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Apr 26, 2022 0 0 -2 1 -1.5
Apr 24, 2022 0 1 1 2 3
Apr 23, 2022 0 0 1 0 1
Apr 21, 2022 1 0 0 3 3
Apr 16, 2022 2 0 1 5 7

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2021 106.56.3 17 19 36 11 16:37
2020 115.57.2 16 22 38 2 18:29
2019 799.9 8 19 27 3 17:30
3y Avg. 927.7 12 19 31 4 18:02
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Deals shorthanded helper

    Staal notched a shorthanded assist, four hits and two shots on goal in Thursday's 3-1 win over the Rangers in Game 5. Staal worked a give-and-go with Vincent Trocheck, who tallied the opening goal shorthanded at 12:57 of the first period. While he hasn't done much scoring in the playoffs, Staal has assists in two of the last three games. The 33-year-old center is up to six points, 14 shots on net, 45 hits and a plus-3 rating through 12 postseason contests in a third-line role.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Pockets assist in loss

    Staal notched an assist and two hits in Sunday's 3-1 loss to the Rangers in Game 3. Staal set up a Nino Niederreiter goal in the second period, which was all the Hurricanes could muster against Igor Shesterkin. The helper was Staal's first point in the second round after he posted four points in seven games against the Bruins. The veteran center has added nine shots on net, 38 hits and a plus-3 rating in 10 playoff contests.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Two-point game not enough

    Staal had a goal and an assist in Sunday's 5-2 Game 4 loss to the Bruins. Staal set up Brett Pesce for the game's first goal in the first period and gave Carolina a 2-1 lead by finishing off a pretty Nino Niederreiter feed from behind the net in the second, but it was all Boston after that. Staal has a goal and two assists through four games in this series, which is tied at two games apiece heading into Game 5 in Carolina on Tuesday.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Suiting up for series opener

    Staal is in the projected lineup for Monday's Game 1 against Boston. Staal got the night off Thursday to rest his 33-year-old legs in the regular-season finale, but he's back in the lineup for the first game of the playoffs. Carolina's captain will return to his customary spot as the third-line center.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Resting Thursday

    Staal (rest) will not play in Carolina's season finale Thursday against the Devils. Multiple Hurricanes will sit out Thursday in advance of the postseason, as they've already locked up the No. 1 seed. Staal finishes his 2021-22 campaign with 17 goals -- his most since 2017-18 -- and 36 points in 78 games. Perhaps most impressively, the Thunder Bay, Ontario native dished out a whopping personal-best 212 hits in his age-33 season.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Should play Thursday

    Coach Rod Brind'Amour is "hoping and assuming" Staal, who's dealing with an upper-body injury, will be able to play Thursday against Winnipeg, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Staal missed Monday's win over Arizona with an upper-body issue, but his absence will presumably be limited to one contest. The 33-year-old forward has been red hot recently, having racked up eight goals and 10 points through his last seven appearances, so assuming he plays, he'll be an excellent option in daily fantasy contests against the Jets.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Considered day-to-day

    Staal (upper body) was labeled day-to-day by coach Rod Brind'Amour and won't be available versus Arizona on Monday, Sara Civian of The Athletic reports. Staal's absence will be compounded by the fact that Jesperi Kotkaniemi (undisclosed) is also unavailable against the Yotes. As such, Steven Lorentz of Derek Stepan will likely be slotted into the third-line center role alongside Nino Niederreiter and Jesper Fast. While Staal's power-play numbers have drastically dropped off (just two points this season compared to 14 the year prior), he remains a decent fantasy asset after reaching the 30-point mark for the 12th time in his NHL career.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Can't finish contest

    Staal (undisclosed) was hurt in the third period of Saturday's game versus the Avalanche, Walt Ruff of the Hurricanes' official site reports. Staal scored two goals in the 7-4 loss, but he was hurt on a hit by Cale Makar in the third period. If Staal is forced to miss time, Steven Lorentz or Derek Stepan would likely enter the lineup in a bottom-six role. The Hurricanes' next game is Monday versus the Coyotes.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Nets hat trick versus Ducks

    Staal scored three goals on six shots and went plus-2 in Sunday's 5-2 win over the Ducks. Staal scored 5:07 into the game and added a pair of third-period tallies, including an empty-netter, to complete the hat trick. The Hurricanes' captain has three multi-point efforts in his last four games, doubling his season total in quick order. For the season, he's at 13 goals, 31 points, 132 shots on net, 200 hits and a plus-11 rating through 71 appearances.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Productive against Buffalo

    Staal potted two goals in Thursday's 5-3 win over the Sabres. After a 14-game stretch during which he notched just three points, facing the Sabres has helped Staal rediscover his offensive game. He dished out two assists in Tuesday's loss to Buffalo, then one-upped that performance in this win two nights later. The goals were his first since Staal scored twice against the Penguins on March 4 in the game preceding his aforementioned stretch of three points in 14 appearances.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Two helpers Tuesday

    Staal picked up two assists in Tuesday's 4-2 loss to the Sabres. The Hurricanes' top two lines were help in check, leaving the third line of Staal, Jesper Fast and Nino Niederreiter to carry the scoring load. It was a rare burst of offense from the veteran center, as Staal has zero goals and five helpers over his last 15 games.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Lights lamp twice Friday

    Staal scored two goals in Friday's 3-2 overtime win over the Penguins. Facing the team he spent the first six seasons of his career with, Staal put together a classic revenge game, digging the Hurricanes out of an early 2-0 hole with tallies in the second and third periods. The 33-year-old is proving he can still contribute something offensively, and despite his checking-line placement, Staal has managed six goals and 10 points over the last 12 games -- an impressive showing for a player who didn't score any goals in the months of November, December and January.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Two points in blowout win

    Staal recorded a goal and an assist in Thursday's 6-0 win over the Bruins. Staal's production didn't come until the game was out of reach, but points are points. He assisted on Carolina's fourth goal, scored by Brett Pesce, then added his third goal of the season to round out the scoring with 4:36 remaining.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Hits up, scoring down

    Staal was held off the scoresheet during Saturday's 2-1 win over the Devils, but he dished out a season-high eight hits. Staal is a bottom-six player for the Canes these days, currently centering the third line between Nino Niederreiter and Jesper Fast. Not surprisingly, his scoring has really fallen off in the past few seasons. With just 11 points in 39 games (2G, 9A), he will be lucky to hit the 25-point mark at his current pace. However, Staal does currently rank in the league's top 20 in hits, (120 in 39 games), so he could represent a glimmer of value for you if your league counts that stat category.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Snaps long point drought

    Staal notched a power-play assist and two shots on goal in Friday's 6-3 win over the Flames. Staal helped out on Andrei Svechnikov's third-period marker that produced the final score in the contest. The 33-year-old Staal had gone without a point in his last 10 games dating back to Nov. 28. The 33-year-old has struggled a bit this season with nine points, 55 shots on net, 82 hits and a minus-1 rating through 30 outings. Without a better showing on offense, Staal is unlikely to play in more than a third-line role.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Exits COVID-19 protocols

    Staal has exited the COVID-19 protocols and was spotted in practice Sunday, according to Chip Alexander of The Raleigh News & Observer. Staal was one of five Carolina players that exited the COVID-19 protocols this weekend. The fact that he was able to skate Sunday is certainly a good sign for his availability ahead of Thursday's game against Montreal.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Joins COVID-19 list

    Staal was placed in COVID-19 protocols Tuesday. Staal and several other teammates are currently stuck in COVID-19 protocols, resulting in the postponement of Tuesday's contest against the Wild. As of now, the team is still set to play Detroit on Thursday. It's unclear if Staal had a positive test or if he is just on the list as a close-contact precaution.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Adds assist in Saturday win

    Staal registered his seventh point of the season with an assist in Saturday's 5-4 win over the Kings. Staal jumped out to a great start this season with two goals and three assists in his first seven games, but has cooled off considerably since then -- Saturday's helper was just his second point in his last nine games. He continues to skate mainly in a checking-line role centering the Canes' third line, which significantly lowers his fantasy value compared to previous seasons.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Hands out assist

    Staal registered an assist, four shots on goal and two PIM in Friday's 2-1 loss to the Flyers. Staal helped out on Steven Lorentz's second-period tally. The helper snapped a four-game drought for Staal, who has cooled off dramatically after notching five points through the first seven games this season. The veteran center has two goals, four helpers, 26 shots on net, eight PIM, 31 hits and a plus-6 rating in 12 outings overall.
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  • Hurricanes' Jordan Staal: Four points in four games

    Staal scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-1 win over Columbus. Staal now has four points (one goal, three assists) in four games this season. His goal came on the power play, where he played 3:39 on Saturday. Staal is coming off his best scoring season -- he delivered at a 59-point pace over a projected full season and was prolific on the power play (14 points in 53 games in 2020-21). At 33, you don't expect a sustained upswing in output from NHLers, but Staal has picked up right where he left off. And that means he will have sneaky fantasy value this season if he keeps rolling.
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