|BIRTHPLACE:||Calgary, AB, CAN|
|DRAFTED:||EDM: 2010-1 overall|
Appeared in 61 games with the Oilers recording career-high 53 points (27G, 26A), and 36 PIM...2nd in team scoring...2nd on team in goals...1st on team in PPG (13)...1st on team in GWG (7)... had 13 multi-point games...recorded an assist in the Oilers season opener on GTG...had 2 assists on Oct. 15 vs VAN...scored GWG and added assist on Oct. 25 vs VAN...recorded his 2nd career hat trick on Nov. 19 vs CHI...had two assists on Nov. 22 @ NSH...collected a goal and assist on Nov. 25 @ MIN... left game on Nov. 26 @ COL with shoulder injury...played first game since Nov. 26 and had 2 goals on Dec. 15 @ PHX...had an unsuccessful penalty shot on Dec. 22 vs MIN (Backstrom)...had a goal and assist on Dec. 29 @ MIN...led the team with a goal, assist, 5 shots, 3 takeaways and named 1st star on Jan. 2 @ CHI...had a goal and assist on Jan. 24 @ VAN...had a career high 4 points (1G, 3A) and +4 on Feb. 2 vs CHI...had a goal, assist and 9 shots on goal on Feb. 21 @ CGY...recorded his 50th point on Mar. 8 vs MTL...scored his 25th goal on Mar. 8 @ COL...left game on Mar. 16 vs CGY with concussion symptoms...did not return for rest of season due to shoulder surgery.
Appeared in 65 games with the Oilers recording 42 points (22G, 20A), -9 and 27 PIM...T-2nd in team scoring...1st on team in goals...1st on team in PPG (8)...2nd on team in GWG (4)... finished the season 8th in rookie scoring...4th in rookie goals and 1st amongst rookie forwards for time on ice (18:12)...played in his first NHL game on Oct. 7 vs. CGY...was held scoreless with 2 PIM and 16:59 ice time... collected his 1st NHL point (assist on Shawn Horcoff GWG) on Oct. 10 vs. FLA...scored his 1st NHL goal (and added an assist) on Oct. 28 @ CBJ... had a goal and assist and named 1st star on Oct. 29 @ CHI...scored the lone goal (1st at Rexall Place) on Nov. 5 vs. DET...scored a goal, had 6 shots on net and was 2nd star on Nov. 21 @ ANA...had goal (GWG) and assist and named 1st star on Nov. 25 vs. COL...posted his 1st two-goal game and was +3 on Dec. 2 @ TOR...scored the OT goal on Dec. 4 vs. STL...named NHL 3rd Star last week...posted three assists and was +3 on Dec. 16 vs. CBJ...scored a goal and added an assist and was +3 on Jan. 13 @ SJ... recorded his 1st career hat trick (natural hat trick) on Feb. 19 vs. ATL...had a “Gordie Howe Hat Trick” with a goal, assist, fight and +2 on Mar. 3 vs. CBJ...also left the game with an ankle injury and missed the remainder of the season.
Appeared in 57 games with the Windsor Spitfires helping them capture their second consecutive Memorial Cup...had 106 points (40G,66A) which was tied for 1st in OHL scoring race...T-2nd for points in the CHL...won Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as Memorial Cup’s most valuable player...first player in history to win the award twice in a row...won Ed Chynoweth as leading scorer in Memorial Cup with nine points (5G,4A)...selected by the Oilers with Edmonton’s first-ever number one overall draft pick.
Finished the season with 90 points (38G,52A) in 63 games...helped Windsor win the Memorial Cup scoring 36 points in the playoffs (16G,20A)...was awarded the Wayne Gretzky 99 Award as Playoff MVP...scored the game winning overtime goal in the fifth and deciding game of the OHL Finals against the Brampton Battalion to clinch the title...won Stafford Smythe Memorial Trophy as Memorial Cup’s most valuable player...2007-08: Hall made his OHL debut in 2007–08, scoring a team-high 45 goals and adding 39 assists for 84 points...was third in team scoring...in March, he was named OHL player of the week twice (March 3 and March 10)...was named OHL and CHL Rookie of the Year after the season.
Represented Canada at the 2008 IIHF U18 Championship in Kazan, Russia...was 5th in tournament scoring with nine points in seven games helping Canada to Gold...also won Gold with Canada at the 2008 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament in Slovakia... made Canada’s national junior team for 2010 World Junior Championship in Saskatchewan...helped Canada to silver medal...finished 3rd in overall scoring with 12 points (6G,6A) in 12 games.