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ERIC STAAL RUMORS & GOSSIP

E. Staal's big third period lifts Hurricanes past Stars

DALLAS -- Eric Staal had two third-period goals and an assist to lead the Carolina Hurricanes over the Dallas Stars 6-4 on Tuesday night. Carolina overcame a 2-0 deficit with four second-period goals. The last of those chased Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen from the game. He stopped 12 of 16 shots in nearly 36 minutes on the ice. The Hurricanes franchise had not won in regulation at Dallas...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Eric Staal scores pair, helps Hurricanes beat Stars to snap skid

  Eric Staal had two third-period goals and an assist to lead the Carolina Hurricanes over the Dallas Stars 6-4 on Tuesday night. Carolina overcame a 2-0 deficit with four second-period goals. The last of those chased Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen from the game. He stopped 12 of 16 shots in nearly 36 minutes on the ice. The Hurricanes franchise had not won in regulation at Dallas since...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Staal helps Hurricanes beat Stars 6-4 to snap skid

DALLAS (AP) Eric Staal had two third-period goals and an assist to lead the Carolina Hurricanes over the Dallas Stars 6-4 on Tuesday night. Carolina overcame a 2-0 deficit with four second-period goals. The last of those chased Stars goalie Kari Lehtonen from the game. He stopped 12 of 16 shots in nearly 36 minutes on the ice. The Hurricanes franchise had not won in regulation at...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Rumors: Eric Staal hopes to remain

Eric Staal has been the subject of trade rumors since the start of the season. Now reports suggest that Staal has no interest in leaving Carolina.#482959287 / gettyimages.comElliotte Friedman told Sports Net 960 about a conversation that he had with Staal, "I had a chance to talk to Eric Staal on Friday... Staal said to me that he met with Ron Francis in the summer and talked...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes activate captain Eric Staal from injured reserve

  The Carolina Hurricanes have activated captain Eric Staal from injured reserve. The team made the announcement Tuesday, about six hours before their game at Vancouver. Staal suffered an unspecified upper-body injury during the Hurricanes' second game of the season on Oct. 11. He has missed the last five contests. He had one goal and one assist in those two games. To make room...
Via AP on Fox
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Hurricanes Injury Update: Eric Staal to return to the lineup Tuesday night

The Carolina Hurricanes will be getting a boost on the top line as forward, and team captain, Eric Staal will return to the lineup after missing five games with an upper-body injury, as reported by Michael Smith on the team's official website.#482959287 / gettyimages.comStaal has played in just two games this season before getting injured on October 11 against the New York Rangers...
Via Sports Injury Alert
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Staal trade rumors are kind of pointless

We’re about a half-dozen games into the NHL season, so you know what that means: time to get the rumor mill going! The focus of most of the trade rumors these days shouldn’t come as a surprise. You see, Eric Staal is a nearly-30-year-old center on the downturn with a huge contract, so naturally everyone is talking about him getting traded out of Carolina. There just seems to...
Via Sports-Glory
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Staal on Cheerios Olympic box despite not making Team Canada

Somebody should go ahead and tell the fine folk over at General Mills that one of their special edition Olympics boxes of Cheerios probably should have never hit the shelves. That box is one that prominently features Canadian-born hockey player Eric Staal on the back, despite the fact that he didn’t make Team Canada’s ice hockey roster for the upcoming Sochi games. Staal, who...
Via Next Impulse Sports
January 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Eric Staal Suffers Brutal Knee Injury At World Championships

Eric Staal’s NHL season was cut short as the Carolina Hurricanes didn’t make it to the postseason. Staal went on to play in the IIHF World Championship, serving as the captain for Team Canada. In a game against Sweden on Thursday, Staal collided knee-on-knee with Vancouver Canucks defenseman and Swede, Alex Edler. From the video footage (which can be viewed here), you can see...
Via Next Impulse Sports
May 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Staal finding old form in win over Sharks

RALEIGH, N.C. --- Eric Staal is back. Actually, the Carolina Hurricanes' star never went anywhere, but the level of play that had become his norm took a three-month hiatus to begin this season. But finally, Staal is playing like the All-Star he has been for most of his eight-year NHL career. That level continued Friday night in the Hurricanes' 3-2 victory over the San...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
February 17, 2012  |  Discuss
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