Daniel Taylor
Daniel Taylor
Goaltender
Number: 46
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 198
Catches: Left
Born: Apr 28, 1986
Birthplace: Plymouth, United Kingdom
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Drafted: LAK / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (221st overall)

2012-13 HIGHLIGHTS:
Has played in 31 games this season with Abbotsford posting a 14-10-2 record, a 1.96 GAA (1st in the AHL) and a .924 save percentage (5th in the AHL) ... recalled to Calgary on Feb.7 ... dressed for the first time with the Flames on Feb.7 ... reassigned to Abbotsford on Feb.12 ... recalled from Abbotsford on Feb.16 ... made his first NHL start on Feb.18 in PHX with a 4-0 loss ... registered his first NHL win on Mar.3 in a 4-2 win over Vancouver ... reassigned to Abbotsford on Mar.6 ... recalled from Abbotsford on Mar.17




SEASON HIGHS

Shots: 10 (3-29 vs. DAL)br>Saves: 8 (3-29 vs. DAL)br>Shutouts:
Minutes Played: 20:00 (3-29 vs. DAL)br>
THIS SEASON: Assigned to Reading April 5...Recalled from Reading April 3...Assigned to Reading April 2...Recalled from Reading March 31...Assigned to Reading March 30...Made NHL debut March 29 vs. Dallas...Was the seventh different goaltender to suit up for the Kings this season, which tied an NHL record. The 1989-90 Quebec Nordiques and 2002-03 St. Louis Blues also used seven goalies in one season...Recalled from Manchester March 27...Recorded a 13-5-2 record with a 2.40 goals-against average and .921 save percentage in 23 games prior to his call-up...Had four shutouts with Manchester this season, sixth most in the AHL at the time of his call-up...His 13 wins and 2.40 goals-against average also led Manchester this season...Named AHL Goaltender of the Month in January after he posted a 5-0-0 record with three shutouts in six appearances...Has also appeared in three games with Reading (ECHL), where he went 3-0-0 with a 2.64 goals-against average and a .917 save percentage.

LAST SEASON: Suited up and played for three different ECHL teams (Bakersfield, Wheeling and Texas) during his first pro season...Finished with a record of 7-7-2 in 17 regular season games with Bakersfield...Also went 3-1 in six postseason appearances with Texas.