Joey Crabb

RW / Florida Panthers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Rangers AHLer Crabb Tests Positive For Mumps

      News: Joey Crabb (illness) tested positive for the mumps Monday, reports.
      Analysis: Will Rangers forward Lee Stempniak also diagnosed with the mumps, that makes 18 players who have acquired the virus at some point this season. Joey Crabb, who has spent the entire season in the AHL, is the first known player at that league level to have picked up the mumps, prompting the Hartford affiliate to go on high alert. Crabb will remain away from the team until doctors determine he's no longer contagious.
    • Rangers AHLer Crabb Being Tested For Mumps

      News: Joey Crabb is being isolated from his teammates at AHL Hartford on Thursday and will be evaluated for the mumps virus.
      Analysis: Acquired from the Panthers near the end of training camp, Joey Crabb has spent all season with Hartford, where he's produced seven points in 22 games. The mumps outbreak hasn't hit the minor leagues to the same extent it has in the NHL, but the organization obviously wants to take every precaution against further contamination if Crabb is confirmed to have the virus.
    • Rangers Acquire Crabb

      News: The Rangers acquired Joey Crabb from the Panthers on Monday.
      Analysis: The Rangers sent Steven Kampfer and Andrew Yogan back to Florida, and the move opens up room for Anthony Duclair on the team's roster. Joey Crabb is expected to spend most of the season with AHL Hartford.
    • Panthers Waive Crabb

      News: Joey Crabb was waived by the Panthers on Sunday, Harvey Fialkov of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
      Analysis: Joey Crabb is expected to clear waivers and report to AHL San Antonio, where he totaled 15 goals and 14 assists over 62 games. He appeared in nine games with the Panthers last season and could be up again at some point in 2014-15 if the team is need of depth on the fourth line.
    • Panthers Reassign Crabb

      News: The Panthers reassigned Joey Crabb to AHL San Antonio on Wednesday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.
      Analysis: The center managed just one assist in nine games with the Panthers, and leaves wih a minus-2 rating. He has 12 goals and 14 assists in 53 games with San Antonio, where he will likely spend the remainder of the year.
    • Panthers Recall Crabb

      News: Joey Crabb was recalled from AHL San Antonio on Tuesday, Steve Gorten of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
      Analysis: Joey Crabb has compiled 12 goals and 14 assists over 53 games at San Antonio, but he's made only one appearance with the big club this season. He'll more than likely serve as an extra forward during Tuesday's clash with the Coyotes.
    • Panthers' Crabb Headed To AHL

      News: Joey Crabb was sent down to AHL San Antonio on Friday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel's Harvey Fialkov reports.
      Analysis: Joey Crabb will head back to the minors for the second time this season. He made his debut with the Panthers on Thursday, firing a shot on goal in 9:49 of ice time.
    • Panthers Waive Crabb

      News: Joey Crabb was waived by the Panthers on Sunday, the Miami Herald's George Richards reports.
      Analysis: The writing was on the wall for Joey Crabb following Saturday's acquisition of Krys Barch. He will head to AHL San Antonio if he clears waivers.
    • Crabb Headed To Florida

      News: Joey Crabb signed a two-year contract with Florida worth $600,000 per season, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.
      Analysis: Joey Crabb gives the Panthers some checking depth after he was not retained by former division rival Washington. Crabb has 16 total goals the last three seasons.
    • Crabb Will Not Return To Washington

      News: Soon-to-be unrestricted free agent Joey Crabb won't return to the Capitals next season, according to Katie Carrera of the Washington Post.
      Analysis: Joey Crabb cleared waivers back in March and was assigned to Hershey after playing a minimal role in the Capitals' offense in 2013. He has no invention of signing back with the Caps according to his agent, who said the winger's one-year deal didn't work out for either party. No word on any possible destinations for the 30-year old.
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