Hall Joins Henrique In Jersey

(NEWARK, NJ) – The New Jersey Devils today acquired left wing Taylor Hall from Edmonton in exchange for defenseman Adam Larsson. The announcement was made by Devils’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero.

Hall, 24, has spent his entire six-year career with the Oilers’ organization. In 381 career NHL games, he has recorded 132g-196a-328pts and 234 penalty minutes.

He has led Edmonton in scoring three of the last four seasons, and finished at least top three on the squad in each of his six seasons. This past year, Hall posted 26g-39a- 65pts and 54 penalty minutes while skating in all 82 games.

He also represented the Oilers at the 2016 NHL All-Star Game in Nashville.

The native of Calgary, AB, was the first overall selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. He played three seasons with Windsor from 2007-10, and registered 123g-157a-280pts and 138 PIM in 183 career games.

Hall, along with current Devils’ forward Adam Henrique, helped lead the Spitfires to two Ontario Hockey League Championships and two Memorial Cup Championships in 2009 and 2010. During the 2009-10 season, he led the OHL in assists, points, playoff points, played in the All-Star Game, and was named to the league’s First All-Star Team.

In 2008-09, Hall paced the league in playoff goals, playoff points, earned the playoffs MVP award, and was named to the League’s First All-Star Team.

The 6’ 1”, 200 lb winger has skated for Team Canada at the 2010 World Junior Championships, winning a silver medal, and three World Championships, including gold medals in 2015 and 2016.

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