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44 Robyn Regehr D
Height/Weight: 6-3/225 | Birthdate: 4/19/1980 | Birthplace: Recife, Brazil | Team: Los Angeles Kings | College: None | NHL Experience: 14 | Salary: $4,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 3/0
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12/20/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr On IR, Ruled Out 2-3 Weeks

News: Robyn Regehr's upper-body injury is related to his hand and will keep him out for two-to-three weeks, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports. The Kings placed him on injured reserve Friday.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr suffered the injury in the second period of Thursday's victory over the Blues, likely when he collided with Paul Stastny. It's the second noteworthy injury Regehr has dealt with this season, as he previously missed just over a week in November with an undisclosed ailment. Jamie McBain figures to assume a regular spot on the Kings' defense while Regehr is sidelined.

12/18/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Out With Upper-Body Injury

News: Robyn Regehr suffered an upper-body injury in the second period of Thursday's game against the Blues and will not return, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles News Group reports.
Analysis: The origin of Robyn Regehr's injury is a bit unclear, but it may have been related to a collision with Paul Stastny. He will miss the remainder of Thursday's contest at a minimum, but will probably receive an update prior to Saturday's game against the Coyotes.

11/16/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Back In Saturday

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) will return to action Saturday against the Ducks, NHL.com's Curtis Zupke reports.
Analysis: The blueliner missed the Kings' previous three games with the injury but was cleared to play after practicing the previous two days. Robyn Regehr's return couldn't come at a better time after Alec Martinez was ruled out indefinitely following finger surgery, which would have left the Kings with five active defensemen if Regehr hadn't been available.

11/14/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr (Undisclosed) Practices Friday

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) was on the ice for practice Friday, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr skated with the full group for the first time, but practiced for the second straight day. He hinted that "it was only an undisclosed injury. Those ones are usually pretty quick." This could indicate that he expects to be back for Saturday's contest against the Ducks.

11/14/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Skates Thursday

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) skated Thursday morning, Jon Rosen of LAKingsInsider.com reports.
Analysis: The Kings held an optional morning session following Wednesday's grueling shootout defeat against the Ducks, so it's not certain if Robyn Regehr will be cleared to return to action. It seems more likely than not that he'll sit out his third straight game, though, since he hadn't practiced with the team since suffering the injury last week. Regehr said that he first sustained the injury when he got tangled up with Mikhail Grabovski during his final shift of the game against the Islanders on Nov. 6.

11/8/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Likely Out Saturday

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) didn't take part in morning skate and appears doubtful to play in Saturday's game against the Canucks, LAKingsInsider.com's Jon Rosen reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr suffered the ailment at some point during Friday's practice and is being considered day-to-day. With no extra defenseman available for the Kings, coach Darryl Sutter would likely have to go with 13 forwards and five blueliners for Saturday's lineup if Regehr is unable to play.

11/8/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Suffers Injury In Practice

News: Robyn Regehr departed from Friday's practice early with an undisclosed injury, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Coach Darryl Sutter said after the session that Robyn Regehr was considered questionable for Saturday's game against the Canucks, but didn't elaborate any further. If Regehr is unable to go, the Kings would likely be forced to add a defenseman from the minor league ranks, as the suspended Slava Voynov is the only extra blueliner on the active roster.

10/26/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Regehr Notches First Point

News: Robyn Regehr notched his first point of the season on a second-period assist in Sunday's win over the Blue Jackets.
Analysis: The 34-year-old Robyn Regehr was sidelined for much of the Kings' Stanley Cup run with a knee injury, but he's been back at full health for the first eight games of 2014-15. He'll occupy a top-four role on defense for the Kings, but his offensive contributions figure to be minimal.

6/9/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Inactive For Game 3

News: The Kings appear to be sticking with the same lineup for Monday's Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals, meaning Robyn Regehr (knee) will likely be inactive, Newsday's Steve Zipay reports.
Analysis: While his status isn't yet official, it would seem that Robyn Regehr will miss yet another game. He was tentatively expected back for Saturday's Game 2, but still hasn't played since May 3.

6/7/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Out For Game 2

News: Robyn Regehr (knee) is not in the lineup for Saturday's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Kings coach Darryl Sutter previously said Robyn Regehr was expected to play, before changing his tune Saturday afternoon. The veteran blueliner will miss yet another game, but he may be able to return for Game 3.

6/7/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr A Game-Time Decision

News: Kings coach Darryl Sutter said he will wait until pregame warmups are finished to make a decision on Robyn Regehr's (knee) availability for Saturday's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals, Elliot Teaford of Inside SoCal reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr is expected to make his return but should still be viewed as game-time decision. Coach Darryl Sutter did not say who Regehr would replace in the lineup.

6/6/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Expected To Play Saturday

News: Robyn Regehr (knee) is expected to play in Saturday's Game 2, Curtis Zupke of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr suited up for eight postseason games before injuring his knee, but will likely slide back into the lineup for Game 2, although there's no word yet on which defenseman will sit to make room for him in the lineup.

6/4/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Likely Out For Game 1

News: Coach Darryl Sutter said after Wednesday's morning skate that Robyn Regehr (knee) would "probably not" play in Game 1 against the Rangers, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr reiterated after morning skate that he feels ready to play but that his fate will rest in Sutter's hands, and it would appear the coach is just not comfortable using him after a 13-game layoff. Matt Greene played well in place of Regehr in the final game of the Kings' Western Conference Finals series win over the Blackhawks and will be trusted by Sutter to deliver another quality performance in the first game of the Stanley Cup Finals.

6/3/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Says He's Ready To Go For Game 1

News: Robyn Regehr (knee) indicated he feels healthy enough to play for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals against the Rangers, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr has missed the Kings' last 13 contests with the knee injury, a lengthy absence that may make coach Darryl Sutter hesitant to use him defensively immediately. Matt Greene had joined the lineup while Regehr was out, with his best performance coming in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals against the Blackhawks, when he finished with two assists, six hits and a plus-3 rating.

5/31/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr (Knee) Practices Friday

News: Robyn Regehr (knee) took part in morning skate on Friday, Elliot Teaford of Inside SoCal reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr hasn't played since Game 1 against the Ducks in the Western Conference semifinals. He has been cleared for contact, and his participation in morning skate signals progress towards his return. However, his return date to the lineup is uncertain and he is probably out for Game 6.

5/26/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Without Timetable For Return

News: Robyn Regehr (knee) remains without a timetable for a return, Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr joined the Kings on the ice near the end of Monday's morning skate, but it still appears he's not close to a return to action. The defenseman noted that he's taken a few steps forward in his recovery from a knee injury over the last few days, but until he starts taking contact in practices, a return to game action shouldn't be considered imminent.

5/22/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Dealing With Knee Injury

News: Coach Darryl Sutter revealed Thursday that Robyn Regehr is dealing with a knee injury, Curtis Zupke of NHL.com reports.
Analysis: The normally tight-lipped coach finally disclosed the reason behind Robyn Regehr nearly three-week absence, while also indicating that the defenseman has yet to resume skating. It's looking unlikely that Regehr will return to action until the Stanley Cup Finals, at the earliest.

5/20/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Still Not Skating

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) hasn't resumed skating yet, LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr's been sidelined for nearly three weeks now and seems unlikely to slide back into the lineup anytime soon.

5/7/2014

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Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Still Sidelined

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) will miss Thursday's Game 3 against the Ducks, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: As a result, Jeff Schultz, who filled in for Robyn Regehr on Monday, is in line to remain in the Kings' lineup for Thursday's contest, at a minimum.

5/5/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Iffy For Monday

News: Robyn Regehr, who left Saturday's game against the Ducks with an unspecified injury, is iffy for Monday's Game 2, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: The report suggest that it's likely that Jeff Schultz will take Robyn Regehr's spot in the Kings' lineup for Monday's contest. Regehr, who has two assists in eight playoff games, finished up the regular season with 14 points and 46 PIM in 79 games.

5/3/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Exits With Unspecified Injury

News: Robyn Regehr left Saturday's Game 1 against the Ducks with an unspecified injury, and he is not expected to return, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: This could be a major blow for the Kings, who are already without fellow left defenseman Willie Mitchell (undisclosed). Given the time of year, don't expect much in the way of details regarding Robyn Regehr's injury.

4/12/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Likely Back In Saturday

News: Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) is expected to return for Saturday's game against the Ducks, LA Kings Insider reports.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr missed the last three games, but his injury isn't thought to be particularly serious, and he wants to get one more regular-season game in before the playoffs. Saturday's game represents his last chance to do so, and he'll presumably suit up, barring a late setback.

4/10/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Dealing With Injury

News: Robyn Regehr is out Wednesday with an unspecified injury, Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Analysis: With the Kings essentially locked into their playoff positioning at this point, it's expected that Robyn Regehr is mostly getting the night off for maintenance purposes. Look for both Regehr and Drew Doughty, who will also sit out Wednesday with an injury, to be ready to go for the postseason.

2/27/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA Regehr Has Big Day As Kings Roll

Robyn Regehr

Regehr Has Big Day As Kings Roll

News: Robyn Regehr potted his third goal of the season and finished with a plus-4 rating in Wednesday's 6-4 win over the Avalanche.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr kicked off the game's scoring less than six minutes into the first period. It was his second goal in as many games, though those two tallies came 20 days apart, thanks to the break. While the recent rise in production probably doesn't portend any sort of sustained scoring for the stay-at-home defender, Regehr should remain a good source for hits and plus-minus stability in deeper leagues.

2/6/2014

Robyn Regehr, D, LA

Robyn Regehr

Kings' Regehr Fires Overtime Winner

News: Robyn Regehr's second goal of the season was the overtime winner as the Kings beat the Blue Jackets, 2-1.
Analysis: Robyn Regehr didn't score a single goal in 41 games last year and now has two on the season. The defensive specialist was the unexpected hero of the night with a clean shot past a screened Sergei Bobrovsky. Mike Richards picked up the assist. Don't expect much offense from Regehr -- it woouldn't be surprising if he doesn't score the rest of the year -- but his 36 penalty minutes can be valuable for certain leagues.