Bill Masterton Memorial TrophyTissot - Swiss watches since 1853
Trophy Tours
NHL Trophies
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy Winner
NHL TrophiesNon-NHL TrophiesHistoric Trophies
Taylor, Dave
Los Angeles Kings

In the current era of hockey, not many players stick with one team for their entire career. But DAVE TAYLOR was not only drafted by Los Angeles, he played all 17 of his NHL seasons with the Kings. In fact, after retirement, TAYLOR went on to be the general manager of those same Los Angeles Kings. TAYLOR was drafted in 1975 out of Clarkson College, joining the Kings in 1977-78. During 1990-91, his fourteenth NHL season, TAYLOR had accumulated his 12th season with better than 20 goals. He scored 23, as well as 30 assists, for 53 points in 1990-91. The NHL decided to honour the Levack, Ontario native with the MASTERTON TROPHY for his continued dedication to hockey. DAVE TAYLOR would retire after the 1993-94 season, having collected 1,069 points during his 1111 games as a King in Los Angeles.

Taylor, Dave