According to a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette report, center Jordan Staal
has experienced some difficulty with his right foot and will be re-evaluated next week to see if he will be ready to participate in training camp.
Penguins general manager Ray Shero
said the tendon on the top of Staal's foot that was cut April 30 is strong, but that there are other issues hindering Staal.
"This is a matter of whether he will be ready for training camp and then, if not, when can he go hard," Shero told the paper.