As trade rumours surrounding New Jersey Devils star forward Taylor Hall continue to swirl and escalate, the Arizona Coyotes are believed to be the frontrunners to land the former MVP.
New Jersey Devils forward Taylor Hall was a late healthy scratch ahead of Friday's loss to the Colorado Avalanche, with a potential trade on the horizon.
The New Jersey Devils had Taylor Hall for three and a half years and he was so great for them when he was healthy. Fans should appreciate the time he was here. The New Jersey Devils have been less than good for a two-straight seasons. They had one run to the playoffs in the last few seasons, and the biggest reason they made it that year was the play of Taylor Hall.
Hall's production with New Jersey (25 points in 30 games) and Arizona (27 in 35) this year have been similar, so it appears the mid-season change of scenery wasn't much of a spark for the 28-year-old.
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Taylor Hall of the New Jersey Devils is congratulated by teammate John Moore after Hall scored the game winning goal in overtime against the Washington Capitals on January 18, 2018 at Prudential. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images.
Reigning NHL MVP Taylor Hall has been out of the New Jersey Devils lineup since December with an unspecified lower body injury with little details known. The New Jersey Devils are hiding something.
Hall wins MVP in tight race; Rinne takes Vezina. Taylor Hall of the New Jersey Devils barely edged Colorado's Nathan MacKinnon for the Hart Trophy on Wednesday night, winning the NHL MVP race by less than 100 points in the voting.
Taylor Hall is on fire thus far for the New Jersey Devils. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports) That was a game that last season this team would have lost, but again, this season’s team isn’t last.
Hall had a breakout season with the Devils in 2017-18, finishing with NHL career highs in goals (39), assists (54) and points (93). He helped New Jersey qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since 2012 and won the Hart Trophy as the NHL's most valuable player. A native of Calgary.
Both New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero and Taylor Hall's agent, Darren Ferris, denied a report on Monday that suggested Hall wasn’t interested in signing a contract extension with the.
The New Jersey Devils, with Taylor Hall at the forefront of it, are just beginning what has the potential to be a Cup winning team. The Devils have a core that is still young and can only get.
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Trade speculation surrounding New Jersey Devils star Taylor Hall has taken off this week with the Arizona Coyotes right in the middle of it. Trade speculation surrounding New Jersey Devils star.
According to the latest NHL rumors from The Fourth Period, Taylor Hall is currently not interested in signing an extension with the New Jersey Devils. The NHL is primed to have an exciting offseason.Look at New Jersey Devil player Taylor Hall, for instance. His breakfast ritual doesn't include reaching for that General Mills box at all. Instead, he bulks up with a serving of sausage and eggs with oatmeal, and if there's any green juice around, he'll take a glass of that as well.Taylor Hall was traded to the Arizona Coyotes by the New Jersey Devils on Monday. Taylor Hall was traded to the Arizona Coyotes by the New Jersey Devils on Monday. Skip to Main Content.