Taylor Hall LW EDM 19 Days
Hall was moved to injured reserve on Sunday.
With their star player slated to miss the next two-to-four weeks after suffering the knee injury Saturday night, the Oilers could be a world of hurt for the next several games. Nail Yakupov is expected to receive the first crack at replacing Hall on Edmonton's top line.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 20 Days
Hall (knee) will miss two-to-four weeks with an MCL sprain.
Hall's extended absence is devastating for the Oilers. He leads the team in both goals (six) and points (ten) this season, but now will miss a minimum of two weeks after running into the post Saturday against the Canucks. The team will likely make a move in the near future to add depth among the forwards.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 20 Days
Hall (lower body) won't join his teammates as they leave on a road trip to Philadelphia and will undergo an MRI on Sunday, Ryan Rishaug of TSN reports.
Hall's status for Tuesday's game seems doubtful, but his results from the MRI should shed more light on the situation. The Oilers are heading out for a five-game road trip starting in Philadelphia on Tuesday, and Hall should join them at some point unless the MRI reveals something serious.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 21 Days
Hall will not return to Saturday's game against the Canucks after suffering a lower-body injury after hitting the net on a wide drive in the second period, reports the CBC's Hockey Night in Canada.
His right hip appeared to hit the post and lower edge, and he was seen limping back to the dressing room right after the injury. He's the heart-and-soul of the Oilers right now, so a prolonged absence would deal the team a significant blow.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 1 Month
Hall converted a second-period penalty shot Monday for his fourth goal of the year in a win over the Lightning. He also picked up an assist, fired three shots on net and was a plus-2.
Hall has been, by far, Edmonton's best player this season and Monday was no exception. He now has six points in six games and should continue to produce on a near-nightly basis for the Copper and Blue.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 1 Month
Hall scored two goals and added an assist while skating to a plus-2 in Wednesday's 7-4 loss to the Coyotes.
Hall found a way to rise above the Oilers' mediocrity in this one, bringing his point total to four in four games played this season. As long as his rough-and-tumble ways don't get the better of him in the injury department, the 2010 first-overall pick should again reach the point per-game plateau this year.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months
Hall finished the preseason with two goals and no assists in three games played.
Hall had the best season of his young career in 2013-14, finishing with 27 goals and 53 assists. He is projected to have a similar offensive output and will play on a line with Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins once again. Hall, as well as the rest of his line, is just tapping into its immense talent so if they can find their stride, look for Hall to have another strong season.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 5 Months
Edmonton Oilers head amateur scout Stu MacGregor still has plenty of faith in the team's young core.
He said players the team relies on are just "21, 22, 23 years old, so some of those players are still learning the NHL." Taylor Hall is only 22, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is 21 and Nail Yakupov is 20. Jordan Eberle is just slightly older at 24 years of age. "These guys have been able to gain that experience early in their career and hopefully that will be an advantage in the end," MacGregor said. "It's been challenging for them and us to be able to try and produce these players slightly earlier than most." The Oilers have another high draft pick, at third overall, in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft and it's believed that they are eyeing German forward Leon Draisaitl.
Taylor Hall LW EDM 7 Months
Taylor Hall is excited about the future of the Edmonton Oilers.
The Oilers have yet to make the playoffs during the four year career of Hall but there is optimism according to the young star. "I know I've stood here and said next year has to be the year and there were times this year when we struggled and I lay away at night wondering, 'When is this going to stop?' but there are signs I haven't seen in years past." Hall said. "I think it's pretty obvious (coach) Dallas (Eakins) will be back and that continuity for me is great and will be for a lot of guys in terms of just knowing what to expect. There's not that awkward handshake when you come into camp. You know what expect, what he's going to teach, and most of all, you know what he's like. That's important for all of us."
Taylor Hall LW EDM 8 Months
Taylor Hall has certainly played well since being reunited with Jordan Eberle and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on the top line four games ago.
Hall celebrated by picking up nine points last week as the was named the NHL's first star. Jordan Eberle had eight points while RNH had four. "Playing with good players seems to be the key to getting up there (points parade), whether that's a pass through a couple of sticks or a shot," said Hall who is seventh in the NHL scoring race. "With the Top 6 on our team (David Perron, Sam Gagner and the injured Nail Yakupov) there are always good guys to play with and there are always positions (power play) to put up points. I know the last four games (RNH and Eberle), it's been a lot of fun."