Todd started his hockey career in South Stormont before playing in the Seaway Valley Minor Hockey system and became one of only a few local players drafted by the Cornwall Royals. He played with the Royals from 1991 to 1994; his last two season as a member of the Newmarket team. Todd continued his Ontario Hockey League career with the Peterborough Petes in 1994, where he was recognized as the Best Checker as selected by the OHL coaches. That same year he was chosen to play on an OHL selects teams as an opponent against the Canada World Junior Team. Todd played in 158 OHL games and had 45 goals and 65 assists for 110 points.
After trying out with the Hartford Whalers, Detroit Red Wings, Colorado Avalanche and the Cornwall Aces Todd decided to return to school. In 1995, he enrolled at the University of PEI and played hockey there until 1999. In 1995 he was Rookie of the Year, and from 1996 he served as captain of his team. In 1997 he played on the all star team and was recognized as an Academic All Canadian in 1999. Todd is currently coaching with the South Stormont Minor Hockey Association.
Kevin Amelotte presenting to Todd Walker.