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J.T. Miller (C)

Hartford Wolf Pack

Name: J.T. Miller
Number: 10
Position: C
Shoots: L
Height: 6-2
Weight: 195
Birthdate: 1993-03-14
Birth place: East Palestine, OH

Biography

Career Notes: 2013-14: Finished third on Wolf Pack club in assists and +/- (+10), and fourth in points, despite playing in only 41 of team’s 76 games…Tallied first career NHL playoff point, with an assist, and was +2, in NHL playoff debut 4/27, in Game Five of first-round series vs. Philadelphia (3-2 Ranger win)…Recalled by NY Rangers 4/14…Had two goals, and AHL career-high seven shots, in First-Star performance 4/12 @ St. John’s (7-2 win)…Returned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 4/2, after going scoreless in two games in latest NHL stint…Recalled by NY Rangers 3/26…Registered his, and team’s, second four-point game of the season, with 1-3-4 and a +4, in 4-3 win vs. Albany 3/8 (First Star)…Named game’s First Star 3/7 vs. Springfield, after posting 1-2-3 in 6-2 victory…Returned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 3/5, after three-game NHL stint in which he had points in two of three contests (1-1-2)…Recalled by NY Rangers 2/25…Registered his first four-point game as a pro, and Wolf Pack’s first four-point effort of the season, with 2-2-4 (including a SHG on his first career pro penalty shot) in 5-2 win @ Springfield 2/14 (First Star)…Assisted on Ryan Bourque’s game-tying goal with 3:56 left in third period, and netted shootout winner, 2/1 vs. Albany (First Star in 4-3 victory)…Tied a then-Wolf Pack season high for points and assists, stretched an assist streak to five straight games (0-8-8), and extended a points streak to six consecutive games (1-8-9), by notching three helpers in 6-3 victory @ Adirondack 1/26 (Third Star)…Extended a point-scoring streak to a pro career-high five straight games (1-5-6) with an assist 1/25 vs. St. John’s…Returned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 1/11, after eight-game NHL stint (1-1-2)…Had a goal and NHL career-high five shots 12/23 vs. Toronto…Recalled by NY Rangers 12/19…Notched 1-1-2 and shootout goal 12/13 vs. Adirondack, good for First-Star honors in 3-2 shootout loss…Returned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 12/9, after registering two shots in two-game NHL stint…Recalled by NY Rangers 12/6…Scored for a fourth straight AHL game (5-1-6) 11/27, notching 1-1-2 in 4-1 win vs. Portland (First Star)…Returned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 11/26…His first NHL goal of the year was first goal of game in 4-3 NY Ranger victory vs. Florida 11/10…Notched his first NHL point of the season with an assist 10/31 vs. Buffalo…Recalled by NY Rangers 10/14…Extended a goal-scoring streak to three consecutive games 10/12 @ Adirondack…Earned First-Star honors in Wolf Pack season debut 10/6 vs. Albany, with two goals in Pack’s first win of season…Assigned to Wolf Pack by NY Rangers 10/5, after making NHL season debut in Rangers’ season opener 10/3 @ Phoenix…2012-13: Returned to Whale by NY Rangers 4/9…Tallied his first two NHL points with a pair of goals 2/7 vs. NY Islanders (First Star in 4-1 win), becoming the first Ranger to register a multi-goal game in his home debut since Chris Kontos 1/3/83, and the youngest Ranger (19 years, 330 days) to tally a multi-goal game since Alex Kovalev (19 years, 307 days) notched a hat trick 12/27/92…Was +1 with two shots in NHL debut 2/5 @ New Jersey, after earning first career NHL recall from NY Rangers 2/4…Represented Whale on Eastern Conference squad at 2013 AHL All-Star Classic 1/27-1/28 in Providence…Reassigned back to Whale from U.S. National Junior Team 1/6…Assistant captain of gold medal-winning USA squad at World Junior Tournament in Ufa, Russia (2-7-9 in 7 GP, good for team lead, and tie for second overall in tournament, in assists, and a tie for tops on team, and tie for fifth in tournament, in points)…Reassigned from Whale to U.S. National Junior Team 12/16…Netted his second GWG in four games, and added an assist, in First-Star performance 12/12 vs. Worcester (2-1 victory)…Had his first multiple-point game as a pro 12/5 vs. Bridgeport with two goals, including his first pro GWG, in 4-2 win (First Star)…Notched his first pro goal in Whale’s first win of season, a 5-2 triumph 10/24 @ Albany…Registered an assist in each of the season’s first three games (0-3-3)…Had an assist in regular-season pro debut 10/12 vs. Bridgeport…2011-12: Registered his first pro point with an assist in Game One of Eastern Conference Semifinals 5/2 @ Norfolk (3-2 overtime win)…Was +1 in pro debut 4/21, a 3-0 Whale win @ Bridgeport in Game Two of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals…Finished OHL postseason tied for second on Plymouth club in assists…Ranked fourth among Plymouth skaters in regular-season assists, tied for fourth in points and finished fifth in goals…Skated for U.S. team at World Junior Championship (2-2-4, +3 in 6 GP)…2010-11: Top scorer (4-9-13 in 6 GP) for gold medal-winning USA squad at 2011 IIHF World Under-18 Championship.

View Game By Game Stats Player Stats

Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2014-15 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 6 2 3 5 1 18 4 0 0 0 0.000
2013-14 Regular Season Hartford Wolf Pack 41 15 27 42 10 128 47 3 6 2 0.500
2012-13 Regular Season Connecticut Whale 42 8 15 23 -12 65 29 0 1 0 0.000
Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- SOG PIM SOG SOA SOGW SO
2012 Calder Cup Playoffs Connecticut Whale 8 0 1 1 -2 12 2 0 0 0 0.000