Brad Staubitz

RW / Toronto Maple Leafs / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Ducks Trade Staubitz to Leafs

    News: Brad Staubitz was traded to the Maple Leafs on Saturday along with Peter Holland for defenseman Jesse Blacker and two 2014 draft picks.
    Analysis: Brad Staubitz was waived back in late October and went unclaimed, landing him back in AHL Norfolk. He'll likely stay with the Toronto Marlies for now and might be up should the Leafs decide an overhaul is necessary.
  • Ducks Waive Staubitz on Sunday

    News: Brad Staubitz was placed on waivers by the Ducks on Sunday, reports TSN's Bob McKenzie.
    Analysis: This is actually the second time in less than a month that the Ducks have placed Brad Staubitz on waivers. He cleared the first time and landed in the AHL, so it's more than likely he will clear again.
  • Ducks Waive Staubitz

    News: Brad Staubitz was waived by the Ducks on Saturday, Ren Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
    Analysis: As a player with 521 career penalty minutes in 230 games, Brad Staubitz could attract some interest on waivers from a team looking for a fourth-line enforcer. If not, he'll stick with the Ducks organization and head to AHL Norfolk.
  • Staubitz Scores In Ducks' Win

    News: Brad Staubitz scored a goal in the second period of the Ducks' 3-1 defeat of the Canucks on Thursday.
    Analysis: Scoring a goal in only his second game back after missing nearly a month, indicates that he is recovering well from his recent injury.
  • Ducks' Staubitz Returns

    News: Brad Staubitz returned to action for Anaheim's win over San Jose on Monday after missing four games due to a facial cut.
    Analysis: Brad Staubitz only played 7:59, which is actually more than he usually sees, and typically didn't register on the scoresheet, but did have an effect on the ice with four hits. He remains a source of a few penalty minutes here and there along with some hits and blocks, and that's about it.
  • Ducks' Staubitz (Face) Lands On IR

    News: Brad Staubitz (facial laceration) was placed on injured reserve Monday, according to Curtis Zupke of
    Analysis: It took 35 stitches to close the wound on Brad Staubitz's face after he was cut by the blade of a stick during Friday's game. He'll definitely miss the next two games while on IR, but it seems likely Staubitz will be back before too long.
  • Ducks' Staubitz Escapes Major Injury

    News: Brad Staubitz was hit with the blade of a stick just below his nose in Friday's win over the Ducks, the Orange County Register reports. He took 35 stitches and later returned to the game.
    Analysis: Ironically, Brad Staubitz recorded his first point of the year upon returning with an assist. He's out there for his fists, having racked up 41 penalty minutes in just eight games.
  • Staublitz Brings Fists To Anaheim

    News: Brad Staubitz has signed a two-year deal with Anaheim, reports Bob McKenzie of TSN.
    Analysis: No terms yet, but he'll bring his brawny play to the rough-and-tumble Ducks. He's a sin-bin play in fantasy; his hands don't contribute much else.
  • Staubitz Finally Scores As Habs Win Finale

    News: Brad Staubitz, of all skaters, scored Montreal's final goal of the season Saturday, rifling a 175-foot shot into an empty net with two minutes to play as the Canadiens whipped Toronto, 4-1.
    Analysis: He waited as late as possible to register his first point of the season. He ends the campaign with 121 penalty minutes and that one lonely point.
  • Staubitz Passes Century Mark In Montreal's Win

    News: The zebras collared Brad Staubitz for fighting in the second stanza of Saturday's contest with Vancouver. The five-minute major brings his season total to 102 penalty minutes, including 29 PIMs in just six games with the Canadiens.
    Analysis: His goon rating (penalty minutes divided by points scored) remains infinite, as he has yet to register a point this season, split between the Wild and the Canadiens. We would have thought that he'd have collected a point by accident before now, but his offensive columns remain empty.