|Apr. 9 3:44 PM PT4:44 PM MT5:44 PM CT6:44 PM ET22:44 GMT6:44 AM 北京时间3:44 PM MST5:44 PM EST2:44 UAE (+1)18:44 ET7:44 BRT - Staal departed Saturday's win over Detroit in the second period with an upper-body injury.
Analysis: Coach Alain Vigneault called Staal's absence precautionary and the veteran center doesn't seem to be in danger of missing the start of next week's playoffs.
|Mar. 7 2:47 PM PT3:47 PM MT4:47 PM CT5:47 PM ET22:47 GMT6:47 AM 北京时间3:47 PM MST5:47 PM EST2:47 UAE (+1)17:47 ET7:47 BRT - Staal registered his first two points as a Ranger with a goal and an assist in Sunday's loss to the Islanders.
Analysis: The veteran center was held off the scoresheet in his first three games since last week's trade from Carolina. Staal isn't having a vintage season, as he's produced a pedestrian 11 goals and 24 assists in 67 games.
|Feb. 28 10:11 AM PT11:11 AM MT12:11 PM CT1:11 PM ET18:11 GMT2:11 AM 北京时间11:11 AM MST1:11 PM EST22:11 UAE13:11 ET3:11 BRT - The New York Rangers have acquired Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal in a trade. In exchange for Staal, the Hurricanes acquired center Aleksi Saarela, who is currently playing in his native Finland, and New York's second-round selections in each of the next two drafts. The trade was reached Sunday about an hour before the Hurricanes played host to the St. Louis Blues, and a day before the NHL trade deadline.
Analysis: Staal had spent his entire 12-year career with the Hurricanes and is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, once the final year of his seven-year, $55.75 million contract expires. Staal has scored 30-plus goals five times in his career. He has 10 goals and 23 assists in 63 games this season.
|Feb. 24 9:15 AM PT10:15 AM MT11:15 AM CT12:15 PM ET17:15 GMT1:15 AM 北京时间10:15 AM MST12:15 PM EST21:15 UAE12:15 ET2:15 BRT - Staal snapped a 16-game goal drought with his score Tuesday.
Analysis: He has two goals in 23 games in 2016.
|Feb. 20 7:34 AM PT8:34 AM MT9:34 AM CT10:34 AM ET15:34 GMT11:34 PM 北京时间8:34 AM MST10:34 AM EST19:34 UAE10:34 ET1:34 BRT - Staal ended his pathetic drought Friday.
Analysis: Staal went seven games without a point before assisting on Jeff Skinner's first goal.
|Jan. 13 10:50 AM PT11:50 AM MT12:50 PM CT1:50 PM ET18:50 GMT2:50 AM 北京时间11:50 AM MST1:50 PM EST22:50 UAE13:50 ET4:50 BRT - Staal had a goal with an assist Tuesday.
Analysis: He has four points in three games.
|Dec. 30 2:08 PM PT3:08 PM MT4:08 PM CT5:08 PM ET22:08 GMT6:08 AM 北京时间3:08 PM MST5:08 PM EST2:08 UAE (+1)17:08 ET8:08 BRT - Staal had a big night with a pair of scores in Tuesday's 3-2 loss at New Jersey.
Analysis: Staal hadn't scored over his previous nine games. He now has seven goals and 15 assists on the season.
|Dec. 7 3:14 PM PT4:14 PM MT5:14 PM CT6:14 PM ET23:14 GMT7:14 AM 北京时间4:14 PM MST6:14 PM EST3:14 UAE (+1)18:14 ET9:14 BRT - Staal broke out of a scoring slump with a goal and an assist in Sunday's win over Arizona.
Analysis: The Carolina captain had gone 14 consecutive games since his last goal on Nov. 1.
|Oct. 17 8:12 AM PT9:12 AM MT10:12 AM CT11:12 AM ET15:12 GMT11:12 PM 北京时间8:12 AM MST10:12 AM EST19:12 UAE11:12 ET12:12 BRT - Staal had a goal with two assists Friday.
Analysis: He had one point in the first three games.
|Sep. 1 1:04 PM PT2:04 PM MT3:04 PM CT4:04 PM ET20:04 GMT4:04 AM 北京时间1:04 PM MST3:04 PM EST0:04 UAE (+1)16:04 ET5:04 BRT - Staal and Cam Ward aren't worrying now about their uncertain futures with the Carolina Hurricanes. Both players said Tuesday that they're keeping their focus on the things they can control on the ice.
Analysis: Staal will make $9.5 million in the last year of a seven-year deal he signed in September 2008.
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Mut recaps the Sox 8-2 loss to the Rockies.
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Lucy's parting shot after not taking the job is to attack Dino for how he treats producers.
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Ben and Russ preview the Champions League Final between Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid. Who we want to win, who we think will win, and why. We also talk about our wishes for the USMNT.
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