Taylor Hall joins Boston. Buffalo will keep half of his $ 8 million salary

Buffalo Sabers striker Taylor Hall has joined the Boston Bruins. This is reported in his Twitter account by NHL insider Elliot Friedman.

In addition to Hall, forward Curtis Lazar will continue his career at Boston. In turn, Buffalo received striker Anders Bjork and a second-round pick in 2021. Buffalo is known to have kept 50 per cent of Hall’s $ 8 million salaries on their payroll.

The 29-year-old Hall has played 37 regular-season games for Buffalo this season and has 19 points (2 goals, 17 assists) with a -23 utility rating. On account of Lazar – 5 + 4 in 33 meetings.

Boston, after 39 games with 48 points, is fourth in the Eastern Division. “Buffalo” after the 41st meeting with 26 points is in the last, eighth place in the division.

Author: Sam Smith
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