Eric Gryba

#62 D / Edmonton Oilers / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 222 lb Age: 27 College: Boston U.

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Oilers' Eric Gryba: Lights lamp Tuesday

    Gryba scored his first goal of the season Tuesday night in a 5-1 win over the Blue Jackets. Evidently not wanting to be left out of the welcome back party for rookie Connor McDavid, Gryba launched a shot from the point that found the back of the net. Still, he's a physical depth defenseman that controls his own zone and isn't a guy you should be concerned with in the fantasy realm.

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    Oilers' Eric Gryba: Will play Saturday

    Gryba (undisclosed) will return to action Saturday against the Coyotes, Oilers play-by-play announcer Jack Michaels reports. Gryba missed Thursday's game against Anaheim with an undisclosed issue, but will return to the Oilers' lineup for Saturday's matchup with Arizona. The 27-year-old blueliner has tallied four assists and 37 shots on goal in 34 games this season.

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    Oilers' Eric Gryba: Out Thursday

    Gryba (undisclosed) won't play Thursday against the Ducks. Gryba is reportedly "a little banged up," and will miss Thursday's matchup with Anaheim as a result. Brandon Davidson, who has missed the Oilers' last four contests with a ribs injury, will slot into Edmonton's lineup Thursday in Gryba's absence.

  • Oilers Get Gryba From Sens In Draft-Day Trade

    News: Eric Gryba has been acquired by the Oilers for forward Travis Ewanyk and a fourth-round draft pick (107th overall), according to TSN.ca.
    Analysis: The 27-year-old played in 75 games for the Sens last season and put up 12 assists. He has 165 NHL games under his belt and has four goals and 29 points.
  • Sens Make Gryba A Healthy Scratch

    News: Eric Gryba will be a healthy scratch for Thursday's game against the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Eric Gryba only saw 13:03 of ice time in the Senators' loss Tuesday to the Bruins. The team hasn't typically struggled with Gryba in the lineup of late, so his removal Thursday is likely just a means to get the lightly-used Jared Cowen some work.
  • Sens' Gryba Nabs Assist In Loss

    News: Eric Gryba accrued an assist in Thursday's loss to the Penguins.
    Analysis: Eric Gryba has eight points -- all assists -- in 51 games this season. He can hang his hat on some lofty hit (100) and PIM (74) totals, but his lack of contributions on the offensive end limits his fantasy utility.
  • Sens' Gryba Picks Up Assist

    News: Eric Gryba gathered an assist in Thursday's win over the Canadiens.
    Analysis: Eric Gryba warrants a cursory look in specialty formats that count hits (81 in 43 games) and PIM (68), but he offers little in the way of offensive upside. He's failed to score a goal in 2014-15, and Thursday's assist was just his seventh of the season.
  • Suspension Could Be Looming For Sens' Gryba

    News: Eric Gryba was ejected from Tuesday's game against the Blue Jackets after laying an illegal check on Artem Anisimov. He was assessed a 10-minute match penalty for deliberate injury and 10-minute game misconduct penalty.
    Analysis: The hit resulted in Anisimov leaving the game with what was labeled an "upper-body injury," and will more than likely earn him a call from the league office. Eric Gryba's history as a ruffian on the ice will do him no favors in attempt to avoid a suspension, as the blueliner was previously docked two games in the 2013 playoffs for a cheap shot on Montreal's Lars Eller. Gryba has no points and has amassed 30 penalty minutes in eight games this season.
  • Sens Re-Sign Gryba

    News: The Senators re-signed Eric Gryba to a two-year, $2.5 million deal Thursday, Bob McKenzie of TSN reports.
    Analysis: The blueliner suited up for 57 games last season, and managed to pick up two goals, nine assists, and 64 PIM over that span. Although his stay-at-home style makes him a minimal fantasy factor, Eric Gryba's plus-9 rating last season was third-best on the team and best among the Sens' defensive corps, so he may see an increase in playing time next season.
  • Sens' Gryba Struggles At End Of Season

    News: Eric Gryba finished the season with two goals, nine assists, and 64 PIM in 57 games.
    Analysis: Eric Gryba brings a strong, physical presence to the Sens blue line, but may have trouble finding a role moving forward. Gryba was often a healthy scratch over the last few months of the season after the team brought up rookie Cody Ceci, so there's a chance Gryba will see his opportunities decrease in 2014-15.
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