|Corey Eugene Millen
Height: 5' 7", Weight: 170 pounds
Born: 3.30.64 Cloquet, Minnesota
|How he arrived: Traded by the Los Angeles Kings for the Devils' 5th round pick in the 1993 E.D.,
How he left: Traded to the Dallas Stars for Neal Broten, 2.27.95
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
It was kinda funny in 1993 that the Devils would bring in one of the smallest players in the league to play with them, but
that's what happened when they traded for Millen.
He would fit in in today's NHL game, but back then, having someone with speed and skill, but not size was a rare thing.
Thus, he would never stay with one organization for more than a couple seasons.
He was part of one historical trade, though. The Nieuwendyk-Iginla trade. It makes twice that Millen would miss out on
winning the Cup, unfortunately.
He would go and play for the Cologne Sharks in Germany after the Flames let him go and played there until 2002. He
then played one season in Switzerland before calling it a career.
He did coach junior hockey not that long ago, all in the NAHL. He coached the 11-12 season with the Alaska
Avalanche, then joined the Minnesota Wilderness in 2013 for their first 3 years of existence, winning the Robertson Cup
He is currently working on finishing his undergraduate degree in parks, recreation and leisure studies at the University
of Minnesota. At the same time, he's also assisting the Gophers' hockey staff.
|Entry Draft: 1982 Third Round Pick (57th overall) by the
New York Rangers
|Playoff Statistics with the Franchise