiar with the name Ke'Andre Miller, but oh boy Rangers fans sure are! The 22 year old defenseman is 6 foot 4 weighing in at nearly 220 pounds and has only played one season in the NHL, putting up a impressive 7 goals and 13 assists in his first year as a New York Ranger.

Aside from his impressiveness on the ice, he is quite the character off the ice, Ke'Andre Miller attended the 3 on 3 off-season league where multiple NHL players take part in, called ''dabeauty league''. Players such as James Van Riemsdyk, Brock Nelson, Nate Schmidt, Brock Boeser, Zach Parise and more are all on rosters!

What Miller did was the ultimate class act respect, and he killed it with kindness. A mother took to social media to release her and her son with autisms amazing story!

''Miles is not a sports fan. One of his autistic traits is that he doesn't like crowds or loud noises, and going to games brings both. But he LOVES to be included, and his brother and sister are hockey obsessed. Last night at Da Beauty League, K'Andre Miller took the time to sign Miles' shirt, chat for a bit, and take a photo. The smile on Miles' face says it all. He might not love hockey, but he's now a K'Andre fan for life.''

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