Taylor Hall and Connor Bedard on the ice after a play

Blackhawks will have Bedard's ideal linemate returning next season

Published January 26, 2024 at 8:02 PM
The Chicago Blackhawks have been struggling with injuries this season.

Although some players are slowly returning to the lineup, one of Connor Bedard's former linemates, Taylor Hall, is still out of action due to a right knee injury he sustained on November 23rd, 2023.

Hall had to undergo surgery to correct his ACL injury, which has kept him away from the team.


He was supposed to be one of Taylor Hall's mentors on the team and a great linemate as a skilled forward.

The Blackhawks acquired Hall in a trade from the Boston Bruins before selecting Connor Bedard.

Hall, who won the 2018 MVP and the 2019 Hart Trophy, was seen recently working out, indicating his intention to return to the 2024-2025 season healthy and ready to play.

In the video, Hall is seen two months after his ACL reconstruction, likely going through rehabilitation to regain the strength he lost as a result of the surgery.

Hall, would only play 10 games for the Blackhawks this season and put up 2 goals and 2 assists for 4 points.

We hope a healthy Taylor Hall will help the Blackhawks out of the slump they're currently experiencing as a rebuilding team.
January 26   |   181 answers
Blackhawks will have Bedard's ideal linemate returning next season

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