The Boston Bruins may have to start the season without forward Taylor Hall, who suffered an upper-body injury in the team's most recent preseason game on Saturday.  ;
The 2018 Hart Trophy winner exited the game, a 4-0 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, in the second period. Although the injury didn't appear to be very serious at first, head coach Jim Montgomery said Sunday that Hall's condition would be reassessed weekly.
“It's a little more serious, his upper body injury, than we thought yesterday,” the Montreal driver confided at a press conference.
With Hall on the floor, Montgomery loses another member of his core. Forward Brad Marchand and defenders Charlie McAvoy and Matt Grzelcyk may also not be ready in time for the regular season opener on October 12.
In 2021-2022, in his first season complete in Boston, the 30-year-old Albertan has amassed 61 points in 81 games. He continued his work with a collection of four points in seven playoff games.
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