After a busy day at work for Buffalo Sabres’ GM Kevyn Adams, forward Taylor Hall has been traded.
The Sabres and Boston Bruins made a deal, and Hall and Curtis Lazar were traded to the Bruins in exchange for Anders Bjork and a 2021 2nd round pick.
The trade comes after weeks of speculation surrounding Hall’s remaining days in Buffalo. After signing Hall as a free agent this offseason on a one-year term worth $8 million, the 29-year-old winger has been underwhelming for the last-place Sabres, scoring only 2 goals in 37 games to go along with 17 assists. He is also a -21 on the season. Curtis Lazar has 5 goals and 4 assists over 33 games.
Going the other way to Buffalo, 24-year-old Anders Bjork has 2 goals and 3 assists over 30 games with the Bruins.
Hall will be an unrestricted free agent once again in the upcoming offseason.
Featured photo courtesy of NHLTradeTalk.com
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