Hall, out since Oct. 22 with a knee injury, has been cleared to play by the Edmonton medical staff.
"When they told me I'd be out four weeks you always think you can get back a little sooner," Hall said. "You never know what is going to happen with that process but I had a feeling I'd be back sooner than that. You never know how you're going to come back from an injury but I feel good enough to play, so it's time to play."
Hall said he'll be wearing a knee brace for the remainder of the season.
"It's fine," he said. "It's a little clunky but it feels good on my knee."
The addition of Hall to the lineup was welcome news to Edmonton coach Dallas Eakins.
"That gives us some more depth up front," Eakins said. "The thing I like about Hall early is that he is always in the fight. He competes hard and he wants to be the best player on the ice so there has been a number of nights where the players on the bench and the guys behind the bench were looking for No. 4 but he wasn't available to us."
The Lightning, meanwhile, look to continue their dominance of the Western Conference as they complete a two-game homestand.
This will be the second consecutive opponent from the West for Tampa Bay; they beat the St. Louis Blues on Saturday to improve to 5-0-0 against the West.
"We look at the Western Conference, it's like getting that extra piece of candy on Halloween," Lightning coach Jon Cooper said. "You want it. You're full but you still want it because it tastes so good."
The Oilers, however, could be a difficult piece of candy for the Lightning to swallow, considering that all four of their wins have come against the Eastern Conference and they'll be bolstered by the return of Hall.
Here are how the lineups could look for the Oilers and Lightning:
Injured: Tom Pyatt (collarbone)