Just like last season Taylor Hall will miss the remaining two weeks of NHL action. This time though he suffered a concussion from this bombshell of a hit. But that’s the least of his worries, Hall will now undergo labral shoulder surgery and face a long road to recovery. The luck on this kid has not been in his favor, health wise. As for totaling points, he played exceptionally well this season, again.
Recovery time for this type of surgery is 5-6 months. Taylor Hall should be healthy and fully recovered by the start of training camp, that’s if his concussion symptoms go away.
According to tsn.ca Hall injured his shoulder in Juniors and has been playing through it ever since. Pretty incredible if you ask me.
In Hall’s rookie season he played 65 games totaling 22 goals 20 assists for 42 points. This season Hall played in 61 games totaling 27 goals 26 assists for a total of 53 points. It’s a safe assumption after he recovers from his injuries he can easily double in points. If you play fantasy hockey, I suggest you draft Taylor Hall before others do.
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