Hall has an 18-point streak going, with that total comprised of 12 goals and 14 assists.
Hall is playing out of his mind right now, having posted at least one point in every appearance of 2018. His streak was threatened by an undisclosed issue that sidelined him for three straight contests near the end of January, but he shrugged it off and continues to be blazing hot. It gets even better when you consider that Hall is only two power-play points shy of 22, which would be a new career high. There's a reason why he was 2010's first overall pick -- originally property of Edmonton -- but he's bound to regress even a little bit, so consider selling high if you have the opportunity to fill a need elsewhere for the benefit of your fantasy team.
Hall (undisclosed) returned to Tuesday's game against the Flyers, Adam Kimelman of NHL.com reports.
Fantasy owners and Devils' fans can stop holding their collective breaths, as Hall just needed one period in the room to be evaluated. Hall already has one goal in Tuesday's matchup, extending his point streak to 15 games with 10 goals and 23 points -- eight on the power play -- in that span.
Hall (undisclosed) left the game after taking a hard hit into the boards Tuesday against the Flyers, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Hall wasn't able to return for the second period, and it appears he may be done for the night. Since he was able to skate off under his own power, it's unclear what's ailing Hall, but more updates should be available after the game. If Hall's injury is long term, the Devils may be in trouble in the midst of a playoff race, as he has 21 goals and 57 points in 50 games.
Hall scored his 21st goal of the season and had an assist in Sunday's loss to the Bruins.
Hall saw his 12-game point streak come to an end against Columbus on Saturday, but he got right back on track against one of the best teams in the NHL on Sunday. The top-line forward is having a fantastic season, racking up 56 points through 50 games. He's red-hot right now and worthy of a fantasy play whenever he takes to the ice.
Hall scored an unassisted goal and collected a power-play assist during Thursday's 3-2 loss to Calgary.
The star winger has now marked the scoresheet in 12 consecutive games with eight tallies and 10 helpers to improve to an elite 1.32 goals, 3.56 points and 11.61 shots per 60 minutes. Hall projects to remain a go-to fantasy asset in all settings until proven otherwise, and he's also on track to post his best offensive season since the 2013-14 campaign and top 30 goals for the first time.