The Boston Bruins and forward Taylor Hall had a nice little run together after he was acquired at the trade deadline.
Hall put up 8 goals and 14 points in 16 games during the regular season and added 3 goals and 5 points in 11 games during the playoff run.
There was lots of speculation that general manager Don Sweeney and Hall would come to an agreement on an extension as Hall publicly said he was open to returning to Boston.
However after signing a one year prove it deal with Buffalo last year, it sounds like Hall is looking for the big bucks.
According to NHL insider Elliotte Friedman, there's a lot of interest for Hall across the NHL and he'll be hitting the open market.
No extension is expected for now.
Thinks Hall goes to market. A lot of interest in him. Hasn't heard a lot about Tatar. Thinks some team will take a short term gamble but hasn't heard any teams. Doesn't think Foligno will be back in Toronto. Thinks he could go back to CBJ or to MIN.
— J (@Account4hockey) July 16, 2021