Taylor Hall is having quite the year with the New Jersey Devils

Through 57 games the 26-year-old has 26 goals, which is one shy of his career-high, to go along with 40 assists for 66 points and is one of the main reasons why the Devils sit in a playoff spot heading into the final stretch of the season.


New jerseys for us in New Jersey

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On Sunday night, Hall's OHL club, the Windsor Spitfires, held a special ceremony for the Devils winger as they retired Hall's No. 4 ahead of their game against the Erie Otters

Hall recorded 123 goals and 157 assists for 280 points in 183 games and sits third on the team's all-time points list. 


Big thanks to @spitshockey for today. An honour to have my number retired!

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The Calgary, Alberta native's No. 4 is the seventh number to be retired by the Spitfires, but he's technically the 10th player to have his number retired by the team as No. 9 is shared by Adam Graves and Bill Bowler, while No. 14 is shared by Steve Ott, Adam Henrique and Ed Jovanovski.

(H/T Twitter/SpitsHockey)