Robyn Regehr

D / Los Angeles Kings / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

Fantasy Points by Week

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    • Kings' Regehr Announces Retirement After Finale

      News: Robyn Regehr announced his retirement following Saturday's 4-1 win in the season finale against the Sharks, Elliott Teaford of the Los Angeles Times reports.
      Analysis: Robyn Regehr will turn 35 on April 19 and just finished off an injury-plagued campaign, which apparently was enough to conclude his career. He tallied three goals and 13 points in 67 games in 2014-15, with most of his value to the Kings lying in his shot-blocking abilities rather than his offensive output. With Regehr out of the picture, youngster Brayden McNabb should have the opportunity to take on greater minutes with the Kings next season.
    • Kings' Regehr Tallies Two Helpers

      News: Robyn Regehr collected a pair of assists in Saturday's win over Colorado.
      Analysis: While Robyn Regehr now has one goal and two assists in his last three games, the veteran has just 13 points on the season and is known for being a defensive defenseman. His plus-10 rating and 195 hits make him valuable in some very deep specialty leagues, but he doesn't play on the power play and isn't very likely to produce much more offense this season.
    • Kings' Regehr Adds Rare Goal

      News: Robyn Regehr opened the scoring for the Kings in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Rangers.
      Analysis: Robyn Regehr gives the Kings a veteran presence on the blue line, but his role is concentrated on delivering hits and blocking shots that would otherwise reach a Kings' netminder.
    • Regehr Picks Up Two Assists In Kings Win

      News: Robyn Regehr picked up a pair of assists in a 4-2 win over the Lightning on Saturday.
      Analysis: Robyn Regehr soaked up some extra minutes after Alec Martinez exited in the second period with an upper body injury and made the most of it. He has just seven points (a goal and six assists) in 37 games this season, so enjoy the unexpected output if you had active.
    • Kings' Regehr Set To Return

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) is slated to play Monday against the Flames, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: With five points in 30 games to go along with 27 PIM and a plus-11 rating, Robyn Regehr is only a fantasy factor in deeper formats, but his size and experience are valued assets on the Kings' blue line.
    • Kings' Regehr (Hand) To Remain Out Saturday

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) skated with the Kings' expected scratches at Saturday's morning skate and is thus unlikely to play later in the evening against the Ducks, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Robyn Regehr appears very close to slotting back into the lineup, but it looks like at the very least, he'll have to wait until Monday's game versus the Flames in order for that to materialize.
    • Kings' Regehr (Hand) Could Play Saturday

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) could be activated from IR in advance of Saturday's game against the Ducks, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Coach Darryl Sutter said Robyn Regehr has received full clearance to play, so it looks like any further absence beyond Saturday's game would only be precautionary. Regehr has been fully practicing for the last few days, and noted that his hand is feeling better with each passing day.
    • Kings' Regehr (Hand) Starts Shooting

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) was seen shooting the puck Saturday morning, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Robyn Regehr had been cleared to skate with the Kings, but hadn't been able to shoot since suffering the hand injury. His shots Saturday mostly consisted of light wristers, but he'll likely be able to add some velocity in the coming days.
    • Kings' Regehr (Hand) Practicing

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) has been practicing with the Kings for the last two days, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: He's been skating as part of a fourth pairing with Brayden McNabb, doing essentially everything as the rest of the Kings' healthy players. It looks like he's just in need of a little more time for his hand to heal up, but a return in the near future appears to be in store for the bruising blueliner.
    • Kings' Regehr Handles Pucks Tuesday

      News: Robyn Regehr (hand) handled pucks at Tuesday's optional skate, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: It's the first time Robyn Regehr to perform that activity since suffering the hand injury back on Dec. 18. He hopes to resume shooting by the end of the week, and could return to the lineup shortly thereafter.
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