Calgary, AB – The Calgary Roughnecks today announced the National Lacrosse League club has re-signed forwards Dan Taylor and Marshal King along with defender Nick Scott, all to one-year agreements.

Taylor, a restricted free agent, returns for his third season with the Roughnecks. The 27-year-old Calgary, AB product was originally selected by Saskatchewan in the second round, 12th overall, in the 2015 Entry Draft and has won two NLL championships, with the Roughnecks in 2019 and the Rush in 2016. Taylor has recorded 82 points (37g, 45a) in 28 regular season games since he was acquired by Calgary in an off-season trade with the Toronto Rock.

DAN TAYLOR – FORWARD

HOMETOWN:          Calgary, AB                       DOB:           Jun. 10, 1993
HEIGHT:                  6’3”                                   WEIGHT:     200 lbs.      

SHOOTS:                Left                                  

NLL STATS Team GP G A PTS PIM LB CTO
2020 Regular Season CGY 10 14 22 36 2 31 0
2019 Regular Season CGY 18 23 23 46 0 26 4
2018 Regular Season TOR 3 1 2 3 0 6 1
2018 Regular Season SAS 1 0 2 2 0 5 0
2017 Regular Season SAS 7 4 7 11 2 14 2
2016 Regular Season SAS 8 5 18 23 0 22 2
2019 Playoffs CGY 4 1 1 2 0 4 0
2017 Playoffs SAS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2016 Playoffs SAS 4 0 7 7 2 12 0

King, an unrestricted free agent, was selected by the Roughnecks in the second round, 22nd overall, in the 2019 NLL Entry Draft. He recorded 16 points (3g, 13a) in five games during his rookie season.

Marshal king – FORWARD

HOMETOWN:          Victoria, BC                       DOB:           Sept. 5, 1997
HEIGHT:                  6’2                                    WEIGHT:     187 lbs.      

SHOOTS:                Right                                                  

NLL STATS Team GP G A PTS PIM LB CTO
2020 Regular Season CGY 5 3 13 16 0 14 0

Scott was Calgary’s third round (40th overall) selection in the 2019 Entry Draft. The unrestricted free agent has yet to make his NLL debut after spending much of last season on Calgary’s practice roster.