J.T. Miller Becomes Second Fastest Player In Canucks History To 400 Points

Miller achieved the feat in 362 games, which is the second fastest in team history.

Apr 8, 2024; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward J.T. Miller (9) skates out as the game’s second star against the Vegas Golden Knights at Rogers Arena. Canucks won 4 -3. Mandatory Credit: Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports

The milestones keep coming for J.T. Miller as he has become the second fastest player in Vancouver Canucks history to reach 400 points. Miller, who achieved the feat in 362 games, trails only Pavel Bure, who recorded his 400th career point in 360 games. The milestone comes just a game after Miller recorded his first 100-point season while also hitting the 400 career assist mark.

With 101 points on the campaign, Miller is having one of the best seasons in franchise history. He currently ranks eighth on the Canucks all-time points in a season and is on pace for 105, which would move him into sole possession of fifth on the list. He is also the first player in franchise history to record 35+ goals and 65+ assists, showing how valuable he has been to Vancouver’s lineup all season.

Acquired before the 2019-20 season, Miller is one of 11 players to record 400 points over the last five seasons. Others on the list include Connor McDavid, Nathan MacKinnon, Austin Matthews and Miller’s former teammate Nikita Kucherov. He is also just one of six players to record 140+ goals and 250+ assists during the last five seasons, recording 142 goals and 258 assists during his time with the Canucks.

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