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Born July 16, 1960 (1960-07-16) (age 49),
United States
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
210 lb (95 kg; 14 st 0 lb)
Position Left Wing
Shot Left
Pro clubs Boston Bruins (1985–89 NHL)
Los Angeles Kings (1989–92)
Career 1982 – 1992

Jay Miller was (born on July 16, 1960 in Wellesley. He played univeristy hockey with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats of the NCAA. He was selected by the Quebec Nordiques in the 4th round, 66th overall in the 1980 NHL entry draft. Jay never got a chance to show his skills with the Quebec Nordiques, spending a few seasons with a handful of American and International Hockey League teams. In 1985, the 6'2" left winger signed as a free agent with the Boston Bruins and made the team that year as their enforcer. In the 1985-86 season he played in 46 games and collected 178 penalty minutes. During his stint with the Boston Bruins, Miller was known for his many fights with John Kordic.

His role continued to expand with the Boston Bruins, playing in 78 games during the 1987-88 regular season and racking up 304 penalty minutes - both career best. That year in the playoffs, Jay was a regular on the Boston Bruins squad playing in 12 games and picking up 124 minutes in penalties. In Jaunary of 1989 he was traded from Boston Bruins to the Los Angeles Kings for future considerations. Jay Miller played four more seasons with the LA Kings, playing the role of enforcer on the team that included the great Wayne Gretzky. He retired from professional hockey in 1992, having played 446 career NHL regular season games with 1723 penalty minutes.

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