Albuquerque, NM – We are pleased to announce that we have used our third tender of the season on forward Tylor Greene, effective 2020-2021. Greene is 18-years-old and is a native of Colorado Springs, CO.
Currently, Tylor plays for the Colorado Springs Tigers 18U (NAPHL). Tylor has spent the last four years playing with the Tigers from the 15U-18U level. So far this season, Greene has recorded seven points (2g-5a) in 16 games played. Putting him fourth on the team in scoring. Last season he tallied 15 points (6g-9a) in 20 games, finishing third on the team in points. The 5’9” 140-pound left-handed shooter played in his first NAHL game on December 31st, with the Ice Wolves. Greene has played in the NAPHL 16U All-Star Game back in 2018. Also, just last year he played in the NAHL 18U Top Prospects Tournament, representing the NAPHL West. After his first season with the Tigers 15U team in 2016-17, Greene was selected to the NAPHL 15U First All-Star Team.
Phil Fox, the Head Coach of the Ice Wolves had this to say about the recent signing, “We are very excited about signing Tylor to a tender agreement. He is a 200ft player with great instincts all over the ice.” Phil went on to add, “With his high hockey IQ and compete level, we think he can be an impact player for our organization going forward. He thinks and plays the game at a high level and he is the type player we want here in New Mexico.”