Right-winger Mike Moller spent parts of seven years in the NHL during the 1980s. A sharpshooter in junior, he was more of a role player in the pros.
Born in Calgary, Moller was chosen 41st overall by the Buffalo Sabres in 1980 after two outstanding seasons in the WHL with the Lethbridge Broncos. He scored twice in a late season recall in 1980-81 then returned to junior and scored 122 points. Moller was named to the WHL first all-star team and scored 14 points in seven games to help Canada win its first gold medal at the World Junior Championships.
During the 1982-83 season the young winger was a decent but unspectacular performer. The same held true the next season when he scored 16 points in 59 games but played solid defence. After spending most of the 1984-85 season in the minors, Moller was traded to the Edmonton Oilers. He continued to toil mostly in the AHL for four years then joined the Canadian national team in 1988-89. Moller retired after playing twelve games for the AHL's Binghamton Whalers.