The Short List
- Member of the 2002 U.S. Olympic silver medal team
- Member of the 1991 U.S. National Junior Team
Did You Know?
- Traded to the L.A. Kings from the Colorado Avalanche in February of 2001, after which the Avalanche went on to win the Stanley Cup
- Miller played four full seasons with the Avalanche (1996-2000). In his first season, he led all NHL rookies with a +15 plus/minus rating. Prior to joining the Avalanche, Miller spent three seasons in the American Hockey League with the Cornwall Aces
- After being drafted by the New York Rangers in 1989, Miller opted to first attend college at the University of Vermont, where he enjoyed an outstanding four-year career. He graduated with a degree in business
It's Every Day
In Salt Lake City, Miller will be reunited with former college teammate John LeClair for the first time in over 10 years. Miller and LeClair provided a powerful defensive and offensive punch to the University of Vermont during the two years they played together from 1989 to 1991.
About being named to the U.S. Olympic team: "I used to like playing hockey, but you never really think it's going to be you. Now I have a chance. It's fantastic. It's been a lot of hard work, but it's good that someone finally notices."