Taylor Hall confirmed Friday that he will be a member of the Boston Bruins for four seasons.
According to information released the day before, the attacker earns an average of $ 6 million a year.
“The Bruins are happy Taylor wants to stay in Boston and we’re excited for him to sign a multi – year contract,” General Manager Dan Sweeney said in a statement. He is an Impact player, a game in which he is involved in both directions of speed, ability to score goals, skills and ice. It fits well into our locker room and is an integral part of our organization’s mission to win the Stanley Cup. ”
After a slow start to the season with Buffalo Sabers, he scored 19 points in 37 games, maintaining a -21 difference, and traded to the Bruins at Curtis Lazar instead of Hall Anders. And a second round pick.
With the formation of Massachusetts, he has 14 points from 16 games, adding an additional five points from 11 playoff games.