Report: Taylor Hall Expected to Return From Injury Sooner Than Expected

The Boston Bruins have been without one of their dynamic playmakers since February 25th. During a west coast road trip, forward Taylor Hall returned home to Boston with a lower-body injury with two games remaining on the trip. Once the Bruins returned home to Boston, they officially placed Hall on long-term injured reserve. Since the placement of Hall to LTIR, not much information has come out regarding the third-line winger, as much speculation has surrounded the issue. All everyone is hoping for is that Hall will be able to rejoin the team for the playoffs as a third line of Hall, Charlie Coyle, and Tyler Bertuzzi will be key for the Bruins’ success as they are the deepest team in the NHL.

It now seems Hall will return before the playoffs, as Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe reported. According to KPD, Hall is expected to return to practice on Monday, and he could return to action when the Bruins wrap up their five-game road trip.

The return of Hall is coming at the perfect time, as it will allow the veteran forward to build chemistry with newcomer Tyler Bertuzzi prior to the start of the playoffs. While Hall struggled offensively before the injury, he still has 16 goals, 20 assists, and 36 points in 58 games this season. Hopefully, between the time he has had to rest and recover and the talent Bertuzzi brings, Hall can regain his goal-scoring form.

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