Hall scored a goal, registered an assist and recorded four shots on net during Monday's win over Boston.
The first-year Devil missed the previous two games with a lower-body injury but showed no ill effects of the ailment Monday. Aside from missing time on two separate occasions because of injuries, Hall has been his usual reliable self this year with nine goals, 25 points and 89 shots through 28 games. His ceiling is capped because of his inability to stay healthy, but Hall remains a high-end scorer and fantasy asset when in the lineup.
The winger missed a pair of games due to the ailment, but is now well enough to get back into action. He was on a bit of a hot streak before getting hurt, with a point in each of his last three games. With his 23 points this year so far, and his 3:10 of average power-play time, the former Oiler should continue to be a valuable fantasy commodity despite playing for the offensively challenged
Hall (lower body) will miss Saturday's game against Washington, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
The 25-year-old will miss his second straight game due to a lower body injury. He will get a couple days to recover before the Devils' next game on Monday. He's scored 23 points in 27 games this year, so once he's back on the ice, it's safe to assume he'll return to the high-scoring level he's been at this year.
In good news for fantasy owners, it appears Hall's injury is unrelated to the knee ailment that cost him eight games earlier in the year. The 25-year-old winger has been on a roll lately, notching assists in three straight games. If Hall can stay healthy -- which is by no means guaranteed -- owners should be rewarded with strong fantasy value from the
Hall is on pace for 63 points, which is only two less than he had in a full season with the Oilers in 2015-16.
Hall's fantasy owners in keeper formats may have groaned when the star sniper was traded from a burgeoning offensive team in the Oilers to the Devils, who ranked dead last in scoring last year. However, he's actually hitting the scoresheet at a higher pace, having netted eight goals and 14 assists in only 26 games. A knee injury wiped eight games from his schedule, but Hall has played every game in December and looks none the worse for wear.