Playing in only his second NHL game---and his first at Madison Square Garden---J.T. Miller scored the first goal of his National Hockey League career Thursday night against the Islanders. After taking a chip pass from fellow rookie Chris Kreider, Miller burst up left wing before cuitting to the net and beating Evgeni Nabokov just 89 seconds into the contest. For the official record, Kreider and Marc Staal assisted on Miller's first goal, which was witnessed not only by a sold-out MSG crowd, but by his mother and grandmother who were in town to watch his home-ice debut. The 19 year-old Miller became the first teenager since Michael Del Zotto three seasons ago to score a goal for the Blueshirts.
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