The surname Staal may refer to:

  • Abraham Staal, (1752–1804), Dutch Mennonite teacher and political activist
  • Boele Staal (born 1947), Dutch politician
  • Eric Staal (born 1984), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Ede Staal (born 1941), Dutch singer-songwriter
  • Flossie Wong-Staal (born 1947), American virologist and molecular biologist
  • Frits Staal (born 1930), Dutch professor
  • Jared Staal (born 1990), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Jesper Staal (born 1972), Danish sprint canoer
  • Jonas Staal, Dutch artist
  • Jordan Staal (born 1988), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Kim Staal (born 1978), Danish ice hockey player
  • Marc Staal (born 1987), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Marguerite De Launay, Baronne Staal (1684–1750), French author
  • Pierre Gustave Eugene Staal (1817–1882), French artist and draughtsman
  • Viktor Staal (1909–1982), Austrian actor.

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Other articles related to "staal":

Abraham Staal
... Abraham Jacobsz Staal (1752 - April 5, 1804) was a Dutch Mennonite teacher at Goes (1779), Bolsward (1787) and Leeuwarden (1788) who combined sermons with revolution ... Staal studied in Amsterdam until 1778 his fellow students were Wijbo Fijnje and François Adriaan van der Kemp ... On 8 May 1787, Staal accepted an appointment as a teacher in Bolsward, and also from Dokkum ...
Staal - See Also
... Stahl This page or section lists people with the surname Staal ... If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link ...
Marc Staal - NHL Career
... On October 4, 2007, Staal made his NHL debut for the New York Rangers, and head coach Tom Renney, who would use him in that first season primarily in a defensive role ... Capitals on November 1, 2007, when Chris Drury deflected his shot in for a goal, giving Staal an assist ... Staal scored his first NHL goal on November 14, 2007, against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center ...
Marc Staal - Early Career
... Staal grew up playing minor hockey in his hometown of Thunder Bay, ON and was a minor hockey teammate of future NHL'ers Tom Pyatt, Ryan Parent and Taylor Chorney with ... Staal played junior hockey from 2003–2007 for the Sudbury Wolves in the Ontario Hockey League where he was the team's captain, and led the Wolves to their first trip to the OHL finals in 30 years ... Staal played for Team Canada in the 2006 and 2007 IIHF World Junior Ice Hockey Championships bringing home gold both times ...
Marc Staal - Playing Style
... Staal is an excellent skater and defender ... Defensively, Staal is an adept shot blocker, and penalty killer ... Staal is also known for his hard open-ice body checks ...