Billy Taylor Jr. played two games for the New York Rangers in 1964-65. He was a decent goal scorer in junior and the minors and also earned a reputation as a diligent competitor in the corners.
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Taylor played junior with the OHA's Guelph Royals where he notched 52 goals in his last two seasons. In 1963-64 he scored 30 goals as a rookie pro with the CHL's St. Paul Rangers then caught a brief glimpse of the NHL the next season. Taylor spent four years in the minors before retiring in 1967-68. His best year was 1954-65 when he averaged nearly a point per game foe St. Paul and St. Louis of the CHL.