Duncan Milroy
Duncan Milroy
Right Wing
Number: 62
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 196
Shoots: Right
Born: 8 Feb 1983
Birthplace: Edmonton, AB, Canada
Drafted: MTL / 2001 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 2nd (37th overall)
2006-2007: At the time of his callup, led the Bulldogs in points (52) and in goals (23)... Has 14 multiple-point games, including one four-point game (1-3-4 - February 11, 2007 against Rochester) and one three-goal game (3-0-3 - November 21, 2006 against Manitoba)... Had a five-game point streak (4-4-8 - from November 18 to November 28)... Collected at least one point in each of his last four games with the Bulldogs (2-5-7 - from February 9 to February 16).
2005-06: Scored 1st goal of the season, which was his 50th point as a member of the Bulldogs against the Toronto Marlies on November 3, 2005... Scored the game-winning goal on a penalty shot in overtime against the Manchester Monarchs on April 1, 2006.
2004-05: Had a five-game point scoring streak (2-5-7 - from December 3 to December 17)... Played in his 100th career game with the Bulldogs against Edmonton on February 11... Named Hamilton Bulldogs AHL Man of the Year for Community Work in Hamilton for the second consecutive season... Became the second Hamilton Bulldogs in franchise history (Mike Minard - 2000) to win Yanick Dupre Memorial Award as AHL Man of the Year for Community Work...
2003-04: Played his 1st professionnal game (with the Bulldogs) on October 24 against Manitoba... Recorded 1st point (assist) on November 29 against Rochester... Scored 1st goal on December 27 against St. John's... Recorded his 1st three-point game on January 28 against St. John's...
Junior: In 264 career games with Swift Current (1998-2001) and Kootenay (2001-2003) of the Western Hockey League, collected 287 points, including 132 goals (132-155-287). Led Kootenay to a Memorial Cup championship in 2001-02, thanks to 17 goals and 37 points, both league-highs, in 22 playoff games... Named 2002 WHL Playoff MVP... Added four points, including three goals, in four Memorial Cup games.