Forward Hubert "Hib" Milks was a reliable scorer with three different NHL clubs during the 1920s and '30s. He was also an accomplished junior and senior competitor.
The native of Eardley, Ontario played junior with the Ottawa Lansdowners and West Enders the joined the city's senior Gunners for three seasons. In 1922-23, he joined the Pittsburgh Yellowjackets of the USAHA where he scored ten goals in 20 games. Milks returned to Ottawa the next year to player for the senior New Edinburghs then played one more season for Pittsburgh.
Milks stayed in Pittsburgh when he made his NHL debut with the Pirates in 1925-26. He hit double figures in goals four out of five years and often played with Baldy Cotton and Harold Darragh. He remained with the franchise when it relocated to Philadelphia in 1930-31. During the Quakers' horrid 4-36-4 performance, Milks was its lone bright light, scoring 17 goals. He split his last two seasons between the New York Rangers, where he played in the 1932 Stanley Cup finals, and the Ottawa Senators. He retired in 1933 after playing 16 games for the Sens.