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2022 1137.1 16 20 36 11 15:55
2021 177.58.9 20 41 61 11 16:24
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Done for season

    The Blackhawks announced Thursday that Hall will undergo knee surgery and will not return this season. Hall was acquired by Chicago in June with the hope that he would see first-line minutes with Connor Bedard. However, Hall was injured in training camp and then suffered a shoulder injury Opening Night. Upon his return in early November, Hall had two goals in his first two games and then suffered a knee injury versus Tampa Bay on Nov. 9. Hall still has two years remaining on the four-year deal he signed with the Bruins in July of 2021. Expect him to be ready for training camp in September.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Back in Chicago

    Hall is being evaluated for an undisclosed injury back in Chicago, ruling him out against the Blue Jackets on Wednesday, Brian Hedger of The Columbus Dispatch reports. Hall has already missed six games this season due to both lower-body and shoulder injuries but it's not immediately clear if this is related. With the 32-year-old winger on the shelf, Boris Katchouk will step into the lineup while Ryan Donato could find himself back on the power play Wednesday.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Good to go

    Hall (lower body) will return to the lineup Saturday against Nashville, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Hall, who has missed the past two games, is slated to play on the second line and top power-play unit in Saturday's contest. In eight appearances this campaign, he has provided two goals, two assists and 15 shots on net.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Game-time decision Saturday

    The Blackhawks will decide Saturday if Hall (lower body) will be able to play against the Predators, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. Hall has been skating on the second line with Lukas Reichel and Taylor Raddysh at practice. Hall has two goals and four points in eight games. It was thought before the start of the season that Hall would play alongside Connor Bedard, but injuries to Hall have taken a toll on his play and Bedard has settled in nicely alongside Nick Foligno and Philipp Kurashev. Hall should still see power-play time with Bedard and that should help his fantasy value.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Ruled out Thursday

    Hall (lower body) will not be in the lineup against Tampa Bay on Thursday but could return "soon after" according to coach Luke Richardson, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports. Hall was skating in a second-line role at practice Wednesday, which could be an indication of where Richardson plans to deploy the veteran winger once he's given the all-clear. On the year, Hall has played in just eight games, tallying two goals on 15 shots and two assists along the way. In the meantime, Reese Johnson could take Hall's spot in the top six versus the Lightning.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Unavailable Sunday

    Hall (lower body) won't play Sunday against Florida, according to Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times. Hall had to helped off the ice at the 14:27 mark of the third in Thursday's 5-3 win over Tampa Bay after taking a hit from Lightning forward Mikey Eyssimont. Hall has notched two goals and two assists in eight appearances this season.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Feeling better after exit

    Hall appeared to hurt his knee in the third period of Thursday's game versus the Lightning, but he was moving around in the locker room after the contest, Mark Lazerus of The Athletic reports. Hall's injury looked bad at the time, but it may not be as severe as initially feared. The 31-year-old has already dealt with a shoulder injury this season. He can be considered day-to-day ahead of Sunday's game against the Panthers.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Scores game-winning goal

    Hall scored a goal on three shots in the Blackhawks' 5-2 victory over the Panthers on Saturday. Hall converted off the rush to extend the Blackhawks' lead to 3-0. It ended up being the game-winning goal in Chicago's 5-2 win. The former Oiler has points in back-to-back games, and Hall should should continue to occupy a role in the Blackhawks' middle six while skating on the top power-play unit.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Good to go

    Hall (shoulder) will be activated from injured reserve ahead of his return to the lineup Saturday against Florida, per Scott Powers of The Athletic. Hall missed three games after aggravating a shoulder injury that he initially suffered Oct. 11 against Boston. He has produced two assists and seven shots on goal in five appearances this season. Hall is projected to play on the third line alongside Jason Dickinson and Tyler Johnson. Hall could also see time on the top power-play unit.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Returns to practice Friday

    Hall was back at practice Friday for the first time since aggravating his shoulder injury Oct. 21, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hall was also seeing time on the first power play and that has to be encouraging for the Blackhawks and Hall's fantasy managers. Hall has two assists in five games this season. He likely will play alongside Connor Bedard upon his return.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Shifts to IR

    Hall (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Hall is listed as week-to-week after aggravating a shoulder issue from earlier in the season during Saturday's 5-3 loss to Vegas. He was already expected to miss a few contests, so his placement on IR won't impact his timetable. Hall has two assists and seven shots on goal in five games this season. Nick Foligno is slated to play alongside Connor Bedard in Tuesday's contest against Boston.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Week-to-week

    Hall is considered week-to-week after aggravating a shoulder injury he initially suffered Oct. 11 against Boston, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hall only missed one game before returning to the lineup and playing in the last three contests, but he is expected to sit out at least a few outings this time around. Hall has produced two assists and seven shots on goal in five games this season. Per Roumeliotis, Nick Foligno skated alongside Connor Bedard and Tyler Johnson during Monday's practice.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Expects to play Monday

    Hall (shoulder) expects to play Monday against Toronto, Mark Masters of TSN reports. Hall was a full participant in Sunday's practice after suffering a shoulder injury in Wednesday's 3-1 loss to Boston. He didn't play in Saturday's 3-2 defeat against Montreal, but the 31-year-old winger is poised to return Monday. Per Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago, Hall skated alongside Connor Bedard and Ryan Donato during Sunday's session.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Upgraded to day-to-day

    Hall (upper body) took part in Friday's skate and has been upgraded from week-to-week to day-to-day, Blackhawks coach Luke Richardson told Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago. Hall, who sustained the injury during Wednesday's 3-1 loss to Boston, will still miss Saturday's contest against Montreal, but he hasn't been ruled out beyond that. When he's healthy, Hall should be expected to resume his role on the top line alongside Connor Bedard.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Labeled week-to-week

    Hall (upper body) was labeled week-to-week by head coach Luke Richardson after Wednesday's game versus the Bruins, Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. That's a troubling development for Hall after he exited Wednesday's game following a hit. The Blackhawks haven't provided any additional details on the nature of Hall's injury, but he could be in line for a longer absence. It wouldn't be surprising to see him land on injured reserve in the near future.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Leaves game with injury

    Hall (undisclosed) will not finish Wednesday's game versus the Bruins. Hall took a hit in the first period and briefly returned for a power-play shift in the second before being ruled out for the game. The 31-year-old winger had an assist on Connor Bedard's tally in the first period. Hall should be considered day-to-day until more information is available.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Practices Saturday

    Hall (lower body) took part in Saturday's practice, per Ben Pope of the Chicago Sun-Times. Hall skated on a line with Connor Bedard, which is projected to continue into the season. Hall didn't practice Thursday or Friday due to his lower-body injury, but he told Pope on Saturday that he missed those two days for precautionary reasons.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Dealing with lower-body injury

    Hall wasn't available for Thursday's practice because of a lower-body injury, Charlie Roumeliotis of NBC Sports Chicago reports. Hall's lower-body injury wasn't seen as too concerning to Blackhawks coach Luke Richardson, but he also said that they'll hopefully know more "tomorrow or the next few days." Hall, who Chicago acquired from Boston over the summer, is penciled in to play alongside Connor Bedard and Tyler Johnson on the first line to start the season. Ryan Donato served in Hall's spot during Thursday's skate.
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  • Blackhawks' Taylor Hall: Traded to Blackhawks

    Hall and Nick Foligno were traded from Boston to Chicago on Monday in exchange for defensemen Ian Mitchell and Alec Regula. Hall still has another two seasons left on his four-year, $24 million contract. He produced 16 goals and 36 points in 61 games with the Bruins during the 2022-23 campaign. Hall should receive a much larger role in Chicago, and he could see playing time alongside Connor Bedard, who is expected to be selected No. 1 overall in the 2023 NHL Entry Draft by the Blackhawks.
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  • Bruins' Taylor Hall: Four-point eruption Sunday

    Hall recorded two goals and two assists Sunday, with one helper coming on the power play, in a 6-2 win over the Panthers during Game 4 of the Bruins' first-round series. After helping to set up Jake DeBrusk for tallies in the second and third periods, Hall wrapped up the big win by potting Boston's final two goals, including one empty-netter. The 31-year-old is having a huge start to his postseason, pouring in four goals and seven points over the last three games, and he'll take a wave of momentum into Wednesday's Game 5 as the Bruins look to advance to the second round.
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