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Bruins sign forward Curtis Hall to entry-level contract

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The Blueblood dawns Black and Gold!

Harvard vs Yale Men’s Hockey Staff Photo By Matt Stone/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald

The Bruins announced just a few minutes ago that they signed Yale Bulldogs forward Curtis Hall to a 3-year Entry Level Contract worth $925,000 against the cap.

The 2018 4th Rounder at 6’3 and a few pounds shy of 200 pounds definitely projects the image of a prototypical Bruins forward combined with a strong shot, and as a result had a pretty good pair of years with Yale: starting with an 11 point in 24 game freshman year that blossomed into a 27 point in 28 game sophomore year, that was cut short because...well...you know why.

Naturally, with no Ivy league sports for him to return to, Hall decided that turning pro was the best option, heading to the Providence Bruins for this year’s season. Regrettably, he’s currently nursing a lower body injury, so he’s only played one game for the Baby B’s so far.

Rest up, get healthy, and welcome Curtis Hall officially to the Black and Gold!