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Drew Miller  #20

Detroit Red Wings  Left Wing
NUMBER: 20 BIRTHDATE: February 17, 1984  (AGE 30)
HEIGHT: 6' 2" BIRTHPLACE: Dover, NJ, United States
WEIGHT: 178 DRAFTED: ANA / 2003 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 6th   (186th overall)
CAREER: In the 1st season of a 3-year contract...2007 Stanley Cup champion with ANA...2006 CCHA Best Defensive Forward and Humanitarian Award...2006 Michigan State Team MVP...Claimed off waivers by DET, 11/11/09...Traded to ANA from TB for Evgeni Artyukhin, 8/13/09.
 
2013-14: One of two Red Wings (Kyle Quincey) to appear in all 82 games, topping his previous career high of 80 games played...Recorded his 100th NHL point, 4/8 at BUF...Skated in his 400th NHL game, 4/2 at BOS...Matched a career best with 2 goals on 12/1 at OTT, including the GWG...Recorded a 3-game pt. streak from 12/1-12/6, one game shy of his personal best...Fighting majors: 10/17 at COL (Cory Sarich)...Multi-point games: 1.
 
OTHER: Recorded 86 points (39-47-86) in 125 games with the Michigan State Spartans from 2003-06...Drew’s brother Ryan plays goaltender for STL...Cousins Kip, Kevin and Kelly all played in the NHL (Kevin played for DET from 1990-92 and 2003-04).
Brother of Ryan Traded to Tampa Bay by Anaheim with Anaheim's 3rd round choice (Adam Janosik) in 2010 Entry Draft for Evgeny Artyukhin, August 13, 2009. Claimed on waivers by Detroit from Tampa Bay, November 11, 2009. Signed as a free agent by Braehead (Britain), October 8, 2012.
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Not only is it a great idea, but if you don't [start using analytics] you're going to fall behind. You have to be on the cutting edge. It was [Arizona Coyotes assistant general manager] Darcy Regier who said, 'If you didn't invent it, you have to be the second- or third-best copier, because if you're fourth or fifth you've got no chance.'

— Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock on his interest in advanced statistical analysis