Duncan Milroy (RW)
DRAFTED: Selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the 2nd round, 37th overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. 2006-2007 HIGHLIGHTS: Tallied his first-career AHL hat trick and was named the game’s first star on Nov. 21 vs. Manitoba (5-4 L) ... Recorded two five-game scoring streaks, from Nov. 18-28 with eight points (4-4-8) and from Feb. 9-28 with another eight points (2-6-8) ... Had a goal on Jan. 3 vs. Iowa (4-3 OTW) and became the Bulldogs’ all-time franchise leader in games played with 238, passing Jason Chimera who appeared in 237 contests with Hamilton ... Posted his 20th tally of the season on Jan. 26 vs. SAN (3-2 W), marking the first time in his professional career that he reached the 20-goal plateau ... Notched a career-high four points (2-2-4) on Feb. 11 vs. Rochester (9-5 W) ... Was recalled for the first time in his career by Montreal on Feb. 17 and played in fives games posting his first-career NHL point, an assist, on Feb. 20 against Washington before being sent back to Hamilton on Feb. 25 ... Led the Bulldogs and posted career-highs in goals (25), points (58), and power-play goals (14), while also registering a career-high 33 assists ... CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Scored a game-winning goal on a penalty shot in overtime on Apr.1/06 vs. Manchester (2-1 OTW) ... Had a five-game point streak with Hamilton from Dec. 3 – Dec. 17, notching two goals and five assists (2004-05) ... Played in 100th career AHL game vs. the Edmonton Road Runners on Feb. 11/05 (7-4 W) ... Named Bulldogs American Specialty/ AHL Man of the Year for Community Work in Hamilton (2004-05) ... Became second Bulldogs player (Mike Minard – 2000) to win Yanick Dupre Memorial Award as AHL Man of the Year for Community Work (2004-05) ... Scored first-career AHL goal vs. St. John’s Maple Leafs on Dec. 27/03 (5-1 W) ... Earned first-career AHL point, an assist, on Nov. 29/03 against Rochester (3-1 W) ... Played in first-career AHL game on Oct. 24/03 against Manitoba (5-0 W) ... Named Hamilton Bulldogs American Specialty/AHL Man of the Year award (2003-04) ... Finalist for AHL’s Yanick Dupre Memorial Award for Community Service (2003-04) ... Took part in the 2003 World Junior Development and Selections camps while finishing 21st in the WHL in scoring with the Kootenay Ice (2002-03) ... Member of the 2002 Memorial Cup winning Kootenay Ice and was named 2002 WHL Playoff MVP after recording 37 points (17-20-37) in 22 games ... In 2001-02, led the Kootenay Ice in the regular season, and finished tenth in the WHL in scoring with 87 points (45-42-87) ... Finished second in scoring with the Swift Current Broncos with 92 points (38-54-92) and 11th in the WHL in scoring (2000-01).