Jay Miller played 446 NHL games and amassed 1723 PIM's while earning the reputation as one of hockey's all-time toughest players.
Born in Wellesley, Massachusetts, Miller was chosen 66th overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1980 Entry Draft after his freshman year at the University of New Hampshire. After finishing his four years with the Wildcats, Miller spent two years in the minors. He then spent nearly four years as the Boston Bruins' enforcer and helped the club reach the Stanley Cup final in 1988.
Miller concluded his career with four solid seasons with the LA Kings before retiring in 1992.