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Adam Hall  #18

Philadelphia Flyers  Right Wing
NUMBER: 18 BIRTHDATE: August 14, 1980  (AGE 33)
HEIGHT: 6' 2" BIRTHPLACE: Kalamazoo, MI, United States
WEIGHT: 212 DRAFTED: NSH / 1999 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Right ROUND: 2nd   (52nd overall)

REGULAR SEASON GAME LOG

 GAP+/-PIMPPGSHGSS%ShiftsTOIFO%
Apr 25 '13 NYI @ PHI000000010.01411:30100.00
Apr 23 '13 BOS @ PHI000100002112:3957.14
Apr 20 '13 PHI @ CAR000000020.0149:51100.00
Apr 18 '13 NJD @ PHI00000000128:0460.00
Apr 16 '13 NYR @ PHI000000010.02012:0054.55
Apr 15 '13 PHI @ MTL000-100020.02114:5058.33
Apr 13 '13 PHI @ BUF000000020.0127:4833.33
Apr 11 '13 OTT @ PHI000-100010.02112:4766.67
Apr 9 '13 PHI @ NYI000000030.0138:3460.00
Apr 6 '13 PHI @ WPG000-100030.0199:3414.29
Apr 4 '13 PHI @ TOR000100001913:0950.00
Mar 28 '13 CAR @ TOR00000000189:38100.00
Mar 26 '13 WPG @ CAR00000000139:070.00
Mar 21 '13 NJD @ CAR000000002011:330.00
Mar 19 '13 FLA @ CAR000000030.01210:26
Mar 18 '13 CAR @ NYR000000001912:4350.00
Mar 16 '13 CAR @ TBL000-20000149:380.00
Mar 14 '13 NYI @ TBL00000000139:1566.67
Mar 5 '13 TBL @ NJD011100010.01711:4166.67
Mar 4 '13 TBL @ PIT00000000107:2916.67
Feb 24 '13 TBL @ PIT00005000128:5022.22
Feb 23 '13 TBL @ CAR011100030.01611:3950.00
Feb 21 '13 BOS @ TBL000000020.0117:1571.43
Feb 16 '13 TBL @ FLA000-10000168:1466.67
Feb 14 '13 WSH @ TBL000000010.01410:2260.00
Feb 12 '13 MTL @ TBL000000001810:37100.00
Feb 10 '13 TBL @ NYR00000000138:3577.78
Feb 7 '13 TBL @ NJD00012000148:2844.44
Feb 5 '13 TBL @ PHI000000020.0149:0666.67
Feb 2 '13 NYR @ TBL000-100001610:2263.64
Feb 1 '13 WPG @ TBL000020001811:5657.14
Jan 29 '13 FLA @ TBL000000020.01811:3657.14
Jan 27 '13 PHI @ TBL011100010.02214:0958.33
Jan 25 '13 OTT @ TBL0000120010.02413:3050.00
Jan 22 '13 TBL @ CAR000020001710:1735.29
Jan 21 '13 TBL @ NYI011100010.0149:4780.00
Jan 19 '13 WSH @ TBL000000020.01912:4262.50

I've been getting frustrated lately, and the only thing keeping me sane was the team winning and other people stepping up and scoring. Then you just kind of let it go and realize you can end the series with one shot, that frustration goes away for a brief moment, and that's what happened.

— Montreal forward Max Pacioretty after scoring the series-winner in Game 4 -- his first career playoff goal -- to eliminate the Lightning and send the Canadiens into the second round