Blackhawks' Hall week-to-week again after aggravating shoulder injury
Taylor Hall's roller-coaster 2023-24 campaign continues.
The Chicago Blackhawks forward is again listed as week-to-week after aggravating his shoulder injury, head coach Luke Richardson announced Monday, according to NBC Sports Chicago's Charlie Roumeliotis.
Hall initially sustained the ailment on Oct. 11 in Boston after taking a hit from Bruins defenseman and former teammate Brandon Carlo. Chicago labeled Hall as week-to-week at the time, but the veteran winger returned to the lineup after missing just one game.
The 31-year-old suited up for the Blackhawks' next three contests but didn't practice Monday after irritating his injury Saturday against the Vegas Golden Knights.
Here's what happened on both plays that put Hall on the sidelines:
Hall has logged two assists through five games this campaign.