Mirco Mueller



  • DOB: 3/21/1995
  • Ht: 6-3
  • Wt: 210
  • Shoots: L
  • Years on Team: 1
  • Hometown: Winterthur, Switzerland
  • Drafted: 2013 1st round #18

2016-17:…enters 3rd professional season…

2015-16:…enters 2nd professional season…

2014-15: Represented Team Switzerland at the World Junior Hockey Championships…Blocked a team-high six shots on Nov. 1 vs. NY Islanders…Scored his first career NHL goal on Oct. 30 at Minnesota, for his first career point streak (2 games)…Added an assist on Oct. 28 at Colorado…Picked up his first NHL assist on Oct. 16 at NY Islanders…Made his NHL debut on Oct. 8 at Los Angeles and skated 17:54 with 2 blocked shots…Added a goal and four PIM in three rehab games with Worcester (AHL).

CAREER: 2013-14: Ranked 2nd amongst Everett (WHL) defenders in points (27)…Represented Switzerland at the U-20 World Jr. Championship and led Swiss defensemen in points (2)… Recalled by Worcester on April 1…Recorded his first professional point (assist) during his pro debut on April 1 vs. Portland.

2012-13: 2nd in points (31) amongst WHL rookie defensemen… Named Everett’s Rookie of the Year, ranking 2nd among Silvertip rookies in points (6- 25=31) in his first season in North America… 2nd amongst team blueliners in points… Participated in the CHL Top Prospects Game…Tied for the team lead in plus/minus during the playoffs (+3)…Played with Switzerland at the U-20 World Junior Championships and led the team in plus/minus (+7) while collecting two assists in six games…Was an alternate captain and named one of Switzerland’s “Top 3 Players” in the U-18 WJC, finishing with 1-2=3 in five games…

2011-12: T-2nd on Kloten U-20 (Swiss Jr.) amongst defensemen in goals (3) despite playing in just 26 games…3rd amongst team blueliners in playoff points (1-2=3)…Scored one goal in seven games with Kloten (Swiss); was the youngest player on the roster…

2010-11: Led Kloten U-17 (Swiss Jr.) defensemen in goals (12), assists (19) and points (31); 2nd amongst league blueliners in goals, assists (tied) and points…Led team defensemen in playoff points (6) in 10 games.

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