Brad Mills ()
2011-12: Began season with New Jersey and played 21 games, making season debut against Philadelphia on Oct. 8 … produced first point of the season with an assist against Toronto on Nov. 2 … loaned by New Jersey on Nov. 30 …
CAREER: 2010-11: Played 53 games for the AHL Devils, posting a career-high 15 goals, including three shorthanded tallies, and 24 points … registered nine assists and 102 penalty minutes … made NHL debut, playing in four games and scoring one goal … netted first AHL goal of the season, the game-winner in overtime, at Adirondack on Oct. 16 … posted a goal and an assist at Providence on Oct. 29 … recalled to New Jersey (NHL) on Oct. 30 … scored first career NHL goal – the game-winner – at Chicago on Nov. 3 … netted a goal at Charlotte on Feb. 13 … extended scoring streak to two games with a goal at Charlotte on Feb. 15 … scored against Worcester on Feb. 18, sparking a four-goal comeback … had a goal and an assist at Hershey on Feb. 26 … netted the game-winning goal against Springfield on Mar. 12 … had an assist and was a plus-2 at Norfolk on Mar. 19 … scored a shorthanded goal at Hershey on Mar. 26 … netted a pair of goals against Adirondack on Mar. 29 … 2009-10: Played in 51 games … netted a pair of goals, including game-winner, in 3-2 win at Hartford on Jan. 29 … played 100th game with Devils during season opener at Bridgeport on Oct. 3 … scored Devils’ first-ever playoff goal at 15:16 of 1st period in 3-2 win at Worcester on Apr. 14 … totaled 67 penalty minutes which was fifth among team forwards … 2008-09: Skated in a career-high 75 games … set career highs with 21 points (5g-16a-21pts) and 108 penalty minutes in 75 games with Lowell ... accumulated 108 penalty minutes which was fourth most on the team … 2007-08: Split season between Lowell and Trenton (ECHL) … appeared in 16 games with Lowell scoring one goal and two assists … saw action in 26 games with Trenton, scored third most goals amongst forwards with nine and tallied seven assists … recorded a hat trick against Johnstown on Dec. 27 … 2006-07: Began pro career by skating in eight games with Lowell after finishing senior season at Yale …
OTHER: Was a four-year letterman at Yale … named team MVP during ’03-’04 season … played with the Fort McMurray Oil Barons in the Alberta Junior League for two seasons … led the team in scoring both years …
TRANSACTIONS: Signed as a free agent by Lowell, July 17, 2008 … signed as a free agent by New Jersey, June 1, 2009.