Mills, the son of former MP Dennis Mills, was the recipient of the CHL Humanitarian of the Year Award in 1996. He was also part of Canada's gold medal winning hockey team in the 1996 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships.
Mills captained the Belleville Bulls of the OHL from 1994-96. He played on one of the best lines in Belleville Bulls history nicknamed the Firemen Line with then OHL rookie Daniel Cleary and Brian Secord. Considered one of the most popular captains in team history.
Mills was drafted 108th overall by the Jets in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft. He played 31 career NHL games, with zero goals and five assists.
Craig Mills, recently embarked on a career in Institutional Equity Sales for Canadian powerhouse brokerage firm GMP Securities Inc and most recently got licensed to deal with institutional clients in Canada and the USA.
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