Rod Taylor is second all-time in ECHL history with 368 goals and is tied for first all-time for most 30-goal seasons (8) and most consecutive 30-goal seasons (6). He played all but 19 of his professional games in the ECHL. He retired as the all-time leader in goals (368), points (689) and games (678) and remains second in scoring and sixth in games. He helped Hampton Roads win the Riley Cup as a rookie in 1992, scoring a league record-tying 16 goals in 14 games, and the Kelly Cup in 1998. He is third in career postseason goals (39) and tied for 15th in postseason games (78).