Massive Taylor Hall Injury Update

Published March 10, 2023 at 12:49

The Boston Bruins have been the most consistent team in the NHL this season, comfortably sitting atop the standings. However, they have been facing injuries to regular players, including Taylor Hall who is on long-term injured reserve (LTIR) and Nick Foligno who is on injured reserve (IR).

Positive news today for the Bruins

Despite these challenges, the Bruins received some positive news today regarding Hall's injury. Kevin Paul DuPont of the Boston Globe shared an update on the Bruins winger earlier today, indicating that his condition has improved.

The Bruins' ability to maintain their top position in the standings despite these injuries speaks volumes about the depth and resilience of the team. It will be interesting to see how they fare when Hall and Foligno return to the lineup. Until then, the Bruins will continue to rely on their depth and talent to maintain their position atop the NHL standings.

‘'Taylor Hall, who has been out since Feb. 25 when he was injured, is expected to practice Monday.''

‘'He could return to action when the Bruins wrap up their five-game road trip.''

Good news for the Boston Bruins as Taylor Hall's injury progress appears to be ahead of schedule. Originally expected to be out until playoffs, a second opinion on his condition must have been positive. Kevin Paul DuPont of the Boston Globe provided an update on Hall's injury, indicating that he could potentially return as early as March 21st when the Bruins return from a five-game road trip. This would give him 13 remaining games in the season.

However, Hall is still on long-term injured reserve (LTIR), which carries a $6 million cap hit. To activate him, general manager Don Sweeney will need to find a way to move at least $2 million. One potential solution could be to place Nick Foligno on LTIR.

Since joining the Bruins, Hall has reinvigorated his game, with 61 points in his first full year with the club (81 games). He has added incredible depth to the Bruins' third line, contributing 16 goals and 20 assists in 58 games this season.

If Hall can return earlier than expected, it would be a significant boost for the Bruins as they look to maintain their position atop the NHL standings. With his talent and contributions to the team this season, Hall could be the key to Boston making a deep playoff run.
March 10   |   145 answers
Massive Taylor Hall Injury Update

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