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|1984 NHL DRAFT PICK|
No. 110 overall by Hartford Whalers
April 28, 1965
Height: 5-10 Weight:
|BEFORE THE DRAFT|
St. Catharines, Ontario (Canada)
Hometown: St. Catharines,
||St. Catharines||Ont. AAA
PRE-DRAFT AWARDS AND HONORS
Miscellaneous: Not selected by any team in 1983 NHL Entry Draft despite
being eligible. ... Led Brantford with 95 points and 50 goals in 1983-84.
... Was Brantford's sixth-round pick, No. 83 overall, in 1982 OHL priority
selection. ... Played center prior to entering major junior.
| Debut: November 15, 1986 (Edmonton at
Numbers: 8 (Hartford); 9
(Washington); 42 (Boston); 36 (Toronto)
Stanley Cup: Never won.
|CAREER NHL STATISTICS|
||HAR, WAS, BOS, TOR||78
AWARDS AND HONORS
1989-90: Played 15 regular-season games for Boston team that went to
1990 Stanley Cup Finals, but was not with team during postseason.
Miscellaneous: Scored goal in his first NHL game. The goal, scored on a
power play at 11:56 of the first period, beat Edmonton goaltender Andy Moog
to put Hartford up 2-0. The Whalers went on to win 6-2. ...
Signed with Toronto as unrestricted free agent on July 19, 1990.
Hamilton (OHL); Team Canada; Binghamton (AHL); Baltimore (AHL); Maine (AHL);
Newmarket (AHL); Kaufbeuren (Germany); Chur (Switzerland); Kassel,
Frankfurt, Nordhorn, Hamburg , Bremerhaven (Germany); Dundas (OHA Sr.)|
AWARDS AND HONORS
AHL All-Star Second Team: 1988-89 (Baltimore)
Hamilton/Erie Records: Most goals in one season (66 in 1984-85)
OHL Goals Leader: 1984-85 (Hamilton) (66 goals)
Miscellaneous: Was on Brantford (OHL)
team that moved to Hamilton prior to 1984-85 season. ... Named "Most
Dangerous Player in Goal Area" in a 1985 poll of OHL coaches. ... Led
Binghamton with 77 points and 45 goals as an AHL rookie in 1986-87. ...
Finished second to Brett Hull in 1986-87 AHL rookie scoring race. ... Was on Washington
team that held 1989 training camp in Sweden before joining Calgary for 1989
NHL Friendship Tour in Soviet Union. The Capitals faced four Soviet teams on
the tour, although Millar played in only one game. ... Left North America
after 1990-91 season to play remainder of his pro career in Europe. ...
Became a coach in the Stoney Creek Minor Hockey Association after his
Personal: Full name is Michael
|HOW HE GOT AWAY|
Hartford traded Millar and Neil Sheehy to Washington in exchange for Grant
Jennings and Ed Kastelic on July 6, 1988.||
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