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Marc Staal spoke with ESPN's Pierre LeBrun today at the Canadian Olympic Orientation Camp. His statements are the clearest indication and support what others including GM Glen Sather has been staying that Staal is 100%, which includes his eye injured by a puck last April against the Penguins. Assuming this is true, and I have no real reason to doubt it, based on the quote below, this makes the Ran...
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