Coyotes shopping Taylor Hall with free agency approaching | Devils, Oilers seeking reunion?

The Devils have more cap space than all but two teams and one of their big needs is a goal-scoring winger to pair with young center Jack Hughes. They could use someone like Taylor Hall, who was traded away last winter to the Arizona Coyotes for a No. 1 pick and prospects.

Could Hall be back on the still-rebuilding Devils’ radar?

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Maybe, but a second marriage seems unlikely.

Hall will become a free agent at noon Friday when the market opens, and he’s expected to chase an opportunity to compete for Stanley Cups as much as big dollars.

In the meantime, the Coyotes are shopping Hall’s rights, TSN hockey insider Darren Dreger reported on Monday. If a deal goes down, it probably would be for a late-round conditional pick

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“Slippery Rock River Ranch is an absolutely amazing property,” said Errico. “There are few listings in the entire state of Colorado that

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