New Boston Bruins' forward Taylor Hall met with the media today after the late night trade that landed him in Boston.
The forward had a disaster of a season in Buffalo so far this season with just 2 goals in 37 games.
Really weird numbers considering Hall was a Hart trophy winner just a couple of seasons ago.
The 29 year old admitted that Buffalo has kind of broken him.
"Unfortunately right now I'm not the most confident hockey player. ... I don't think it's completely lost or anything like that."
He's looking to get going again and feels really good about waiving his no trade clause to land in Boston.
"The no-move really helped me become a Bruin. … Since I knew I would be traded for the last few weeks, it’s a team I really wanted to join.”
"I really want to be part of a winning team ... However I can do that, I’m all in.”
Hall added that he came close to signing with the Bruins during the offseason and would like to sign an extension if possible.
"I love the city. I love the fanbase and the way they care about hockey.
"I'd love to be a Bruin for the next few years."