His name was Frederick Wellington Taylor, known universally and immortally as "Cyclone" Taylor, so named for his explosive speed and daring ability to dart between defenders to score spectacular goals.
Taylor was part of two Stanley Cup winning teams and scored over 200 goals back in hockey's earliest days. He won 5 scoring titles in the old PCHA.
You can learn more about him Eric Zweig's book Star Power, published by Lorimer. I have a full review over at HockeyBookReviews.com
Also, from the same series of Lorimer books, I take a look at Laura Schultz Nicholson's title Pink Power. It is a fantastic little book about the first women's world champions.