1929-30 Program


Millers' jerseys from 1947

See also: Minneapolis Millers (IHL)

The Minneapolis Millers were a minor league professional ice hockey team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Minneapolis Arena. The Millers originated in the Central Hockey League as a semi-professional team from the 1925-26 season. The team moved to the American Hockey Association along with other CHL teams, and played there from 1926 to 1931. The Millers then switched to a revived Central Hockey League based locally in Minnesota. After the CHL's demise, the Millers rejoined the AHA, where they played from 1935 to 1942. The team went on hiatus During World War II, and was revived in the United States Hockey League from 1945-50. The name would be briefly revived in 1951 in the American Amateur Hockey League (1947-1952).

Season-by-season resultsEdit

American Amateur Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1951-523916203354thLost Semifinals

Central Hockey LeagueEdit

SeasonGPWLTPtsGFGAStanding Playoffs
1952-533115142321441403rdLost Semifinals

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