Jeff Mildenberger

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Defenseman - Kitimat Ice Demons


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Just over six minutes into the third period, Travis Helland took a questionable interference penalty, and Kitimat's Jeff Mildenberger scored 37 seconds later in a scramble at the net, putting the Ice Demons up 3-1.

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Kitimat Ice Demons

For the second time in four years, Jeff Mildenberger, Kitimat Ice Demons defenseman won the CIHL playoffs MVP trophy, presented by CIHL vice-president and Demons GM, Mike Whelan, left.
And, with 39 second left in the period Ian Coleman was sent in alone by Jeff Mildenberger to blast a hard shot that Sellers couldn't get a glove on. Early in the second period, Jeff Mildenberger (unassisted) drifted into the front of the Stampeders' net with just .36 of the first period gone by and lifted a Derek Wakita rebound high over Sellars to give the Ice Demons a 3-0 lead. "We had several deserving candidates, but it came down to a choice between center Derek Wakita and defenseman Jeff Mildenberger, but I'm pretty sure everyone agrees Mildenberger has probably been the league's outstanding player all season and carried a huge load in the playoffs, with a two top members of our regular defense missing for the final game (Paul Plante, injured, and Jeff Baker, away)," said Boudreault.

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2. Focus on defenseman Jeff Mildenberger.
Kitimat's #11 is a fantastic tactician with the puck, making excellent passes when he's not outright rushing the puck into the offensive zone. He is one of the CIHL's top defensemen. The River Kings need to be on him quick and force him to move the puck faster than he wants to. They should put the puck in his corner every time and wear him down. He quarterbacks the Kitimat power play so the Terrace forward covering his point needs to be quick and agile enough to hurry Mildenberger and not let him set up.

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