Today the Bruins announced a few roster transactions. Oskar Steen was assigned to Providence, Nick Foligno and Derek Forbort were added to LTIR, and Taylor Hall has been activated. Foligno and Forbort are both expected to return sometime in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The return of Taylor Hall is here. After an extended absence with an injury, he will play against the New Jersey Devils this evening. It will be interesting to see where he draws into the lineup. The Bruins have been resting their top six talent, but it would make sense to let Hall-Coyle–Bertuzzi work on some chemistry, assuming that’s their combination in the postseason.
It will be an exciting week for Hall as he looks to rebound from his injury and hope to be a difference-maker for the Bruins and their Stanley Cup aspirations. Hall has played in 58 games this season, tallying 16 goals and 20 assists for the Bruins.
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