Brandon McMillan (LW)
Draft: 2008, Anaheim, Round 3 (85th Overall)
Acquired: Signed by Anaheim (NHL) to a three-year, entry-level contract on 05/28/10
Ranked seventh on Syracuse (AHL) in scoring and tied for sixth in goals… Netted a season best two goals to lead Syracuse to a 4-3 victory on 3/26/12 vs. Rochester …
2010-11: Appeared in all six of Anaheim’s 2011 Stanley Cup Playoff games… Established a Anaheim Duck rookie record with two shorthanded goals during the 2010-11 season and finished tied for third in the NHL for shorthanded goals by a rookie… Scored first NHL goal/point on 11/27/10 with Anaheim at Phoenix… Made NHL debut on 11/21/10 for Anaheim vs. Edmonton… Scored first pro/AHL goal in pro/AHL debut 10/08/10 with Syracuse at Lake Erie (Bacashihua).
Junior Career: Helped Kelowna win the WHL championship in 2009… Led Kelowna (WHL) in points, assists and plus-minus (+5) in the 2010 WHL playoffs… Played six games for Team Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championships, recording eight points (4g, 4a)… Among team leaders with Kelowna (WHL) in 2009-10, ranked first in points-per-game (1.22), tied for first in plus/minus (+11), tied for second in goals, and third in scoring and assists… Helped Kelowna win 2009 WHL Championship and advance to the Memorial Cup Tournament… Helped Team Canada win a gold medal at the 2008 U-18 IIHF World Championships.