Taylor Hall Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 210 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 11/14/1991 (31)
Taylor Hall Last 10 Games
Taylor Hall News
Boston Bruins left wing Taylor Hall scored the only goal as the team was dealt a third consecutive defeat with a 4-1 scoreline Sunday against Carolina. He notched his 15th goal of the campaign 3:22 into the third period to make it 3-1. The Bruins have been in dominant form throughout the season and hadn't even lost back-to-back games before the current slide started, but Hall has still struggled to perform. Sunday's goal marks only his fifth point across the last 19 games. He has collected 32 points overall in 50 games this season.
Boston Bruins left wing Taylor Hall was the most productive player in Wednesday's 4-0 win over Colorado, scoring two of the goals and handing out one assist. He finished with five shots in total and was plus-four for the game in 14:11 of action. It appears that getting dropped to the third line has shaken the former MVP back to life, as Hall has amassed seven points during a four-game point streak and teams have held him without a point just twice in his past 10 outings. Hall is the second top goal-scorer for the Bruins with 11 goals and he has tallied 20 points in 25 appearances, which isn't a bad return at all.
Boston Bruins left wing Taylor Hall potted two goals as the team took down Tampa Bay 3-1 on Tuesday. He opened the scoring just 1:07 into the game and netted a second one 2:49 into the third period, registering the game-winning goal on a power play. Hall showed great precision by scoring twice with just three shots on goal and he also recorded two blocks with a plus-one rating in 14:52 of ice time. Hall is having a decent season with 15 points in 22 games, but he had scored just once in his past 11 appearances prior to Tuesday and this should be a good confidence booster for him.
Boston Bruins left wing Taylor Hall (upper body) was a full participant in Monday's practice, which is a great sign that he will be ready to play in Wednesday's season opener against Washington. The former MVP was injured in a preseason game and the team has listed him week-to-week, but it appears that Hall has now fully recovered. The Bruins start the season without Brad Marchand (hip), so they will be counting a lot on Hall, who worked on the top line in Monday's practice with Patrice Bergeron and Jake DeBrusk.