Right-winger Jeff Madill played 14 games for the New Jersey Devils in 1990-91. He was a hard-nosed competitor who scored many goals in college and junior by forechecking and driving hard to the net.
Born in Oshawa, Ontario, Madill spent three years at Ohio State University. Following his third year he was taken seventh overall by the Devils in the Supplemental Draft. During his first three pro seasons with the AHL's Utica Devils he amassed 84 goals and nearly 600 penalty minutes.
Madill scored four goals in 14 games for New Jersey in 1990-91 but the team was beginning to gain a fair bit of depth at forward. He returned to the minors where he played five seasons before retiring in 1996. Madill topped the 30-goal mark five times and helped the Atlanta Knights (1994) and Denver Grizzlies (1995) win the Turner Cup.