The rejuvenated star winger - fresh off a two-goal performance that included the overtime winner versus the New York Islanders on Monday - said his start with Boston has been a blast so far.
"It's been 16 games and it's probably been some of the most enjoyable hockey I've ever played in my career," Hall said, per Conor Ryan of the Boston Sports Journal. "I hope there's more to come."
Hall signed with the Buffalo Sabres last offseason, but only managed two goals and 17 assists in 37 games as the club plummeted to last place. Since being dealt to the Bruins, he's notched 14 points in 16 contests, and Boston has gone 12-3-1 over than span with an expected goals mark over 62%, according to Natural Stat Trick.
The Bruins were Hall's No. 1 destination entering the trade deadline, and he admitted he was close to signing with the club as an unrestricted free agent before landing in Buffalo.
After the trade, Hall said he'd "love to be a Bruin for a few years."
Hall has only appeared in 14 career playoff games since being drafted first overall in 2010. He made the postseason in his 2018 MVP season with the New Jersey Devils, and last year with the Arizona Coyotes.
The Bruins are solidified in third place in the East Division and will play the Washington Capitals in Round 1.