Kim Staal is a Danish winger on Malmo.
Staal was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 1996, after scoring 24 goals and 44 points in his first full season with Malmo’s junior team in the SuperElit. He reamined with the Redhawks for the next few seasons, and had a breakout season in his 3rd year of play in the Elitserien, finishing with 16 goals and 31 points. He spent the next two years with Modo, where he set a career high with 37 points in 2001-02. He returned to Malmo in 2003, and played three more years with the Redhawks before attempting to make it in North America. He spent 2006-07 in the AHL with the Milwaukee Admirals, scoring 13 goals and 25 points in 64 games, but returned to Sweden the next season. He scored 20 points with Linkoping in 2007-08, and joined HV71 in 2008, but appeared in only 8 games. He returned to Malmo in the Allsvenskan in 2009, and had a good year, finishing with 14 goals and 26 points.
Staal is a seasoned veteran of the Danish national team, having played for them at a number of World Championships over the last 10 years.