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Tommy Miller
Tommy  Miller


West Bloomfield, Mich.

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 183



Last Team:
U.S. Nat'l Team Development Program U-18


Spartans Start Final Home Series With 4-2 Win over No. 16 Penn State

KHL line combines for seven points in the victory.


Spartans Meet No. 16 Penn State in Final Home Series of the Season

MSU will honor its seniors prior to Saturday's game.


Neil’s Notebook: Spartans Use Balanced Attack to Top No. 5 OSU

Notes, quotes and analysis from Neil Koepke on Saturday's 6-3 win over OSU in Columbus.


Neil’s Notebook: USNTDP Alums Lead Spartans to Win Over Former Team

Notes, quotes and analysis from Neil Koepke on Saturday's 3-0 exhibition win over the USNTDP U-18s.


Spartans Play Host to No. 4 Notre Dame This Weekend at Munn

MSU and Notre Dame will meet for the first time since 2013.

Prior to MSU: Recorded 20 points (3g, 17a) in 65 games in his first full season with the US National Team Development Program in 2016-17 ... Helped lead the USA to gold at the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Slovakia with two assists and a plus-4 rating in seven games ... Joined the USNTDP during the 2015-16 season, producing a 3-5--8 scoring line in 22 games for the U-17 team ... Part of the USA's 2016 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup team that advanced to the tournament finals, scoring a goal and adding an assist in five games ... Also represented Team USA at the 2015 World Under 17 Challenge in Dawson Creek and Fort St. John, British Columbia, scoring a goal and adding three assists in six games ... Played 30 games with Victory Honda in 2015-16 before joining the USNTDP where he had six assists ... Was a member of Victory Honda in 2014-15, producing two goals and six assists in 31 games ... Played bantam hockey for Compuware.

Personal: Born March 6, 1999 in Royal Oak, Michigan ... Son of Laura and Mark, both MSU graduates ... Graduated from Walled Lake Western High School where he played varsity golf as a freshman and sophomore ... Favorite player is Sergei Fedorov ... Lists his sister, Margot, who played hockey at North Dakota from 2008-12, as his biggest hockey influence.


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