Although Stall was expected to return to his junior team in Peterborough after nine games, Ray Shero decided to keep the 18-year-old center because of the player's contribution to the Pittsburgh Penguins' recent victories.
Jordan Stall managed to score four goals in nine games and is now one of the supporters' favorite players.
"Jordan has earned a spot on our roster. We all knew about his skill level when we drafted him, but his work ethic, maturity and consistent effort have enabled him to make what normally is a difficult transition for a teenager," stated Pittsburgh Penguins general manager, Ray Shero.
If Jordan Stall was sent to his junior team he could have rejoined the Pittsburgh Penguins next season.
Stall is expected to start the tenth game as part of the Pittsburgh Penguins team on November 1st, 2006, in Los Angeles.
However, Ray Shero had to give up 19-year-old defense Kristopher Letang, as the player will return to the junior league. Kristopher who is forced leaving the Pittsburg Penguins had two goals in seven games.
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