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Brandon McMillan

North American Skater - Kelowna, WHL
Final Rank:48Midterm Rank:44
Height:5' 10"Weight:188
Born:March 22, 1990
Born in:Richmond, BC, CAN
Drafted: 2008: ANA (3rd Round / 85th Overall) 
  • Helped Team Canada win gold at the 2008 Under-18 IIHF World Championships, scoring a goal and two assists in the tournament.
  • Represented Team B.C. at the 2007 Canada Winter Games.
  • Patterns his game after Ottawa's Mike Fisher because he’s a skilled two-way player and wears number 15 because it was given to him.
  • Credits his parents for having had the most influence on his career and for having given the best advice of just playing his game.
  • Began playing hockey at the age of three in the Little Gretzky’s program in South Delta where he then played his minor hockey for eight years.
  • His most memorable hockey moment was winning the Bantam league championship and his most embarrassing hockey moment is forgetting his jersey and having to wear a sweatshirt over his gear.
  • If he could invite any three people to dinner he would choose: Denzel Washington, Sidney Crosby and Jessica Alba.
  • If he could be in any one movie he would want to be in Man on Fire and if he wasn’t playing hockey he would be playing baseball.
  • His nickname is Rick because it’s his father’s name.




NHL Team: San Jose Sharks

NHL Player: San Jose’s Joe Thornton

Shootout move: “Fake backhand, shoot forehand”

Practice Drill: Shootout

Video Game: Guitar Hero

Movie: Deja Vu

TV Show: Prison Break

Actor: Denzel Washington

Group: Foo Fighters

Website: facebook.com

Book: I’ve never promised you a rose garden by Joanne Greenberg

Pump-up song: “Let it Die” by the Foo Fighters

Food to cook: Pizza

Sport (other than hockey): Baseball

Activity away from the rink: Tennis

Toy growing up: Hot Wheels

Place to shop: Below the Belt

Place to visit: Vancouver