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Pens Fall To Ducks, 2-1

Jordan Staal’s goal at 6:27 in the first period put the Penguins up 1-0. However, that was the Penguins’ only goal for the night.


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Staal Expected To Return Saturday

Penguins center Jordan Staal will be back in action after suffering a knee injury last month. Staal collided with former teammate and New York Ranger Mike Rupp on January 6 and he has been out of commission since.


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Staal Bloodied But OK In Practice

(93-7 The FAN) — Injured Penguins Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal, Simon Despres and Arron Asham all skated in practice Thursday.

93-7 The Fan–02/10/2012

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Crosby, Staal and Despres Practice With Full Team

(93-7 The FAN) — Injured Penguins Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal and Simon Despres skated with the full team for Tuesday’s morning skate in Montreal.

93-7 The Fan–02/07/2012

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Pens’ Analyst Jay Caufield: “Fleury Putting Team On His Back”

ROOT Sports hockey analyst Jay Caufield joined The Fan Morning Show Wednesday.

93-7 The Fan–01/25/2012

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Penguins: Neal Out With Broken Foot, Staal Out 4-6 Weeks

The injuries just keep on coming for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Following a practice this morning, the team released injury updates on several players including top forwards Jordan Staal and James Neal.


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Devils’ 3-1 Win Sends Pens To 4th Straight Loss

The injury situation continues to handicap the Pittsburgh Penguins. In addition to missing both Sidney Crosby and Kris Letang, the team also had to play Saturday night without Jordan Staal and their goal drought continued against the New Jersey Devils.


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Staal Out Of Lineup Against Devils

Jordan Staal will be out of the Penguins’ lineup tonight when the New Jersey Devils skate into CONSOL Energy Center.


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Pens Fall To Rangers, 3-1

The Penguins were unable to cool down the red-hot Rangers, losing 3-1 Friday night at CONSOL Energy Center. New York’s Henrik Lundqvist had 37 saves.


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Pens Lose To Flyers, 4-2

Former Penguins Jaromir Jagr and Max Talbot both scored as the Pens lost to the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2 at the CONSOL Energy Center Thursday night.


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Penguins Top Hurricanes, 4-2

The Penguins rallied to beat the Carolina Hurricanes, 4-2 Tuesday night. Jordan Staal, James Neal, Steve Sullivan and Pascal Dupuis all netted goals.


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Pens Ground Jets, 4-1

Chris Kunitz had two assists and James Neal scored his 20th goal as the Penguins beat the Winnipeg Jets, 4-1 Friday night.


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Staal, Malkin Return To Practice

(93-7 The FAN) — Forwards Jordan Staal and Evgeni Malkin returned to practice for the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday.

93-7 The Fan–12/23/2011

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Lovejoy Close To Returning

(93-7 The FAN) — The Pittsburgh Penguins could potentially have defenseman Ben Lovejoy back and healthy tonight when Chicago visits the Consol Energy Center.

93-7 The Fan–12/20/2011

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Staal, Vitale Game-Time Decisions

(93-7 The FAN) — Penguins forwards Jordan Staal and Joe Vitale will be game-time decisions for tonight’s game at Ottawa, coach Dan Bylsma said after Thursday’s practice.

93-7 The Fan–12/16/2011