Adam Hall

RW / Philadelphia Flyers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Ex-Flyer Hall Signs With Swiss Club

      News: Adam Hall signed a one-year contract with HC Ambri-Piotta of Switzerland on Saturday.
      Analysis: Adam Hall, 33, appeared in 80 games for the Flyers last season, contributing only nine points and a minus-15 rating. With a light market waiting for him in free agency this offseason, he'll head to Switzerland for what likely amounts to larger payday.
    • Flyers' Hall Makes Rare Offensive Impact

      News: Adam Hall contributed two assists and went plus-2 in Tuesday's playoff-spot-clinching win over the Panthers.
      Analysis: Adam Hall had recorded one point in his prior 16 contests and this was his first multi-point game of the year, so fantasy owners won't be getting too excited over this one. He now has nine points on the year -- his highest total since 2010-11.
    • Flyers' Hall Still Searching For Points

      News: Adam Hall has produced a steady diet of zeros on the score sheet in recent weeks.
      Analysis: His last point came from a goal on March 2, and while his limited, fourth-line ice time certainly factors into this, it was hope that the addition of Michael Raffl would bolster his production. It has not. Proceed accordingly.
    • Flyers' Hall Quiet As Of Late

      News: Despite averaging just under 10 minutes of ice time in 54 games on the fourth line, Adam Hall has contributed just four points so far this season.
      Analysis: Adam Hall has certainly found Coach Craig Berube's favor on the fourth line. He's a mainstay alongside enforcer Zac Rinaldo. With speedy Center Michael Raffl's recent requested demotion to the fourth line, it could be an opportunity for Hall to see more points, though don't expect anything impressive enough to jolt a suffocating fantasy team.
    • Flyers' Hall To Play Saturday

      News: Adam Hall (illness) will play Saturday vs. the Oilers, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
      Analysis: Adam Hall's ill symptoms dissipated overnight and he was given the green light to play following morning skate. He's expected to center the fourth-line for the Flyers, with Steve Downie and Zac Rinaldo flanking him.
    • Flyers' Hall Misses Practice With Illness

      News: Adam Hall missed Friday's practice with an illness, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
      Analysis: Adam Hall will travel with the team for its six-game road trip kicking off Saturday in Edmonton, but at this point, he's considered questionable for the contest against the Oilers. With Steve Downie set to return from IR on Saturday, it's possible Hall could be a healthy scratch even if he feels better by the time the game rolls around.
    • Flyers' Hall Will Play Wednesday

      News: Adam Hall will be in the lineup Wednesday night when the Flyers take on the Maple Leafs, Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
      Analysis: Adam Hall will get the nod over Scott Laughton after Laughton was originally expected to be in the lineup. Hall recorded just four assists and no goals in 37 games last season with the Lightning, Hurricanes, and Flyers.
    • Flyers Recall Hall

      News: Adam Hall was recalled from AHL Adirondack on Tuesday, CSN Philadelphia's Sarah Baicker reports.
      Analysis: Adam Hall was expected to have a brief stay in the minors, as the Flyers were waiting to place Chris Pronger on long-term injured reserve. He will provide depth at forward for Philadelphia.
    • Flyers' Hall Assigned To AHL, Could Return Soon

      News: Adam Hall was assigned to AHL Adirondack on Monday, Frank Seravalli of the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
      Analysis: His stay there could be brief, as he appears to be the top candidate to be called up when Chris Pronger is placed on long-term injured reserve.
    • Flyers' Hall Clears Waivers

      News: Adam Hall cleared waivers Sunday, CSN Philadelphia's Tim Panaccio reports.
      Analysis: Following his surprise cut Saturday, Adam Hall will remain in the organization and report to AHL Adirondack to open the season. If 19-year-old Scott Laughton struggles to adapt to NHL action early in the season, Hall could be back with the Flyers in short order.
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