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|Last 10 Games|
|Leafs' Robidas (Leg) Not Yet Ready For Contact |
|(9/18/14) Stephane Robidas (leg) has yet to receive clearance for contact drills during training camp, TSN's Mark Masters reports.|
|Robidas Signs With Leafs |
|(7/1/14) The Leafs have signed Stephane Robidas (knee) to a three-year contract, TSN.ca reports.|
|Free Agent Robidas Resumes Skating |
|(7/1/14) Stephane Robidas (knee) has resumed skating and should have plenty of interest suitors when free agency begins Tuesday, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.|
|Ducks' Robidas Probably Won't Need Surgery |
|(4/23/14) Stephane Robidas is not expected to need surgery to repair his broken right leg, Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News reports.|
|Ducks' Robidas Diagnosed With Broken Leg |
|(4/21/14) Stephane Robidas was diagnosed with a fractured right leg after exiting Monday's Game 3 against the Stars. The fracture is slightly above the location where his previous fracture occurred earlier this season.|
Leafs' Robidas (Leg) Not Yet Ready For Contact
Robidas (leg) has yet to receive clearance for contact drills during training camp, TSN's Mark Masters reports.Robidas is still on the mend from the broken leg he suffered with the Ducks in the postseason, but the expectation is that he'll be at full health for the final two preseason games. Following the offseason trade of Carl Gunnarsson to the Blues, Robidas could be asked to join Dion Phaneuf on the team's top defensive pairing.
Core Values: Can Phil Kessel lead Maple Leafs' resurgence?
The Toronto Maple Leafs are a puzzling bunch, but there's some dynamic talent at the top of the lineup in Phil Kessel and James van Riemsdyk. Now the organization has to find a way to build up the team more sensibly.
|Stephane Robidas started his slow ride into the sunset a couple years back, but may have really accelerated it last year. He broke his right tibia, not once but twice, and it really remains to be seen how that may affect his skating. Still, he should be able to deliver shutdown minutes in a top-four role and help teach the young defenders what it means to be an NHL blueliner. Sadly, there is no fatnasy value in that, unless you're in a league that only counts hits and blocked shots. (Updated 8/13/14) |