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{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
 
{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
| position = [[winger (ice hockey)|Left Wing]]
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| name = Jason Miller
| played_for = '''''[[National Hockey League|NHL]]'''''<br>[[New Jersey Devils]]<br>'''''[[International Hockey League (1945–2001)|IHL]]'''''<br>[[Peoria Rivermen]]<br>[[San Antonio Dragons]]<br>'''''[[American Hockey League|AHL]]'''''<br>[[Utica Devils]]<br>[[Albany River Rats]]<br>[[Adirondack Red Wings]]<br>'''''[[Deutsche Eishockey Liga|DEL]]'''''<br>[[Kaufbeuren Eagles]]<br>[[Duesseldorf EG]]<br>[[Nuernberg Ice Tigers]]<br>[[Hamburg Freezers]]<br>'''''[[2.GBun]]'''''<br>[[Schwenningen ERC]]<br>[[Regensburg EV]]<br>[[Dresdner Eislöwen]]<br>'''''[[SM-liiga|FNL]]'''''<br>[[HPK Hameenlinna]]
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| image = Jason Miller 2009.jpg
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| image_size = 230px
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| position = [[Left Wing (ice hockey)|Left Wing]]
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| shot = Left
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| played_for = '''''[[National Hockey League|NHL]]'''''<br>[[New Jersey Devils]]<br>'''''[[International Hockey League (1945–2001)|IHL]]'''''<br>[[Peoria Rivermen]]<br>[[San Antonio Dragons]]<br>'''''[[American Hockey League|AHL]]'''''<br>[[Utica Devils]]<br>[[Albany River Rats]]<br>[[Adirondack Red Wings]]<br>'''''[[Deutsche Eishockey Liga|DEL]]'''''<br>[[Kaufbeurer Adler]]<br>[[Duesseldorf EG]]<br>[[Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers|Nürnberg Ice Tigers]]<br>[[Hamburg Freezers]]<br>'''''[[2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey)|2.GBun]]'''''<br>[[Schwenninger Wild Wings]]<br>[[Regensburg EV]]<br>[[Dresdner Eislöwen]]<br>'''''[[SM-liiga]]'''''<br>[[HPK Hameenlinna]]
 
| height_ft = 6
 
| height_ft = 6
 
| height_in = 1
 
| height_in = 1
 
| weight_lb = 190
 
| weight_lb = 190
| nationality = {{flagicon|CAN}} Canadian
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| ntl_team =
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1971|3|1}}
 
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1971|3|1}}
| birth_place = [[Edmonton]], [[Alberta|Alta]], [[Canada|Can]]
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| birth_place = [[Edmonton]], [[Alberta|AB]], [[Canada|CAN]]
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| draft = 18th overall
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| draft_year = 1989
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| draft_team = [[New Jersey Devils]]
 
| career_start = 1990
 
| career_start = 1990
| career_end = ''Present''
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| career_end = 2010
 
}}
 
}}
   
'''Jason Miller''' (born March 1, 1971 in [[Edmonton]], [[Alberta]], [[Canada]]) is an [[ice hockey]] [[winger|left winger]] currently playing for the [[Dresdner Eislöwen]] in the [[2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey)|2nd Bundesliga]].
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'''Jason Miller''' (born March 1, 1971 in [[Edmonton]], [[Alberta]]) is an [[Canadian]] former professional [[ice hockey]] [[winger (ice hockey)|left winger]] who last played for [[Dresdner Eislöwen]] in the [[2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey)|2nd Bundesliga]].
   
Miller started out in junior hockey with the [[Medicine Hat Tigers]] and won the [[Memorial Cup]] in his first season there (1987-88). A good junior career got him picked 1st (18th overall) by the [[New Jersey Devils]] in the [[1989 NHL Entry Draft]].
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==Playing career==
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Miller was drafted 18th overall by the [[New Jersey Devils]] in the [[1989 NHL Entry Draft]].<ref name=loh>{{cite web |url= http://www.legendsofhockey.net/LegendsOfHockey/jsp/SearchPlayer.jsp?player=11119 |title = Jason Miller's Player Profile |publisher = Legends of Hockey.net| accessdate =2010-04-22}}</ref>
   
Despite that when Miller turned pro in 1991 he could not crack the Devils' lineup. In 1995-96 he went to Europe and played some games in [[Germany]] and [[Finland]]. He came back in mid-season to play for the [[Peoria Riverman]] and then played the next season for the [[San Antonio Dragons]].
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Miller was also an indirect participant in one of the most important trades in NHL history. Almost a year prior to the 1989 NHL Entry Draft the Edmonton Oilers traded "The Great One" [[Wayne Gretzky]], along with [[Marty McSorley]] and [[Mike Krushelnyski]], to the Los Angeles Kings for [[Jimmy Carson]], [[Martin Gelinas]], $15&nbsp;million in cash, and the Kings' first-round draft picks in [[1989 NHL Entry Draft|1989]], [[1991 NHL Entry Draft|1991]], and [[1993 NHL Entry Draft|1993]]. The Oilers later traded their 1989 first-round draft pick to the [[New Jersey Devils]] who drafted Miller 18th overall in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.<ref name="loh"/>
   
Miller did not get any interest from the [[NHL]] so he returned to Europe.
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He was assigned to the [[American Hockey League]] for the [[Utica Devils]] and then the [[Albany River Rats]]. In three seasons, Miller played just six NHL games for New Jersey and failed to register a point. After a season with the [[Adirondack Red Wings]], Miller moved to Europe with a spell in [[Finland]]'s [[SM-liiga]] with [[HPK]] and in [[Germany]]'s [[Deutsche Eishockey Liga]] with [[Kaufbeurer Adler]] before returning to the United States in the [[International Hockey League (1945–2001)|International Hockey League]] with the [[Peoria Rivermen (IHL)|Peoria Rivermen]] and the [[San Antonio Dragons]].<ref name=loh/>
   
{{DevilsFirstPick}}
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In 1996, Miller returned to Germany, spending one season with [[DEG Metro Stars|Düsseldorfer EG]] before moving to the [[Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers|Nürnberg Ice Tigers]] where he spent four seasons. He spent one more season in the DEL with the [[Hamburg Freezers]]<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.hockey-reference.com/players/m/milleja03.html |title = Jason Miller |publisher = Hockey Reference.com| accessdate =2010-04-22}}</ref> before dropping down to the [[2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey)|2nd Bundesliga]] and signing with the [[Schwenningen Wild Wings]]. He then spent four seasons with [[EV Eisbären Regensburg]] before joining [[Dresdner Eislöwen]] in 2008.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://www.eishockey.info/eishockey/WebApp%3Fcmd%3DdisplayArtikelSeite%26artikel%3D17952&ei=jo_QS5vmA8L88AbmksCaDw&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CA0Q7gEwAzgK&prev=/search%3Fq%3D%2522Jason%2BMiller%2522%2BDresden%2BIce%2BLions%2Bhockey%26start%3D10%26hl%3Den%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26sa%3DN%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-US:official%26channel%3Ds |title = Jason Miller rushes for Dresden |publisher = .EIS Hockey.info| accessdate =2010-04-2010}}</ref> after Regensburg withdrew from the league due to financial difficulties.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.esbg.de/|title=Nach Regensburg muss auch Essen Insolvenz anmelden (in German)|publisher=ESBG|date=2008-04-15|accessdate=2008-04-16}}</ref> During his second season with Dresdner, with the team slumping and in need for injury replacements, Miller was released from his contract on January 25, 2010.<ref>{{cite web | url = http://www.eisloewen.de/aktuelles/einzelansicht/article/jason-miller-und-stefan-mann-freigestellt.html?tx_ttnews<!--[-->backPid<!--]-->=12&cHash=77cd9829c2 | title = Jason Miller and Stefan Mann released as free agents | publisher = ''eislowen.de'' | date = 2010-01-25 | accessdate = 2010-07-28| language = German}}</ref>
   
{{Wikipedia}}
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==Career statistics==
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{| border="0" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="0" style="text-align:center; width:75%"
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|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
  +
! colspan="3" bgcolor="#ffffff" |
  +
! rowspan="99" bgcolor="#ffffff" |
  +
! colspan="5" | [[Regular season]]
  +
! rowspan="99" bgcolor="#ffffff" |
  +
! colspan="5" | [[Playoffs]]
  +
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
  +
! [[Season (sports)|Season]]
  +
! Team
  +
! League
  +
! GP
  +
! [[Goal (ice hockey)|G]]
  +
! [[Assist (ice hockey)|A]]
  +
! [[Point (ice hockey)|Pts]]
  +
! [[Penalty (ice hockey)|PIM]]
  +
! GP
  +
! G
  +
! A
  +
! Pts
  +
! PIM
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1987-88 WHL season|1987–88]]
  +
| [[Medicine Hat Tigers]]
  +
| [[Western Hockey League|WHL]]
  +
| 71
  +
| 11
  +
| 18
  +
| 29
  +
| 28
  +
| 15
  +
| 0
  +
| 1
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1988-89 WHL season|1988–89]]
  +
| Medicine Hat Tigers
  +
| WHL
  +
| 72
  +
| 51
  +
| 55
  +
| 106
  +
| 44
  +
| 3
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 3
  +
| 2
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1989-90 WHL season|1989–90]]
  +
| Medicine Hat Tigers
  +
| WHL
  +
| 66
  +
| 43
  +
| 56
  +
| 99
  +
| 40
  +
| 3
  +
| 3
  +
| 2
  +
| 5
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1990-91 WHL season|1990–91]]
  +
| Medicine Hat Tigers
  +
| WHL
  +
| 66
  +
| 60
  +
| 76
  +
| 136
  +
| 31
  +
| 12
  +
| 9
  +
| 10
  +
| 19
  +
| 8
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1990-91 NHL season|1990–91]]
  +
| [[New Jersey Devils]]
  +
| [[NHL]]
  +
| 1
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1991-92 AHL season|1991–92]]
  +
| [[Utica Devils]]
  +
| [[American Hockey League|AHL]]
  +
| 71
  +
| 23
  +
| 32
  +
| 55
  +
| 31
  +
| 4
  +
| 1
  +
| 3
  +
| 4
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1991-92 NHL season|1991–92]]
  +
| New Jersey Devils
  +
| NHL
  +
| 3
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1992-93 AHL season|1992–93]]
  +
| Utica Devils
  +
| AHL
  +
| 72
  +
| 28
  +
| 42
  +
| 70
  +
| 43
  +
| 5
  +
| 4
  +
| 4
  +
| 8
  +
| 2
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1992-93 NHL season|1992–93]]
  +
| New Jersey Devils
  +
| NHL
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1993-94 AHL season|1993–94]]
  +
| [[Albany River Rats]]
  +
| AHL
  +
| 77
  +
| 22
  +
| 53
  +
| 75
  +
| 65
  +
| 5
  +
| 1
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 4
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1994-95 AHL season|1994–95]]
  +
| [[Adirondack Red Wings]]
  +
| AHL
  +
| 77
  +
| 32
  +
| 33
  +
| 65
  +
| 39
  +
| 4
  +
| 1
  +
| 0
  +
| 1
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 1995–96
  +
| [[HPK Hameenlinna]]
  +
| [[SM-Liiga|SM-l]]
  +
| 22
  +
| 4
  +
| 6
  +
| 10
  +
| 10
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1995-96 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|1995–96]]
  +
| Kaufbeurer Adler
  +
| [[Deutsche Eishockey Liga|DEL]]
  +
| 3
  +
| 1
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 1995–96
  +
| [[Peoria Rivermen]]
  +
| [[International Hockey League (1945-2001)|IHL]]
  +
| 39
  +
| 16
  +
| 22
  +
| 38
  +
| 6
  +
| 11
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 3
  +
| 4
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| 1996–97
  +
| [[San Antonio Dragons]]
  +
| IHL
  +
| 76
  +
| 26
  +
| 43
  +
| 69
  +
| 43
  +
| 9
  +
| 1
  +
| 4
  +
| 5
  +
| 6
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1997-98 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|1997–98]]
  +
| [[Duesseldorf EG]]
  +
| DEL
  +
| 49
  +
| 16
  +
| 21
  +
| 37
  +
| 26
  +
| 3
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 3
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[1998-99 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|1998–99]]
  +
| [[Nürnberg Ice Tigers]]
  +
| DEL
  +
| 51
  +
| 30
  +
| 31
  +
| 61
  +
| 56
  +
| 13
  +
| 5
  +
| 6
  +
| 11
  +
| 8
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[1999-00 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|1999–00]]
  +
| Nürnberg Ice Tigers
  +
| DEL
  +
| 54
  +
| 22
  +
| 20
  +
| 42
  +
| 34
  +
| 11
  +
| 4
  +
| 9
  +
| 13
  +
| 27
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[2000-01 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|2000–01]]
  +
| Nürnberg Ice Tigers
  +
| DEL
  +
| 56
  +
| 21
  +
| 36
  +
| 57
  +
| 44
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
| 2
  +
| 2
  +
| 2
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| [[2001-02 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|2001–02]]
  +
| Nürnberg Ice Tigers
  +
| DEL
  +
| 50
  +
| 10
  +
| 23
  +
| 33
  +
| 75
  +
| 4
  +
| 0
  +
| 1
  +
| 1
  +
| 6
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| [[2002-03 Deutsche Eishockey Liga season|2002–03]]
  +
| [[Hamburg Freezers]]
  +
| DEL
  +
| 47
  +
| 5
  +
| 5
  +
| 10
  +
| 14
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 2003–04
  +
| SERC Wild Wings
  +
| [[2nd Bundesliga (ice hockey)|2.GBun]]
  +
| 47
  +
| 11
  +
| 38
  +
| 49
  +
| 61
  +
| 3
  +
| 1
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| 2004–05
  +
| EV Eisbären Regensburg
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 51
  +
| 37
  +
| 37
  +
| 74
  +
| 77
  +
| 10
  +
| 5
  +
| 9
  +
| 14
  +
| 12
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 2005–06
  +
| EV Eisbären Regensburg
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 50
  +
| 25
  +
| 40
  +
| 65
  +
| 95
  +
| 5
  +
| 1
  +
| 2
  +
| 3
  +
| 8
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| 2006–07
  +
| EV Eisbären Regensburg
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 44
  +
| 24
  +
| 26
  +
| 50
  +
| 88
  +
| 4
  +
| 0
  +
| 2
  +
| 2
  +
| 0
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 2007–08
  +
| EV Eisbären Regensburg
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 47
  +
| 18
  +
| 21
  +
| 39
  +
| 64
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center"
  +
| 2008–09
  +
| [[Dresdner Eislöwen]]
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 29
  +
| 17
  +
| 12
  +
| 29
  +
| 10
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- ALIGN="center" bgcolor="#f0f0f0"
  +
| 2009–10
  +
| Dresdner Eislöwen
  +
| 2.GBun
  +
| 38
  +
| 7
  +
| 22
  +
| 29
  +
| 32
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
| —
  +
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
  +
! colspan="3" | AHL totals
  +
! 297
  +
! 105
  +
! 160
  +
! 265
  +
! 178
  +
! 18
  +
! 7
  +
! 8
  +
! 15
  +
! 6
  +
|- bgcolor="#e0e0e0"
  +
! colspan="3" | NHL totals
  +
! 6
  +
! 0
  +
! 0
  +
! 0
  +
! 0
  +
! —
  +
! —
  +
! —
  +
! —
  +
! —
  +
|}
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== References ==
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{{Reflist}}
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==External links==
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*{{eliteprospects|27215|Jason Miller}}
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*{{hockeydb|3725|Jason Miller}}
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*{{eurohockey|929|Jason Miller}}
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{{succession box | before = [[Bill Guerin]] | title = [[List of New Jersey Devils draft picks|New Jersey Devils first round draft pick]] | years = [[1989 NHL Entry Draft|1989]] | after = [[Martin Brodeur]]}}
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Latest revision as of 10:55, November 16, 2011

Jason Miller
Jason Miller 2009
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Height
Weight
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
190 lb (86 kg)
Teams NHL
New Jersey Devils
IHL
Peoria Rivermen
San Antonio Dragons
AHL
Utica Devils
Albany River Rats
Adirondack Red Wings
DEL
Kaufbeurer Adler
Duesseldorf EG
Nürnberg Ice Tigers
Hamburg Freezers
2.GBun
Schwenninger Wild Wings
Regensburg EV
Dresdner Eislöwen
SM-liiga
HPK Hameenlinna
Born March 1 1971 (1971-03-01) (age 49),
Edmonton, AB, CAN
NHL Draft 18th overall, 1989
New Jersey Devils
Pro Career 1990 – 2010


Jason Miller (born March 1, 1971 in Edmonton, Alberta) is an Canadian former professional ice hockey left winger who last played for Dresdner Eislöwen in the 2nd Bundesliga.

Playing careerEdit

Miller was drafted 18th overall by the New Jersey Devils in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.[1]

Miller was also an indirect participant in one of the most important trades in NHL history. Almost a year prior to the 1989 NHL Entry Draft the Edmonton Oilers traded "The Great One" Wayne Gretzky, along with Marty McSorley and Mike Krushelnyski, to the Los Angeles Kings for Jimmy Carson, Martin Gelinas, $15 million in cash, and the Kings' first-round draft picks in 1989, 1991, and 1993. The Oilers later traded their 1989 first-round draft pick to the New Jersey Devils who drafted Miller 18th overall in the 1989 NHL Entry Draft.[1]

He was assigned to the American Hockey League for the Utica Devils and then the Albany River Rats. In three seasons, Miller played just six NHL games for New Jersey and failed to register a point. After a season with the Adirondack Red Wings, Miller moved to Europe with a spell in Finland's SM-liiga with HPK and in Germany's Deutsche Eishockey Liga with Kaufbeurer Adler before returning to the United States in the International Hockey League with the Peoria Rivermen and the San Antonio Dragons.[1]

In 1996, Miller returned to Germany, spending one season with Düsseldorfer EG before moving to the Nürnberg Ice Tigers where he spent four seasons. He spent one more season in the DEL with the Hamburg Freezers[2] before dropping down to the 2nd Bundesliga and signing with the Schwenningen Wild Wings. He then spent four seasons with EV Eisbären Regensburg before joining Dresdner Eislöwen in 2008.[3] after Regensburg withdrew from the league due to financial difficulties.[4] During his second season with Dresdner, with the team slumping and in need for injury replacements, Miller was released from his contract on January 25, 2010.[5]

Career statisticsEdit

Regular season Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1987–88 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL 71 11 18 29 28 15 0 1 1 2
1988–89 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL 72 51 55 106 44 3 1 2 3 2
1989–90 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL 66 43 56 99 40 3 3 2 5 0
1990–91 Medicine Hat Tigers WHL 66 60 76 136 31 12 9 10 19 8
1990–91 New Jersey Devils NHL 1 0 0 0 0
1991–92 Utica Devils AHL 71 23 32 55 31 4 1 3 4 0
1991–92 New Jersey Devils NHL 3 0 0 0 0
1992–93 Utica Devils AHL 72 28 42 70 43 5 4 4 8 2
1992–93 New Jersey Devils NHL 2 0 0 0 0
1993–94 Albany River Rats AHL 77 22 53 75 65 5 1 1 2 4
1994–95 Adirondack Red Wings AHL 77 32 33 65 39 4 1 0 1 0
1995–96 HPK Hameenlinna SM-l 22 4 6 10 10
1995–96 Kaufbeurer Adler DEL 3 1 1 2 0
1995–96 Peoria Rivermen IHL 39 16 22 38 6 11 1 2 3 4
1996–97 San Antonio Dragons IHL 76 26 43 69 43 9 1 4 5 6
1997–98 Duesseldorf EG DEL 49 16 21 37 26 3 1 2 3 0
1998–99 Nürnberg Ice Tigers DEL 51 30 31 61 56 13 5 6 11 8
1999–00 Nürnberg Ice Tigers DEL 54 22 20 42 34 11 4 9 13 27
2000–01 Nürnberg Ice Tigers DEL 56 21 36 57 44 2 0 2 2 2
2001–02 Nürnberg Ice Tigers DEL 50 10 23 33 75 4 0 1 1 6
2002–03 Hamburg Freezers DEL 47 5 5 10 14 2 0 0 0 0
2003–04 SERC Wild Wings 2.GBun 47 11 38 49 61 3 1 1 2 0
2004–05 EV Eisbären Regensburg 2.GBun 51 37 37 74 77 10 5 9 14 12
2005–06 EV Eisbären Regensburg 2.GBun 50 25 40 65 95 5 1 2 3 8
2006–07 EV Eisbären Regensburg 2.GBun 44 24 26 50 88 4 0 2 2 0
2007–08 EV Eisbären Regensburg 2.GBun 47 18 21 39 64
2008–09 Dresdner Eislöwen 2.GBun 29 17 12 29 10
2009–10 Dresdner Eislöwen 2.GBun 38 7 22 29 32
AHL totals 297 105 160 265 178 18 7 8 15 6
NHL totals 6 0 0 0 0

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jason Miller's Player Profile. Legends of Hockey.net. Retrieved on 2010-04-22.
  2. Jason Miller. Hockey Reference.com. Retrieved on 2010-04-22.
  3. Jason Miller rushes for Dresden. .EIS Hockey.info. Retrieved on 2010-04-2010.
  4. Nach Regensburg muss auch Essen Insolvenz anmelden (in German). ESBG (2008-04-15). Retrieved on 2008-04-16.
  5. Jason Miller and Stefan Mann released as free agents (German). eislowen.de (2010-01-25). Retrieved on 2010-07-28.

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Preceded by
Bill Guerin
New Jersey Devils first round draft pick
1989
Succeeded by
Martin Brodeur
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