Stephane Robidas had his chin up, while David Clarkson had his cheek assessed.
Having received doctors’ clearance to take part in contact drills, new Leafs defenceman Robidas was finally able to take part in a practice with abandon and an eye on getting into game action in the near future.
“Conditioning-wise, I felt good,” said the 37-year-old Robidas, who broke his leg while...
The Toronto Maple Leafs signed a player that more than a few teams' fans viewed as a simple low-cost option in 37-year-old Stephane Robidas (he signed a 3-year, $9 million contract), but the Toronto Star's Kevin McGran reports that Robidas' right leg--which was broken twice last season, once while he was playing for the Dallas Stars and once while he was playing in the...
(Picture Credits: CBC.ca) Newly signed veteran defenceman Stephane Robidas has yet to be cleared for contact after breaking the same leg twice in a period of about 4 months, but expects to be be ready in time for the regular season. “I’m feeling great,” the veteran said on the Fan 590. I’ve been skating since […]
With the opening of training camp a mere two weeks away, Toronto Maple Leafs defender Stephane Robidas hasn't been cleared for contact.
That probably isn't something the passionate fans in the center of the hockey universe want to hear about their club's biggest offseason acquisition, but to hear Robidas tell it, the news isn't wholly negative.
from Michael Traikos of the National Post,
They have a forward who ranked in the top five in league scoring and a goaltender who was amongst the league’s best. But ask Stephane Robidas what attracted him to the Toronto Maple Leafs and he immediately says the team’s defence.
“Morgan Rielly and Jake Gardiner,” Robidas said from his off-season home in Sherbrooke, Que...
Defenseman Stephane Robidas continues to recover from his second leg fracture of the season, in hopes of starting a strong first season with the Toronto Maple Leafs. According to Lance Hornby of Toronto Sun, his recovery is not currently a concern moving into the season. Robidas will likely participate in training camp in September. By Resolute - Common WikimediaRobidas has been...
The new Ducks defenseman wants you to know that he is not the guy that is going to fix all that ails the team. While some would argue that that there isn't much to be fixed on the NHL's best team at the moment, the trade deadline acquisition of Stephane Robidas is a move to deepen an already loaded team and further strengthen one of the top defenses in the league.
Dallas Stars: Robidas is off to AnaheimAs we approach the NHL trade deadline tomorrow, the Dallas Stars will be losing their assistant captain.
Lots of chatter out of DAL that Stephane Robidas may be headed to ANA. No official confirmation yet on that, though. #TSN #Tradecentre
— Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) March 4, 2014
Because of the severe injury that Robidas...
Stars defenseman Stephane Robidas has broken his right leg against the Chicago Blackhawks.
While helping to kill off a Dallas penalty in the second period Friday night, the 36-year-old Robidas slid hard into the boards beyond the goal line. He stayed down on the ice holding his leg just below the knee.
The team says Robidas has a fracture and was taken to UT Southwestern Medical...
Via AP on Fox
November 30, 2013
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FRISCO, Texas -- Stephane Robidas has seen a little bit of everything through his first 12 seasons in the National Hockey League. And the Dallas veteran defenseman who has been patrolling the blueline for the Stars for most of the past nine seasons has also unfortunately seen his team miss out on the Stanley Cup Playoffs in each of the past five seasons.
However, while it might...