Fabbri (groin) will make his season debut on Thursday.
Fabbri will play his first game since February 4th and will skate on the fourth line with Robert Thomas and Oskar Sundqvist. Fabbri could work his way into fantasy relevance again if he plays well and moves up the lineup.
Source: Jim Thomas 11/1/18, 12:13 pm EST
The Blues have activated Robby Fabbri (groin) from IR.
Fabbri missed the first 10 games of the season, but is expected to make his season debut on Thursday. Fabbri skated on the fourth line in Wednesday’s practice, suggesting that the Blues will ease him back into the lineup in what will be his first game since February 4th, 2017. The 2014 No.21 overall pick has provided 29 goals and 37 assists (66 points) while averaging just 14:16 TOI/GM in the first 123 games of his NHL career.
The Blues have recalled Robby Fabbri from his conditioning stint with San Antonio (AHL).
Fabbri recorded a shorthanded goal and added an assist in three games with the Rampage during his conditioning stint. Fabbri looks ready to play for the first time since February 4th, 2017. The Blues return to action vs. the Golden Knights on Thursday.
The Blues have sent Robby Fabbri (groin) to San Antonio (AHL) for a conditioning stint.
Fabbri has missed the first eight games of the regular season with a groin injury he suffered in the preseason. Fabbri has not played and NHL game since February 4th, 2017 because of two knee surgeries. He’ll stay with San Antonio through the weekend, but could return to the Blues and make his season debut sometime next week.
Fabbri is day-to-day with a Grade 1 groin strain.
The good news is that Fabbri’s lower-body injury is not related to his knee that cost him all of last season. Blues head coach Mike Yeo said that there is “no plan” for Fabbri right now, but he will take a couple of days off and see where he is at after that. There is still a chance that Fabbri is ready for the start of the regular season on October 4th.
The Blues have re-signed Robby Fabbri to a one-year, $925K contract.
Fabbri re-injured his knee in training camp last year and missed the entire 2017-18 season. The 22-year-old has averaged 19 goals and 25 assists (43 points) per 82 games over the first two seasons of his NHL career. Fabbri is expected to be ready for the start of the 2019 season and will be a middle-6 winger for a team that has improved a lot this offseason.
Fabbri will undergo his second knee surgery this year; will miss the 2017-18 season.
Fabbri underwent knee surgery after suffering an ACL injury last February and will have to have another surgery after re-injuring the knee in training camp. Fabbri was reportedly told that he had a 3% chance of re-injury and unfortunately the young forward fell into that percentage. With Fabbri out for the season, the Blues have discussed signing Jaromir Jagr.
Fabbri (knee) will miss the rest of the preseason; will be re-evaluated in 10 days.
Fabbri is coming off of a knee ligament injury in February and re-injured the surgically repaired knee in training camp. Fabbri was a late scratch prior to the Blues’ first preseason game and will miss the rest of the preseason. Fabbri was expected to get a look at centre, but with him joining Alex Steen and Patrik Berglund on the sideline, that leaves the Blues with Paul Stastny, Brayden Schenn, Wade Megan and Kyle Brodziak as their centre options.
Fabbri will miss the rest of the regular season with an ACL injury.
Source: Lou Korac 02/5/17, 8:14 am EST
Fabbri will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Fabbri (lower-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 5.
Fabbri (ankle) will return to the lineup on Saturday.
Fabbri has missed the last four games with an ankle injury, but will return to the lineup in the season finale on Saturday. Fabbri has enjoyed a lot of success this season, registering 18 goals and 19 assists (37 points) in 71 games.
Source: Lou Korac 04/8/16, 10:56 am EST
Fabbri (ankle) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Source: Lou Korac 04/7/16, 10:16 am EST
Fabbri (ankle) is expected to miss the next 2-3 games.
Fabbri suffered and ankle injury in Tuesday’s win over the Avalanche, but it doesn’t sound like it is very serious. He will miss the next few games, but is expected to be back before the end of the regular season.
Source: Lou Korac 03/31/16, 9:20 am EST
Fabbri left Tuesday’s game with an ankle injury and did not return.
Fabbri left last night’s game after playing 11:55 TOI. The Blues will not practice on Wednesday, so there likely won’t be an update on Fabbri’s status until Thursday.
Fabbri (concussion) will play on Tuesday.
Fabbri missed the last six games with a concussion, but will be back on Tuesday vs. the Lightning. He had one goal in his first two games this season and with Jaden Schwartz out for 12 weeks, Fabbri has a chance to carve out a big role if he plays well. He will start back on the third line with Scott Gomez and Troy Brouwer.
Fabbri (concussion) will not play on Saturday; expected to return next week.
Despite practicing on Friday, Fabbri is not ready to go on Saturday. With Fabbri out and Jaden Schwartz suffering an injury in practice the Blues will recall Ty Rattie from the AHL and he will play on Saturday. Monitor Fabbri’s status heading into next week.
Fabbri (concussion) returned to practice on Friday.
Fabbri returned to practice this afternoon as he nears a return from a concussion that he suffered on October 10th. He has missed the last five games, but monitor his status before Saturday’s game.
Fabbri is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Fabbri was injured in the first period of Saturday’s 3-2 loss to the Wild. Blues coach Ken Hitchcock was not impressed with the hit calling it a “shot to the head.” The Blues are considering him day-to-day, but don’t plan on updating his status until he is cleared to return to practice. With Fabbri out, either Scottie Upshall or Scott Gomez are expected to play on Tuesday.
Fabbri (upper-body) left Saturday’s game and did not return.
Fabbri left Saturday’s game in the first period after taking an elbow to the head. He played just 3:27 TOI of game two in his nine game NHL tryout. Consider him day-to-day.