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Jared Staal

#22 Jared Staal

Position Right Wing
Height 6'4"
Weight 200
Shoots Right
Born Aug. 21, 1990
Birthplace Thunder Bay, Ontario
Drafted PHO 2008 (2nd, 49th)

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Sudbury OHL   63 2 1 3 18   21 1 0 1 2
2007-08 Sudbury OHL   60 21 28 49 44   - - - - -
2008-09 Sudbury OHL   67 19 33 52 38   6 0 1 1 2
  San Antonio AHL   5 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2009-10 Sudbury OHL   59 12 37 49 57   3 0 0 0 4
  San Antonio AHL   5 0 1 1 2   - - - - -
2010-11 Charlotte AHL   13 1 1 2 2   - - - - -
  Florida ECHL   33 6 5 11 6   - - - - -
2011-12 Charlotte AHL   37 3 3 6 18   - - - - -
  Providence AHL   7 0 2 2 2   - - - - -
2012-13 Charlotte AHL   52 4 3 7 25   3 0 0 0 0
  Carolina NHL   2 0 0 0 2   - - - - -
2013-14 Charlotte AHL   50 2 5 7 23   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   169 10 15 25 72   3 0 0 0 0
NHL TOTALS   2 0 0 0 2   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   204 16 20 36 80   3 0 0 0 0
Jared Staal
Is the younger brother of NHLers Eric, Marc and Jordan Staal ... Acquired from Phoenix by Carolina in exchange for a fifth-round draft choice on 5/13/10 ... Signed a one-year, two-way contract with Carolina on 7/3/14.

Personal

Growing up, favorite team was the Boston Bruins and favorite player was Joe Thornton ... Staal enjoys country music and artist Luke Bryan ... His favorite movie is Dumb And Dumber and his favorite TV shows is Breaking Bad ... Away from the rink, Staal likes to golf ... His favorite food is french toast and favorite team outside of hockey is the Toronto Blue Jays.

2013-14

Finished his fourth professional season and fourth with the Checkers … Tied his career high with seven points and set a new career highs with five assists and 60 shots on goal … Had the lone assist on Nicolas Blanchard's first goal of the season and posted a season-high, plus-2 rating at CHI (10/27) … Received his only major penalty of the season (charging) in the 8-1 loss vs. HER (11/14) … Had the primary assist on Keegan Lowe's first professional goal vs. RFD (11/24) … Returned to the lineup vs. TEX (1/2) after missing 11 games due to injury, but left the game early and went on to miss the next 14 … Returned to the lineup vs. ABB (2/15) after missing 25 of the previous 26 games due to injury … Assisted on Zach Boychuk's opening goal and tied his season high with three shots on goal at HER (3/1) … Notched his first goal of the season and first since 3/29/13 (33 games) on his only shot of the game in the 4-3 win at SA (3/9) … Picked up an assist vs. LE (3/15) … Tied his single-season career high of five assists with the helper on Boychuk's 30th goal of the season to open the scoring at IA (3/26) … Scored his second goal of the season to tie the game with 9:36 remaining in regulation of an eventual 5-4 shootout win vs. OKC (3/30) … Scored five of his seven points (2g, 3a) and was plus-6 in March (16 games) … Games missed due to injury: 25 (12/5-12/30; 1/3-2/9) … Missed one game as healthy extra (4/19).

2012-13

Completed his third full professional season, all with the Checkers, and made his NHL debut with Carolina … Set new career highs in games played (52), goals (4), points (7) and penalty minutes (25) at the AHL level, while tying his career high with three goals … When eligible (not suspended), played in all of Charlotte's games following the conclusion of the NHL lockout … Played in the Checkers' season opener at HOU (10/13) … Returned after sitting out seven games as a healthy extra and opened the scoring with a breakaway goal just 6:33 into the game at MIL (10/31) … Dropped the gloves with Mitchell Heard for his third career fighting major and first of the season vs. LE (12/7) … Had the primary assist on Sean Dolan's goal at OKC (1/11) … Took a season-high three shots on goal vs. NOR (1/20) and then equaled that mark in his next two games at NOR (1/23) and vs. ABB (1/25) … Scored his second goal of the season to pull the Checkers within one with 10:30 remaining in regulation vs. ABB (1/25) … Opened the scoring vs. SA with his third goal of the season (2/9) … Posted a season-high, plus-2 rating and assisted on Nicolas Blanchard's opening goal at CHI (2/14), giving him two points in his last three games and three in his last seven … Set a new career high with his fourth goal of the season vs. SA (3/29) … Assisted on Brody Sutter's goal vs. SA (3/30), giving him points in consecutive games for the first time in his career … Served a one-game suspension for boarding at CHI (4/13), ending a run of 37 consecutive games played – the longest of his career … Tied his season high with three shots on goal at PEO (4/16) … Recalled to the NHL for the first time on 4/24 … Made his NHL debut in Carolina's game vs. NYR (4/25), starting the game alongside brothers Eric and Jordan. They were the fourth trio of brothers to play for the same team in the same season in NHL history and first since Peter, Anton and Marian Stastny with Quebec in 1985 … Reassigned to Charlotte after Carolina's season to participate in the Calder Cup Playoffs … Made his professional playoff debut in Game 3 vs. OKC (5/1), recording a plus-1 rating … Sat out as a healthy extra for 23 regular-season games (10/14-10/28, 11/6, 11/17, 11/21, 11/24, 12/1-12/6, 12/14-12/28, 12/30-1/4) … Missed one game due to suspension (boarding: 4/13) … Longest point streak: 2 games (3/29-3/30: 1g, 1a).

2011-12

Completed his second professional season and second with the Checkers ... Played 44 games with Charlotte and Providence, spending the entire season at the AHL level for the first time ... Made his season debut vs. HOU (10/21) ...Recorded his first point of the season, an assist on Justin Soryal's goal at HOU (10/30) ... Opened the scoring with his first goal of the season at RFD (11/6) ... Assisted on Brett Sutter's goal and was plus-2 at OKC (11/12) ...Had a career-high seven penalty minutes, including his first career fight, at HOU (11/13) ...Scored the only power-play goal of his career and took a career-high six shots at SA (12/11) ...Recorded his first career game-winning goal at TEX (2/4) ...Dropped the gloves with Mark Cundari at PEO (2/11) ...Had the primary assist on A.J. Jenks' goal at CHI (2/19) ... Reassigned by the Carolina Hurricanes to Providence on 3/5 and finished the season with the Bruins ...Picked up an assist in his Providence debut vs. WBS (3/9).

2010-11

Completed his first full professional season, splitting the year between Charlotte (AHL) and Florida (ECHL)... Began the season with the Everblades in the ECHL, and netted his first professional goal vs. Trenton (11/24)...Earned his first AHL recall on 12/17 and netted his first AHL goal at Binghamton (12/18)...Earned his first assist with the Checkers vs. Worcester (4/9)... Did not appear in any of Charlotte's Calder Cup Playoff games.

2009-10

Joined San Antonio at the end of the junior season, earning his first professional point with an assist vs. Houston (4/8/10).

2008-09

Made his professional debut with San Antonio at the conclusion of the Wolves' season, skating in five games without earning a point... Made his AHL debut at Lake Erie (3/21).

Junior

Totaled 153 points (54g, 99a) in 249 regular-season games during a four-year Ontario Hockey League (OHL) career with Sudbury...Was selected by Sudbury in the first round (11th overall) in the OHL Priority Draft after totaling 49 points (24g, 25a) in 64 games with the AAA Thunder Bay Kings in 2005-06...Skated in 63 regular-season games and 21 playoff games as a rookie for Sudbury in 2006-07, scoring the game-winning goal for the Wolves in the 2007 OHL Conference Finals...Ranked second among Sudbury skaters in scoring with 49 points (21g, 28a) in 2007-08 and was selected to play in the OHL All-Star Classic...Scored a goal in the 2008 CHL Top Prospects Game... Ranked tied for fourth on the Wolves in scoring in 2008-09 with 52 points (19g, 33a) in 67 games... Led Sudbury in assists (37), totaling 49 points (12g, 37a) in 59 games during his final season of junior hockey in 2009-10.