Devils forward Taylor Hall, who missed the last 47 games of the 2018-19 season, could see his first game action since December this weekend.
The 2017-18 Hart Trophy winner, 27, had arthroscopic surgery in February to remove fragments from his left knee.
“I’ve felt good,” Hall said (via NHL.com). “I think there’s maybe a couple things I want to feel a little bit better on, but for the most part I can’t complain. My energy has felt good every day after [practice], and this is a pretty hard training camp, so you’re putting yourself through a lot and the knee has held up pretty well so far.”
The Devils play a pair of home preseason games this weekend: against the Rangers on Friday and the Islanders on Saturday. They have four preseason games remaining before their regular-season opener Oct. 4 vs. the Jets.
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