It's been a very interesting offseason so far for the Boston Bruins especially when it comes to forward Taylor Hall.
Hall was acquired at the deadline and fit into the team's blueprint pretty well.
However he has no contract and will hit UFA status this offseason and we heard various reports from a deal is virtually a lock to Hall will not be returning.
Well it seems that they've ironed out all their problems and Hall will be returning to Boston.
According to NHL insider Frank Seravalli, the Bruins and Hall are closing in a deal that would likely be for 4 years and carry an AAV of $6million.
The deal will likely be announced after the expansion draft.
What do you think of Hall's new contract?
Hearing #NHLBruins have made meaningful progress with pending UFA Taylor Hall. Expectation is Hall will indeed remain in Boston after the signing moratorium is lifted. Wouldn't be surprised to see a deal in the 4 years x $6 million neighborhood. Stay tuned. @DFOHockey
— Frank Seravalli (@frank_seravalli) July 21, 2021