Report: Taylor Hall traded to the Chicago Blackhawks

Taylor Hall will be part of the rebuild in Chicago. 

The Boston Bruins had an agreement in place to trade Hall to the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday according to multiple NHL insiders. 

The rights to pending UFA Nick Foligno moved to Chicago as well, while the Bruins received the rights to RFAs Ian Mitchell and Alec Regula.

Hall had a 16-team no-trade list, because Chicago was not on that list, Boston could complete the deal without his approval. 

It's a cap-dump move for the Bruins, with Hall set to make $6 million each of the next two seasons. No salary is retained as part of the deal. 

For Hall it's his sixth NHL team, and he'll likely play this season in Chicago with presumptive No. 1 pick in the 2023 NHL Draft Connor Bedard. 

The 2017-18 Hart Trophy winner, Hall scored 16 goals and 36 points in 61 games with the Bruins this past season, his third with the Bruins. 



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