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#20

Taylor Leier

Left Wing

Shoots:
Left
Height:
5'11
Weight:
177
Birthdate:
Feb 15, 1994
Hometown:
Statistics
Regular Season
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2013-14 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 62 37 42 79 48 42
2012-13 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 64 27 35 62 41 63
2011-12 Regular Season Portland Winterhawks 72 13 24 37 10 36
Total 198 77 101 178 99 141
Playoffs
Season Team GP G A PTS +/- PIM
2014 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 21 6 20 26 15 10
2013 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 21 9 7 16 11 12
2012 WHL Playoffs Portland Winterhawks 22 5 2 7 0 12
Total 64 20 29 49 26 34
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Career

2012-13: Finished with 27 goals and 35 assists for 62 points in 64 games…Posted a 25-point improvement over his rookie season…His +41 rating tied him for 12th in the league…Posted 16 multi-point games…Biggest game of the season was a two-goal, four-assist outing on Feb. 18 vs. Spokane…His six points that night were the most by a Winterhawk since Chad Wolkowski had six on Dec. 1, 2002…Had four assists on Mar. 10 at Victoria…Longest point streak of the season was seven games, from Feb. 11-23…Streak helped propel him to 20 points in 14 games in February…Also had a six-game point streak from Nov. 6-17…Finished with five game-winning goals and three power play goals.

Career: Played all 72 games and led team's rookies with 13 goals and 24 assists for 37 points in 2011-12…Played first WHL game on Sept. 23, 2011 vs. Everett…First goal came at Everett on Oct. 7, 2011…Scored first career playoff goal in first playoff game in Game 1 of the first round vs. Kelowna in 2012…Won a gold medal in the World Under-18 Ball Hockey Championship in 2012 in the Czech Republic…The day his team won the gold, he was drafted in the fourth round, 117th overall by Philadelphia...Played for the Saskatoon Contacts of the Saskatchewan AAA Midget League in 2010-11… Was Portland’s second round pick, 24th overall, in the 2009 Bantam Draft.