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Taylor Hall Assesses ‘Positive’ First Full Season With Bruins

It wasn’t as much as a whirlwind this season for Taylor Hall in his first full campaign with the Boston Bruins. The Bruins acquired the highly-skilled forward last year in a trade with the Buffalo Sabres and signed the former No. 1 overall pick to a four-year, $24 million deal this past offseason.
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All Indiana Artist: Taylor Hall

Today’s All Indiana Artist Taylor Hall is a voice for her generation. Not only as an R&B and pop musician, but as an activist she was a leader in the peaceful protests of George Floyd’s death in Indy back in 2020. Her first single was “I Can’t Breathe,”...
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Bruins, Taylor Hall focused on Game 2, fixing mistakes after loss to Hurricanes: ‘It’s a long series, we’re pretty good at making adjustments’

To draw some inspiration for the immediate future, Bruins forward Taylor Hall looked to the recent past after Monday’s 5-1 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes. A year ago, the Capitals beat the Bruins in Game 1 of the first round before Boston rallied to win the next four in a row. That game, a 3-2 overtime win for Washington, wasn’t nearly as decisive as Monday’s was for Carolina. But that didn’t change the approach for Hall.
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Bruins' Taylor Hall: Scores lone goal in loss

Hall scored a goal on four shots in Monday's 5-1 loss to Carolina. Hall's goal early in the third period cut the deficit to one but the Canes would score three unanswered to secure the series opener. The 30-year-old forward finished the regular season with four goals and six points in six games to reach 20 goals and 41 assists on the year. Hall will look to stay hot as the Bruins try to even the series Wednesday.
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Bruins' Taylor Hall: Being rested Friday

Hall will be held out of the lineup for Friday's season finale against the Maple Leafs, Conor Ryan of Boston Sports Journal reports. Hall's one of seven prominent Bruins being rested ahead of the postseason. He picked up his 20th goal and 61st point of the season in Thursday's win over Buffalo and will finish the regular season with those totals.
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Bruins' Taylor Hall: Pots 20th goal on two-point night

Hall had a goal and an assist -- both on the power play -- in Thursday's 5-0 win over the Sabres. Hall set up David Pastrnak's 40th goal of the season early in the third, and Pastrnak returned the favor 2:05 later by assisting on Hall's 20th of the campaign. If Hall suits up for Friday's game against Toronto, he will have dressed for every game this season, and he sits at 61 points heading into the season finale.
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Bruins' Taylor Hall: Scores in victory

Hall scored a goal on three shots in Tuesday's 3-2 overtime victory over St. Louis. Hall deflected a Derek Forbort shot past Ville Husso to give the Bruins a 2-1 lead midway through the second period. It was the first goal since March 31 for the 30-year-old winger. In 75 games this season, Hall now has 16 goals and 39 assists.
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Judd Sirott’s interview with Taylor Hall

Judd sits down with the B’s winger to discuss his career. Bruins Defenseman Derek Forbort Joins Zolak & Bertrand – 3/30/22. Bruins Forward Brad Marchand Joins Zolak & Bertrand – 3/25/22. 14:04 Download March 25th. Bruins Defenseman Derek Forbort Joins Zolak & Bertrand – 3/23/22. 10:33...
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Did Taylor Hall deserve maximum fine for roughing call in Bruins-Leafs game?

Taylor Hall is feeling lighter in the wallet following a frustrating night for the Boston Bruins. The winger was fined $5,000, the maximum allowed under the NHL's collective bargaining agreement, for an incident which resulted in a roughing call against Hall in the second period of a 6-4 loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden on Tuesday.
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Bruins' Taylor Hall avoids suspension, earns $5K fine for punching Maple Leafs' Ilya Lyubushkin

The Boston Bruins will not be losing Taylor Hall for any length of time after his punch on Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Ilya Lyubushkin Tuesday night. Though Lyubushkin left the game with an injury and did not return, Hall has been issued a $5,000 fine — the maximum amount under the current CBA — instead of any further supplementary discipline. Meanwhile, the Nashville Predators won’t lose star rookie Tanner Jeannot, either, as he was given a $2,000 fine for kneeing Ottawa Senators captain Brady Tkachuk.
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Taylor Hall fined $5,000 for roughing

The incident occurred in Tuesday night’s game between the Bruins and Leafs when Lyubushkin hit Hall into the boards, and Hall retaliated with a punch to the back of the head. Hall did get a penalty in the game for it, which the Leafs proceeded to score on. It...
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