Tyler McNeely quickly adjusted well with the Express being named the Most Improved Player for two consecutive seasons, from 2004 to 2006. His performance in the 2006 playoffs helped the Express win the BCHL Doyle Cup and Coastal Division championships with 37 points in 20 games.
He was named the team captain the following season where he recorded 104 points in 52 games and a franchise high 72 assists. He was named to the BCHL All-Star team and was a member of Team Canada West, which won the World Junior A Challenge.
McNeely played in all 37 games as a freshman with Northeastern University, scoring 23 points in 37 games. During his junior year, he was named team captain and the team’s Most Valuable Player. He finished his collegiate career with Northeastern and becoming the 46th member in Northeastern history to reach 100 career points.
His professional career began when he signed with the New York Islanders, but spent the entire time in the AHL with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. He signed with the South Carolina Stingrays of the ECHL for the 2012-13 season.
|2004 - 2007
|2007 - 2011
||Northeastern University (NCAA)
|2011 - 2012
||Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL)
|2012 - Current
||South Carolina Stngrays (ECHL)