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34 Taylor Ward

GP 66
Goals 8
Assists 20
Points 28
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Taylor Ward

#34 | Forward
34
birthdate March 31, 1998
birthplace Kelowna, BC
height 6-2
weight 195
shoots Right
Player Biography

Ward, 25, recently completed his first full season with the Ontario in 2022-23, registering 26 points (9-17=26) in 71 regular season contests and appearing in one Calder Cup Playoff game. The forward made his professional hockey debut with the Reign on March 20, 2022 against the Abbotsford Canucks following his senior season at the University of Nebraska-Omaha (NCHC) and has accumulated 36 points (12-24=36) in 87 career AHL outings.

Ward had a career year as a senior with the Mavericks in 2021-22, where he led the team with 39 points (19-20=39) in 38 games. The Kelowna, British Columbia native played four years at UNO, totaling 115 points (57-58=115) over 131 games. He left Omaha ranked sixth in program history in goals, ninth in points and eighth in points-per-game (0.878, min. 50 games).

Prior to his NCAA career, he skated in parts of four seasons with the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), collecting 77 points (36-41=77) in 162 games while helping the Vees capture the 2016-17 Fred Page Cup as BCHL Champions.

Player Biography

Ward, 25, recently completed his first full season with the Ontario in 2022-23, registering 26 points (9-17=26) in 71 regular season contests and appearing in one Calder Cup Playoff game. The forward made his professional hockey debut with the Reign on March 20, 2022 against the Abbotsford Canucks following his senior season at the University of Nebraska-Omaha (NCHC) and has accumulated 36 points (12-24=36) in 87 career AHL outings.

Ward had a career year as a senior with the Mavericks in 2021-22, where he led the team with 39 points (19-20=39) in 38 games. The Kelowna, British Columbia native played four years at UNO, totaling 115 points (57-58=115) over 131 games. He left Omaha ranked sixth in program history in goals, ninth in points and eighth in points-per-game (0.878, min. 50 games).

Prior to his NCAA career, he skated in parts of four seasons with the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), collecting 77 points (36-41=77) in 162 games while helping the Vees capture the 2016-17 Fred Page Cup as BCHL Champions.

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