|Teams|| NHL |
New York Rangers
|Born|| January 1, 1899,|
Eardley, Quebec, Canada
|Died|| January 21 1949 (aged 50),|
|Pro Career||1925 – 1933|
Hibbert Henry "Hib" Milks (January 1, 1899 in Eardley, Quebec, Canada – January 21, 1949) was a Canadian professional ice hockey forward who played 8 seasons in the National Hockey League with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Philadelphia Quakers, New York Rangers and Ottawa Senators.
Milks recorded 87 goals and 41 assists for 128 points in 317 career regular season games. The majority of his career was spent with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
He started out in junior in the Ottawa City Junior League in 1917-18 and 1918-19. Milks spent the next 4 seasons with the senior Ottawa Gunners of the Ottawa City Senior League. After one season with the Pittsburgh Yellow Jackets in 1922-23, he returned to Ottawa to play with the senior Ottawa New Edinburgh team.
In 1924-25 Milks went back to the Yellow Jackets. When they became the NHL's Pittsburgh Pirates in 1925, Milks went with them. He played for the Pirates during their entire five year existence. He followed the franchise in 1930 to play for the Philadelphia Quakers in their only season. The Quakers folded in 1931.
In 1931 he was claimed by the New York Rangers in the dispersal draft and played one season there.
He was signed by the Ottawa Senators in 1932. Milks suffered a knee injury on December 28 which ended his playing career.
Awards & AchievementsEdit
- Ottawa City Senior League Second All-Star Team (1922)
- Hib Milks's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Hib Milks at Lost Hockey
- Hib Milks's biography at Legends of Hockey
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