Taylor Hall Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/14/1991 (32)
Taylor Hall Last 10 Games
Taylor Hall News
Chicago Blackhawks left wing Taylor Hall (knee) will undergo surgery and is expected to miss the rest of the season. The former MVP is set to have ACL surgery on his right knee. As a result, Hall will be limited to just 10 games during his debut season in Chicago, having also missed time with a shoulder issue early in the year. The 32-year-old potted two goals and posted two assists.
Chicago Blackhawks winger Taylor Hall (undisclosed) will miss Wednesday's game against the Columbus Blue Jackets and will undergo evaluations in Chicago. Hall has already missed six games this season with lower-body and shoulder injuries, and will now miss at least one more. The 32-year-old has four points in eight games this year as a consistent part of Chicago's top six and first powerplay unit. Ryan Donato will likely take over Hall's spot on the second line while he sits out, but doesn't have much appeal in fantasy.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Taylor Hall (lower body) practiced with the team on Friday and the club is hopeful he can return for Saturday's road game against the Nashville Predators. The veteran sustained a lower-body injury during a game against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Nov. 9. "We're going to be cautious, make sure and dress someone for warmup but that's my hope," Blackhawks head coach Luke Richardson said Friday. "I think he feels stronger every day, so we're hoping he's playing tomorrow and just keep going from there." The former Hart Trophy winner has tallied two goals and four points in eight games with the Blackhawks after being traded from the Boston Bruins this past summer.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Taylor Hall (lower body) will not suit up for Thursday's contest against the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning. Hall sustained a lower-body injury last Thursday against the Lightning when he fell backward on his right leg. "He's going to need a little more work," Blackhawks bench boss Luke Richardson said. "Hopefully soon after that if today is a good indication he's on his way." Hall, who has missed five games this season due to a shoulder injury, skated on his own on Monday and was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. In his first season with the Blackhawks, he has tallied two goals and four points to go along with 15 shots on goal and a minus-two rating across eight contests.