Alberta Cup comes full circle for former pro Duncan Milroy

RED DEER – Former Montreal Canadiens draft pick Duncan Milroy left his mark on the Alberta Cup as a player back in 1998, and is hoping to do the same as a coach over two decades later.

Milroy set the (then) all-time Alberta Cup record for goals in a single tournament with Team Northeast in 1998 with 10, and still sits in second behind Devin Setoguchi, who notched 11 in 2002 with Team South.

After being selected in the second round of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadiens, the Edmonton native went on to enjoy a 10 year professional career with in the American Hockey League, and in Europe.

Now, he’s turned his focus to coaching, and made his Alberta Cup coaching debut in 2022 as an Assistant Coach with Team Alberta Yellow, where he hopes to pass on the knowledge of his past experiences to the next generation of athletes.