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Here's a number of things I've been hearing and/or reading over the last couple of days. Call these rumors if you wish. That's what I'm calling them: Rumors. Why? Because I'm the Oilers rumor guy. If there's a rumor to be found, to be heard, to be invented...I'm your man.
Hall Be Back - Rumors floating around that Taylor Hall is a day or...
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Taylor Hall is staying in Edmonton for the foreseeable future. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 NHL entry draft has signed a seven-year extension with the Oilers, the club announced on Wednesday. TSN's Bob McKenzie reports that the new contract will be worth $6 million per season. Hall is obviously widely regarded as one of the game's best young players, and he's done...
The Edmonton Oilers have locked up forward Taylor Hall with a seven-year contract extension.
The Oilers say the contract is worth an average of $6 million per season.
The club announced the deal Wednesday on its Twitter account.
Hall was the first overall pick in the 2010 draft and has since become a key fixture on the team's youthful top line alongside fellow first overall...
On Wednesday, the Edmonton Oilers organization announced the signing of 2010 first overall pick Taylor Hall to a seven-year , $42 million contract extension.
You have to have complete belief in the player, and our organization obviously does," Oilers general manager Steve Tambellini said. "He just brings such a complete level to our organization. He grabs the...
Quote from yesterday's rumor blog: "Taylor Hall will get a 7 year deal at $6mil per".
Quote from Oilers today: "Taylor Hall signs a seven year contract extension worth $6mil per."
Ain't I a genius? Wait, don't answer that. Hey, I rarely get stuff 100% right, so allow me to have a moment.
Okay, I'm done. Thanks for that. Now time for the...
GM Steve Tambellini announces the #Oilers have agreed to terms with forward Taylor Hall on a new seven-year contract extension— Edmonton Oilers (@NHL_Oilers) August 22, 2012
Taylor Hall’s agent Paul Krepelka has concluded negotiations with EDM on a 7-year extension that will pay Hall $6M per year.— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) August 22, 2012
Reports on Wednesday are that the Edmonton Oilers have agreed on a seven-year, $42M extension ($6M cap hit) with former top overall pick Taylor Hall. In two NHL seasons, Hall has already missed 38 games because of injury. He has … Continue reading →
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GM Steve Tambellini announces the Oilers have agreed to terms with forward Taylor Hall on a new seven-year contract extension with an average annual value (AAV) of $6 million.
Seguin is only 20 years old and hopefully has long career ahead of him as a Bruin.
Taylor Hall signed a seven year deal with the Edmonton Oilers today which is worth over $40 million. This deal must have had Bruins management throwing up in their mouths because they all know that this is the kind of deal that they are going to give Tyler Seguin...
Today, the Edmonton Oilers re-signed one of their up and coming stars Taylor Hall to a restricted free agent deal - Hall just finished his second season in the NHL. The Oilers decided not to wait as they have Hall locked up for the next eight seasons - Hall signed a seven year extension worth 42 Million dollars. The line on Taylor Hall reads (126 games 49 goals, 46 assists —...
In case the Boston Bruins have not been paying much attention to some of the free agent signings and contract extension this offseason, they may want to tune in to what has happened in Carolina and Edmonton over the past couple of weeks. It is certainly going to affect them going forward, especially from a financial aspect.
The Carolina Hurricanes signed Jeff Skinner...
from Mark Spector of Sportsnet, When Edmonton Oilers defenceman Ladislav Smid, in a conversation with veteran reporter Jim Matheson about his own contract status, included Taylor Hall and Jordan Eberle in his answer, you knew something was up.
“I know the team is talking with Ebs and Hallsie, and that’s good,” Smid told the Edmonton Journal.
It does not shake the hockey world...