Anaheim Ducks
Arizona Coyotes
Brandon McMillan
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BrandonMcMillan
POSITION: Center
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
SHOOTS: Left
WEIGHT: 190
BIRTHDATE: 03/22/1990
AGE: 24
BIRTHPLACE: Richmond, BC, CAN
DRAFTED: ANA: 2008-85 overall
Appeared in his second NHL season with Anaheim in 2011-12, collecting 0-4=4 points with 20 PIM in 25 games…was a plus-or-even in 15 of his 25 appearances…earned his first point of the season (assist) in Anaheim’s home opener, Oct. 14 vs. SJ…was reassigned to Syracuse (AHL) on Nov. 28 and Dec. 16 for the remainder of the season…played 55 games with Syracuse, earning 12-18=30 points with a +5 rating and 36 PIM…ranked seventh on the club in scoring and tied for sixth in goals…added 1-1=2 points in four Calder Cup Playoff games…scored a season-high 1-2=3 points in a 5-2 win, Dec. 28 vs. Springfield…netted a season-best two goals (2-0=2) to lead Syracuse to a 4-3 victory, Mar. 26 vs. Rochester…made his NHL debut with Anaheim in his first professional season in 2010-11…appeared in all six of Anaheim’s CQF contests vs. Nashville, scoring 1-1=2 points…picked up his first postseason goal and assist (1-1=2) in Game 4 of the CQF, Apr. 20 @ NSH…his goal served as the club’s sixth in a 6-3 victory…made his postseason debut in Game 1 of the CQF, Apr. 13 vs. NSH…appeared in 60 regular season games, scoring 11-10=21 points with 18 PIM…was recalled from Syracuse on Nov. 20 and remained with the Ducks for the rest of the season…established a rookie record with two SHG on the season…ranked tied for third in the NHL in rookie SHG…logged a career-high 20:31 TOI, Feb. 25 vs. MIN…had a career-high five-game point streak (3-2=5) from Feb. 5-16, which was tied for the seventh-longest among NHL rookies in 2010-11…scored his second career SHG as part of a 5-4 OT victory, Feb. 11 @ CGY…scored his first career PPG, Jan. 12 vs. STL…had a career-high three-game assist streak (0-3=3), Dec. 28-Jan. 2…recorded his first career multi-point game (1-1=2), first career GWG and SHG, and a career-high +3 rating, Dec. 20 @ BOS…collected his first NHL assist, Dec. 10 vs. CGY…scored his first career NHL goal in his third career game, Nov. 27 @ PHX…made his NHL debut, Nov. 21 vs. EDM…in 16 games with Syracuse, scored 4-5=9 points with 10 PIM…signed a three-year entry-level contract through 2012-13, May 28, 2010…appeared in his fourth WHL season with Kelowna in 2009-10, scoring 25-42=67 points with 63 PIM in 55 games…among team leaders, 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…opened the season on an eight-game point streak (4-11=15), Sept. 19-Oct. 10…also had points in 14 of his first 15 games (7-18=25), Sept. 19-Nov. 14…closed the season on a season-best 10-game point streak (10-9=19) from Feb. 21-Mar. 13, including a career-high four goals (4-0=4) in Kelowna’s season finale on Mar. 13 vs. Prince George…had 5-10=15 points in 12 playoff games with Kelowna…led the team in postseason scoring, assists, plus/minus (+5) and points-per-game (1.25)…also represented Canada at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, earning 4-4=8 points in six games…in his third season with Kelowna in 2008-09, registered 14-35=49 points in 70 games…finished fifth on the club in assists and sixth in points…helped the Rockets to a WHL Championship, appearing in 16 postseason contests with four assists…advanced to the Memorial Cup final, falling to Windsor (OHL), 4-1…had a career-high five-point night (3-2=5) on Nov. 21 @ Prince George…in 2007-08, more than tripled his point production from the previous season…finished fifth among the Rockets in scoring (15-26=41) and second in games played (71), missing only one contest during the 2007-08 regular season…helped Team Canada to a gold medal at the 2008 Under-18 IIHF World Championship…played in seven postseason contests with Kelowna, going scoreless…in his rookie season in 2006-07, collected 2-10=12 points in 55 contests.