Taylor Hall
HEIGHT: 6' 1"
BIRTHDATE: 14/11/1991
AGE: 24
DRAFTED: EDM: 2010-1 overall
Canadian Major Junior All-Rookie Team (2008) Canadian Major Junior Rookie of the Year (2008) OHL First All-Star Team (2009, 2010) OHL Playoff MVP (2009) Canadian Major Junior Second All-Star Team (2010) Memorial Cup All-Star Team (2009, 2010) Ed Chynoweth Trophy (Memorial Cup - Leading Scorer) (2010) Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy (Memorial Cup - MVP) (2009, 2010)
  • Posted career highs in games, points, assists and tied career high in goals
  • Led the Oilers in scoring (80), assists (53) and ranked 2nd in goals (27)
  • Led the Oilers in shots (250) marking a career high
  • Finished T-6th in the NHL in scoring and 4th in the Western Conference
  • Was the first Oiler in 26 years to finish top 10 in NHL scoring two years in a row
  • Ranked 2nd in the NHL in even strength assists (42)
  • Registered 21 multipoint games including five three-point games
  • Recorded a four-point game (3G, 1A) and scored his 4th career hat trick Dec. 5 vs. COL
  • Played a career high in ice time (27:10) on Mar. 20 vs. BUF
  • Scored two goals on Oct. 17 vs. NYI; his two goals in eight seconds set a new Oilers record for the fastest two goals by an Oiler, breaking Wayne Gretzky’s previous record of nine seconds (Feb. 18/81 vs. STL)
  • Played in his 200th career NHL game on Dec. 17 at LA
  • Posted his 100th career NHL assist on Dec. 28 vs. PHI
  • Registered his 200th career NHL point on Feb. 6 at NYR

  • Led the Oilers in scoring (50), assists (43), 2nd in goals (16) and 3rd in power play goals in 45 games (2012-13)
  • Recorded a career high five-point game (1G, 4A) Apr. 3 @ CGY (2012-13)
  • Led the Oilers in game winning goals (4) and shots (154) (2012-13)
  • Set Oilers record for fastest three goals to start a game (7:53), breaking Wayne Gretzky’s previous record of 12:38 (2012-13)
  • Recorded a career-high 53 points (27G, 26A), and 36 penalty minutes (2011-12)
  • Finished 2nd in team scoring (53) and 2nd in team goals (27) (2011-12)
  • 1st on team in power play goals (13) and 1st on team in game winning goals (7) (2011-12)
  • Registered his 2nd career hat trick on Nov. 19 vs. CHI (2011-12)
  • Played first game since Nov. 26 and had 2 goals on Dec. 15 @ PHX (2011-12)
  • Posted a career high four points (1G, 3A) and +4 on Feb. 2 vs. CHI (2011-12)
  • Recorded his 50th point on Mar. 8 vs. MTL (2011-12)
  • Scored his 25th goal on Mar. 8 @ COL (2011-12)
  • Ranked 2nd in team scoring (42), 1st in goals (22), 1st in power play goals (8), 2nd in game winning goals (4) (2010-11)
  • Finished the season 8th in rookie scoring (2010-11)
  • Ranked 4th in rookie goals and 1st amongst rookie forwards for time on ice (18:12) (2010-11)
  • Played in his first NHL game on Oct. 7 vs. CGY (2010-11)
  • Collected his 1st NHL point (assist on Shawn Horcoff GWG) on Oct. 10 vs. FLA (2010-11)
  • Scored his 1st NHL goal (and added an assist) on Oct. 28 @ CBJ (2010-11)
  • Posted his 1st two-goal game and was +3 on Dec. 2 @ TOR (2010-11)
  • Recorded his 1st career hat trick (natural hat trick) on Feb. 19 vs. ATL (2010-11)
  • Selected by the Oilers with Edmonton’s first-ever number one overall draft pick (2009-10)

  • Won Ed Chynoweth as leading scorer in Memorial Cup with nine points (5G,4A) (2009-10)
  • Appeared in 57 games with the Windsor Spitfires helping them capture their second consecutive Memorial Cup (2009-10)
  • Tallied 106 points (40G, 66A) which was tied for 1st in OHL scoring and was tied for 2nd in the CHL in points (2009-10)
  • Awarded the Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as Memorial Cup’s most valuable player for the second year in a row after winning it in 2008-09; he was the first player in history to win the award twice in a row (2008-10)
  • Awarded the Wayne Gretzky 99 Award as Playoff MVP (2008-09)
  • Awarded Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as Memorial Cup’s most valuable player (2008-09)
  • Made his OHL debut in 2007–08, scoring a team-high 45 goals and adding 39 assists for 84 points (2007-08)
  • Named OHL and CHL Rookie of the Year (2007-08)

  • Represented Canada at the 2008 IIHF U18 World Championship Championship in Kazan, Russia. Finished 5th in tournament scoring with nine points in seven games helping Canada to Gold
  • Won Gold with Canada at the 2008 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Slovakia
  • Played in the 2010 World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan and finished 3rd in overall scoring with 12 points (6G,6A) in 12 games, as he helped Canada to a silver medal