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NHL PLAYER, Robby Fabbri

BIOGRAPHY

Born Jan 22, 1996 -- Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Selected by St. Louis Blues round 1 #21 overall 2014 NHL Entry Draft

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NEWS

Fabbri named 1st star in Red Wings romp December 13, 2019

Robby Fabbri tallied his 2nd game-winning goal of the season last night, as the Detroit Red Wings cruised past the Winnipeg Jets, 5-2. The talented forward would go on to be named the 1st star of the contest, after scoring two goals and adding an assist in his team’s victory. The 23-year-old native of Mississauga has been in excellent form since joining Detroit via trade in early November. In 16 games with his new club, Fabbri has registered an impressive 15 points (8 goals, 7 assists).  

For more on last night’s game, keep reading the nhl.com recap here.  

Fabbri looking for breakthrough campaign in 2018-19 August 30, 2018

It has been a long time coming for Robby Fabbri. 20 months ago almost to this very day, the talented winger suffered what looked like an innocuous injury. Now 100% fit, the 22-year-old is looking to get his career back on track. The Mississauga-native burst on to the scene as a 19-year-old rookie with the Blues in 2015, making the team out of training camp en route to an 18-goal season and a remarkable 15 points in 20 Stanley Cup Playoff games. In 2018-19, Fabbri will be player to watch as the St. Louis Blues look to reclaim their Stanley Cup contender status.

For more on Fabbri, keep reading the hockeynews.com story here

 

Blues to lean on young guns Pietrangelo, Schwartz, Fabbri August 30, 2016

After a July overhaul saw many veteran players leave the team via free agency, the youth movement in St. Louis appears to be in full swing. Led by newly minted captain Alex Pietrangelo on the blueline, the Blues will rely on the recently re-signed Jaden Schwartz and rookie sensation Robby Fabbri up front. Both Schwartz and Fabbri were breakout performers in the 2016 NHL Playoffs, tallying 14 and 15 points, respectively.

For more on the Blues season preview, keep reading the nhl.com story here