Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Coach Todd Nelson indicated that Hall will undergo an MRI on his left ankle.

Hall's status is still a bit cloudy with more tests forthcoming, but it seems all but certain he will miss Monday and Tuesday at a minimum. The MRI results should provide additional information and an updated timetable for the Oilers' forward.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (ankle) returned to Edmonton on Sunday to undergo further evaluation on his injured ankle.

Hall's departure from the team likely indicates he will miss at least Monday and Tuesday due to the injury, but the team doesn't return back to Edmonton until Feb. 16, with four more road games on tap. The news is a bit concerning, but the team should provide an update once the ankle is assessed further that should give owners a clearer timetable.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (foot) is considered "highly unlikely" to play Saturday against the Maple Leafs, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.

Hall hasn't resumed practicing since aggravating his foot injury in Monday's game against the Sharks. For what it's worth, interim coach Todd Nelson is calling Hall day-to-day, but he'll need to get back on the ice in the near future in order for fantasy owners to have confidence about a short-term absence.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (foot) is not practicing Friday, Rob Tychkowski of the Edmonton Sun reports.

After missing Wednesday's game against the Penguins, Hall appears to be in some danger of also missing Saturday's game against the Maple Leafs. He recently aggravated the foot injury that caused him to miss three games in late January.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (foot) wasn't on the ice for the Oilers' morning skate and looks set to miss Wednesday's game against the Penguins, Jack Michaels of the Oilers Radio Network reports.

Hall aggravated an existing foot injury in his return to the lineup Monday against the Sharks and hasn't resumed skating. With the Oilers headed nowhere this season, they'll proceed carefully with their franchise forward, giving him as much rest as he needs to heal up from the issue. While Hall remains sidelined, Nail Yakupov will get the first crack at filling in as the top-line left wing.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall suffered a foot injury during Monday's game against the Sharks and will not return.

Hall came into Monday's game with a lower-leg injury but managed to snap a three-game absence against the Sharks. Although his comeback party was short lived as he should be considered day-to-day ahead of Wednesday's game against the Penguins with what appears to be a fresh new injury.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (lower leg) is on the ice for pregame warmups against the Sharks on Monday, although he's not participating in line rushes which puts his availability in question, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.

Hall took the ice for pregame warmups and seemed poised to erase a three game absence from action due to a lower leg injury. Although, his status seems doubtful at this point since he's not fully participating in warmups.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (lower leg) is on the ice for Monday's pregame warmups and is expected to play against the Sharks, Oilers radio analyst Bob Stauffer reports.

This outcome was somewhat expected after Hall managed to skate with the team during Monday's morning skate. He will be making his comeback from a three game absence with a lower leg injury.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (leg) is a game-time decision for Monday's game against the Sharks.

Hall skated with the team earlier on Monday, and was able to return to practice before Saturday's game also, so he appears to be getting closer to a return. If he doesn't play on Monday, he could be able to suit up again on Wednesday against the Penguins.

Taylor Hall LW EDM 2 Months

Hall (lower leg) will not play in Saturday's game against the Sharks, Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun reports.

Hall was able to resume skating with the team at morning skate, but his absence from line rushes means that he will head to the press box for a third straight contest. Still, the Oilers have to be encouraged by Hall's presence on the ice, further affirming that a long-term injury has been avoided. He'll set his sights on a return to action Monday in San Jose.