2006-07: This was the Tyler Myers' first full season with the Kelowna Rockets (WHL), which saw him net two goals and 15 points in 59 games.
2007-08: Myers third season with Kelowna (WHL), resulted in six goals and 19 points in 65 games, his best total to date. In seven games with Canada’s U18 squad, he netted a goal and an assist and took home the gold at the WJC-18.
2008-09: Kelowna Rockets (WHL) staple Myers netted nine goals and 42 points in 58 games. His 105 penalty minutes were a career-high for the defenseman. He was nominated to the WHL West All-Star second team and the CHL Memorial Cup All-Star Team, while his club took home the WHL title. He also competed with Canada’s National U20 squad, potting a goal in six games and taking home the Gold Medal.
Myers has premier size and excellent potential as an offensive defenseman. At this early stage in his development, he is already a great skater, but needs to become a more reliable passer and point man.
Myers is now an established NHL defenseman and appears to be on the cusp of becoming an elite defender in the league.