Regehr will return to the Kings lineup on Monday vs. Calgary.
Regehr has been sidelined with a hand injury since December 18th, but will be back in the lineup tonight. He will replace Jeff Schultz in the lineup and be paired with Alec Martinez. Regehr has one goal, four assists and a plus-11 rating in 30 games.
Regehr (hand) returned to practice on Wednesday.
Today was the first time that Regehr has practiced since suffering a hand injury on December 18th. He has missed the last seven games but could be back in the lineup by next week.
Regehr will miss 2-3 weeks with an upper-body injury.
Regehr suffered the injury while blocking a shot on Thursday. With Regehr out the Kings have recalled Jeff Schultz from Manchester (AHL).
Source: Jon Rosen 12/19/14, 1:21 pm EST
Regehr left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Regehr left late in the second period after he blocked a shot according to coach Sutter. Regehr was not credited with a blocked shot in the victory – not that that should discount Sutter’s information – though he did compile four hits. Based on several observations, there’s the possibility – not certainty – that the injury could be related to Regehr’s hand.
Source: Jon Rosen 12/19/14, 5:27 am EST
Regehr’s undisclosed injury is not long term; the Kings have not decided whether he will go on IR.
Regehr missed Saturday’s game after suffering an undisclosed injury in practice on Friday. It would be very surprising to see Regehr in the lineup on Tuesday, which would likely mean the Kings will have to go with five defensemen again. However, Jamie McBain is with the team on a professional tryout and should the Kings sign him to a league minimum deal, he would be eligible to play under the salary cap.
Source: Jon Rosen 11/10/14, 9:10 am EST
Regehr (undisclosed) is doubtful for Saturday.
Regehr left Friday’s early and was not on the ice this morning for the Kings’ game day skate. Because of the Kings’ complex salary cap situation, they will have to go with 13 forwards and five defensemen if Regehr is not available.
Source: Jon Rosen 11/8/14, 9:06 am EST
Regehr is questionable for Saturday with an undisclosed injury.
Regehr left Friday’s practice early and did not return. Kings’ head coach Darryl Sutter would not elaborate on Regehr’s injury and would only say that he is “questionable” for tomorrow’s game. If he is unable to play, the Kings will have to deal with their crazy salary cap situation again.
Regehr (undisclosed) skated in the Kings' morning skate, but will not play in game six.
Regehr is close to returning to the Kings' lineup, but will not play in game six. Should the Blackhawks force a game seven, there is a chance that Regehr could be back.
Source: Jon Rosen 05/30/14, 1:02 pm EST
Regehr (undisclosed) will not play in game 6 on Wednesday.
Regehr has not resumed skating since being injured in game 1 vs. the Ducks. Jeff Schulltz will remain in the Kings lineup for game 6. He has no points but has six hits and six blocked shots in four games.
Source: Jon Rosen 05/14/14, 8:59 am EST
Regehr (undisclosed) will not play in game 2 vs. the Ducks.
Regehr left game 1 midway through the first period and did not return. Regehr was knocked into his own net by Ducks' forward Teemu Selanne and tried to stay in the game, but only lasted one more shift before retiring to the dressing room. Jeff Schultz will slide into the lineup and pair with Slava Voynov in game 2. There is no word on how serious Regehr's injury is.
Regehr to Kings for a pair of 2nd round draft picks. #tradecentre
Regehr is a great defensive defenseman but he is not very offensive making him irrelevant in fantasy. Two second round picks is great value in return for the Sabres.
Regehr is ready to go tonight.
Regehr hasn't played since January 27th because of a lower-body injury but he could return to the Sabres lineup tonight.
Source: Kevin Snow 02/10/13, 8:31 am EST
Veteran D-man Robyn Regehr will be a game-time decision for the #Sabres tonight
Regehr could get back into the lineup after missing a game. He has a goal and three points in 59 games.
Source: Ken Wiebe 03/5/12, 8:38 am EST
Injured Robyn Regehr not on ice with #Sabres
Doesn't sound like Regehr will play tonight. The stay-at-home defenseman helps Ryan Miller out a whole lot more than your fantasy hockey team so keep that in mind.
Source: John Vogl 03/3/12, 9:50 am EST
Robyn Regehr was injured in the 2nd period of the San Jose game. Ruff still doesn't know where that will lead, "We'll find out about him, he's just being evaluated this morning and we'll see where he's at this afternoon."
Regehr is certainly questionable for tomorrow's game. He has a goal and three points with a minus-14 rating in 59 games.
Source: WGR 550 03/2/12, 12:55 pm EST
Robyn Regehr is OK.
Regehr left the team's last game but shouldn't miss any playing time. He has a goal and three points with 36 PIM in 55 games.
Source: Bill Hoppe 02/23/12, 8:03 am EST
Robyn Regehr is out with an upper-body injury. He will not return. #sabreschat
Forward Brad Boyes and defenseman Robyn Regehr were not on the ice, with coach Lindy Ruff saying both got "maintenance days" and should be ready to play Thursday.
Regehr took a breather this morning but should be able to play. The stay-at-home defender has only two assists in his first 51 games with the Sabres.
Robyn Regehr confirms he's back in the lineup tonight.--^ks
Regehr's return to the lineup should aid a porous defense. He has two assists through 43 games.
Regehr getting better but not close to playing yet
Regehr's return would assist an already-depleted Sabres blue line. He has two assists in 43 games in Buffalo.