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Veteran forward Taylor signs with Oilers

Monday, January 4th
Action photo of Justin Taylor

TULSA, Okla. — The Tulsa Oilers, ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League’s Anaheim Ducks, announced the signing of veteran forward Justin Taylor.  

Taylor joins Tulsa after spending the last 10 seasons with Kalamazoo, where his 542 games played with the K-Wings rank first all-time in team history.  Last season saw the veteran post 39 points (20g-19a) in 49 games. Taylor also played seven games with Utica of the AHL during the 2019-20 campaign.

The 31-year-old has also played with Idaho and Trenton of the ECHL, compiling 422 points (223g-199a) in 590 ECHL games. Taylor is tied for 17th in league history with 590 games played, 19th with 223 goals and tied for 53rd with 422 points. With 10 more games played, he would become just the 12th player in ECHL history to reach the 600-games played plateau.

The Mindemoya, Ontario native played with London of the Ontario Hockey League, captaining the team in 2009-10. His play in the OHL led to him being drafted in the sixth round (180th overall) by the Washington Capitals in 2007. Taylor finished with 202 points (102g-100a) in 231 OHL games.

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