Jordan Staal

#11 C / Carolina Hurricanes / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 lb Age: 27 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Earns three points Friday

    Staal scored a goal and earned two assists in Friday's 5-3 win over Winnipeg. He also skated to a plus-3. Staal was a major catalyst in the Canes' four-goal outburst in the first half of the first period, picking up two of his three points on the night in a span of 1:28. Nine of his 30 points this year have come in the last eight games, so he may be worth a waiver-wire acquisition while he's rolling.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Notches OT game-winner Thursday vs. Maple Leafs

    Staal scored the game-winning goal in overtime Thursday as the Hurricanes downed the Maple Leafs 1-0. It was his third game-winner of the season, and second in his last six games. With 23 points in 48 games this season, Staal is performing pretty much as expected, on pace for roughly a 40-point campaign. He'd be much more productive on just about any other team, of course, but the Hurricanes are one of the lowest-scoring squads in the league, meaning Staal doesn't have much to work with in terms of a supporting cast.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Nets winner in OT

    Staal netted the game-winning goal in a 4-3 overtime win over Columbus on Saturday night. The points extended his current goal and point streak to three games (three goals, three assists). It's been a sweet run for this shutdown defender and PK specialist. Staal could be more offensively, but he is so focused on the other side of the puck that he's willing to sacrifice scoring to do exactly what his team needs. He's on track for another 40-point season, but that barely hits the register in most leagues where Staal only qualifies at center. The position is just so deep that there are other cheaper and easier options to fill your roster spots.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Records two points in loss

    Staal had a hand in both of Carolina's goals Wednesday, scoring one and assisting on the other. Staal's eight goals through 41 games are already two better than last season's total in 46, but his point production has slipped slightly. He isn't surrounded by much offensive talent despite playing on the second line, so multi-point performances like this one are going to be hard to come by.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Struggling to generate offense

    Staal failed to crack the scoresheet for the fourth straight game Tuesday against the Devils, giving him just 14 points in 37 games so far this season. Staal is currently centering the Canes' second line between wingers Andrej Nestrasil and Joakim Nordstrom, who have combined for just 17 points this season, so a lack of quality linemates is certainly part of the problem for Staal thus far.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Nets power-play goal against Pittsburgh

    Staal powered past the defense to score the opening goal against the Penguins on Saturday. Staal has been writing himself onto the scoresheet recently, scoring four points in his last five contests. However, the 27-year-old is having a hot and cold season, playing well for stretches, then completely vanishing, including two pointless streaks of at least seven games. The center will have a tough test against Washington on Monday.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Two-point night Wednesday

    Staal picked up a goal and an assist Wednesday night, helping the Hurricanes to a 4-1 win over the Oilers. Staal carried a seven-game pointless skid into Wednesday's contest, but during the first period, the 27-year-old fought hard for the puck behind the net and swung around to beat Anders Nilsson for his fourth goal of the season. He would later add a secondary assist on an empty-net goal by Andrej Nestrasil.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Goal in three straight

    Staal netted the game winner in overtime Saturday to lift the Hurricanes to a 3-2 win over the Senators. He also had an assist. It's Staal's third straight game with a goal after going 11 to start the season without. He's a diligent, but unspectacular pivot on a bad team. And while his shooting percentage is substantially lower than his career average, Staal isn't about to become an offensive stud any time soon.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Notches first goal of season vs. Bolts

    Staal recorded his first goal of the season during Sunday's 4-3 loss to Tampa Bay. Make no mistake - Staal has not looked good so far this year. Prior to Sunday's goal, he had just two assists in 11 games and was held off the scoresheet for nine straight games to start the season. In fairness, Staal is not seeing the same amount of ice time per game compared to last season (16:35 vs. 18:33), however he's still centering the team's second line. With three points in his last three games, hopefully this is a sign he has turned the corner.

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    Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Gets first two assists of season Thursday

    Staal scored his first two points of the season Thursday, a pair of assists in a 3-2 overtime win against the Islanders. It was Staal's best outing of the season, as he set up Ron Hainsey's game-winning goal in overtime with some nice sauce. Staal finished plus-2 with five shots in 18:29 of ice time. The Hurricanes don't have much talent to surround Staal and brother Eric with, so chances are these games will come few and far between.

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