Taylor Hall News
New Jersey Devils
Hall (lower-body) will return to the Devils’ lineup on Monday.
Hall missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but will be back in the lineup vs. the Bruins. Hall has an assist in three straight games and has picked up eight goals and 15 assists (23 points) in 27 games this season. Expect him to skate with Adam Henrique and P.A. Parenteau.
Hall (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Hall is dealing with a lower-body injury, that is not related to his previous knee injury. Hall is listed as day-to-day, so monitor his status prior to Saturday’s game vs. the Capitals.
Hall (knee) will not play on Tuesday.
Hall is travelling on the Devils’ three-game road-trip, but he will sit out of the first game on Tuesday. It will be the eighth consecutive game that Hall has missed, but his return could come as early as Thursday.
Hall will miss 3-4 weeks after undergoing arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn meniscus.
Hall missed Tuesday’s game in Dallas and will miss 3-4 weeks because of a meniscus tear in his left knee. Hall has registered 12 points (5G / 7A) in 14 games this season and this loss will hurt the Devils for at least the next three weeks. With Hall out, expect Beau Bennett and Pavel Zacha to play bigger roles.
Hall (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
There’s no word on when Hall suffered the injury or how serious the lower-body ailment is, but it will keep him out of the lineup vs. Dallas. Hall has had a strong start to his Devils’ career, picking up 12 points (5G / 7A) in 14 games, so his absence will be huge for New Jersey.
The Devils have acquired Taylor Hall from the Oilers for Adam Larsson.
Hall spent the first six years of his NHL career in Edmonton after they selected him 1st overall in the 2010 NHL Draft. Hall is coming off of a 26-goal, 39-assist (65 points) season and has a career-high of 80 points (2013-14). The 24-year-old is one of the best young wingers in the NHL and should provide the Devils with a huge boost up front. He will be reunited with his former junior teammate Adam Henrique.
Hall (illness) is in the Oilers lineup tonight.
Hall was listed as a game-time decision because of an illness, but whatever was bothering him this morning didn’t keep him out of tonight’s game. Rob Klinkhammer continues to sit with Hall now playing.
Hall (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Hall was not on the ice for the Oilers’ morning skate and his status for tonight’s game is in question. Hall is battling an illness, which could force him out of action. If he can’t play, expected Rob Klinkhammer to draw into the lineup and for Lauri Korpikoski to move up into the top six.
Hall (ankle) returned to practice on Monday; no timetable for his return.
Hall skated in a full team session for the first time since early February. Hall was unable to provide a timeline for his return, but he said he is feeling better. He is going to continue to skate and see how his ankle responds before his return is imminent.
Hall will miss 4-6 weeks with a fractured bone in his lower-leg.
Hall suffered the fracture in San Jose while he was trying to return from bone bruise in his ankle. He will be out until mid-to-late March. This is a terrible break for Hall owners.
The Oilers have placed Taylor Hall (ankle) on injured reserve.
Hall was not expected to play on Tuesday anyways, so his movement to IR was just a formality. Hall is eligible to be activated from IR as soon as he is healthy.
Hall (lower-body) has returned to Edmonton for further testing.
Hall has missed the last two games and his return to Edmonton on Sunday suggests that he will miss both Monday and Tuesday’s games on the East Coast. With the Oilers season in the dumps, they will not rush their star winger back into the lineup for no reason.
Hall (lower-body) is not on the ice for the morning skate.
Hall was listed as doubtful so it is not very surprising that Hall is not on the ice for the morning skate. It looks like he will miss his second straight game and fifth of the last six. Teddy Purcell will skate on the Oilers top-line with Hall out.