Hall, who was traded with Bruins by Sabers ahead of the trade deadline, said Eichel believes surgery is the best way to recover from his neck injury.
“I know Jack is frustrated,” Hall said. Jack and I became good friends while in Buffalo. I support him and know he went through things with the medical staff there and in the end Jack has to worry about himself. There is a difference – he said – you will think about their interests and Jack has to do what is best for him. I know he has had an injury which he thinks can heal through surgery and there’s a little bit of disagreement about that, but I support Jack and he’s nothing but an amazing teammate and a very good friend I have played with. “
Eshel mentioned on Monday that he was there A “breakup” between him and Cypress on how to deal with his neck injury that ended his season. L’athlète âgé de 24 ans a également ouvert la porte à des spéculations au sujet de son avenir en ajoutant que: “le plus important est d’être en bonne santé et d’être prêt à jouer au hockey l’année prochaine, où whatever “.
Hall scored the winning goal in the Bruins ’3-2 win over New York Islanders Monday night, taking his tally to 8 goals and 14 points in 16 games since joining his new team. The 29-year-old winger had limited to two goals and 15 assists in 37 games for Sabers and he still doesn’t know why he has struggled so badly at Buffalo.
“There have been some really dark days this year in Buffalo,” Hall said. I haven’t really talked about the fact that I didn’t play well. I have no one else to blame but me. For me, it didn’t work. I had prepared, worked hard, but for some reason it wasn’t working. However, the chemistry was great in the locker room.
“When is the time for that The performerI didn’t do my job and I’m sure a lot of men would say the same. “
Cypress, who sacked coach Ralph Krueger in March, missed the qualifiers for the tenth year in a row this season.
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