The Bruins' Taylor Hall loves the third line: "It's whatever's best for the team"
In pretty much some other group, Taylor Corridor would presumably wind up skating on the top line.
He would be essential for a group's second line in a couple of different cases.
That was at first the arrangement with the Bruins this season.
Yet, the previous No. 1 by and large pick and Hart Prize champ as of now consumes space on the third line - - and he doesn't care about it.
While it's not precisely the way things were arranged, with Corridor expected to agree with David Krejci and David Pastrnak on the second line before the season,
That is the means by which things have shaken out on account of the desirous profundity all over the Bruins list.
Corridor has been made tentative arranges for at the left wing spot close to Charlie Coyle and Trent Frederic on Boston's third line,
and he's likewise been knock down to Boston's No. 2 show of dominance unit.