Rob Scuderi

#47 D / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 11YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 219 lb Age: 37 College: Boston College

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    Blackhawks' Robert Scuderi: Traded to Blackhawks

    Scuderi was traded to the Blackhawks on Monday in exchange for defenseman Trevor Daley, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports. This explains why Scuderi was a healthy scratch for Monday's loss to the Capitals. He's averaging 17:05 of ice time this season, with 14 or more minutes in each of the last nine games. He'll give Chicago a stronger defensive presence along the blueline, but he's never topped 16 points or 36 PIM in a season, despite playing 70+ games seven times.

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    Penguins' Robert Scuderi: Back in lineup against Kings

    Scuderi will be back in the lineup Friday, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Scuderi gets back into the lineup following the injury to Kris Letang (undisclosed). It has been a low scoring season for the veteran defenseman, with just four points in 24 games. The 36-year-old is a defender, not a scorer, having never reached the 20 point mark in his 11 year NHL career.

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    Penguins' Robert Scuderi: Will play with Kris Letang

    Scuderi will skate with Kris Letang on Thursday following the injury sustained by Olli Maatta on Tuesday. Coach Mike Johnston said he picked the 36-year-old Scuderi to pair with Letang because of his defensive prowess -- which allows Letang to work in the offensive end of the rink. Scuderi has four assists through 16 games but has never totaled more than 16 points in any of his previous 11 seasons.

  • Pens' Scuderi Helps Out Tuesday

    News: Rob Scuderi was credited with an assist in Tuesday's overtime loss to the Senators.
    Analysis: Rob Scuderi only has nine points in 80 games this season, as he's mostly tasked with shot-blocking duties in front of the Pens' net. Perhaps his greatest attribute this season has been staying healthy, as all of Olli Maatta, Kris Letang, Paul Martin, and Christian Ehrhoff have missed significant time due to injuries.
  • Pens' Scuderi Returns To Action

    News: Rob Scuderi (foot) returned to action Sunday against the Blue Jackets, logging 18:26 of ice time.
    Analysis: Rob Scuderi hurt his foot in the Penguins' previous game against the Capitals last Wednesday, but the team's three-day break in the schedule before Sunday's game afforded him enough recovery time. Christian Ehrhoff sat out Sunday to accommodate Scuderi's placement in the lineup.
  • Pens' Scuderi Skates Saturday

    News: Rob Scuderi (foot) participated in Saturday's practice, Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
    Analysis: Rob Scuderi had been off the ice since logging 16:47 of action in Wednesday's win over the Penguins, but his return to practice suggests he might be available for the Pens' next game Sunday against the Blue Jackets. The team should have a clearer idea on Scuderi's status before pregame warmups.
  • Pens' Scuderi Dealing With Ailing Foot

    News: Rob Scuderi missed Thursday's practice with a suspected foot injury, Josh Yohe of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
    Analysis: It sounds like Rob Scuderi might have taken a shot off his foot during Wednesday's win over the Capitals, but the defenseman indicated he's not dealing with a fracture or anything serious. The Penguins will see if Scuderi is able to get in a skate within the next couple of days before determining his status for Sunday's game against the Blue Jackets.
  • Pens' Scuderi Picks Up Rare Assist

    News: Rob Scuderi registered an assist and went plus-2 in Friday's win over the Flames.
    Analysis: Rob Scuderi has no goals and six assists in 52 games. With no lofty hit, block, or PIM totals to make up for his lack of offense, Scuderi will have difficulty carving out fantasy value in any format.
  • Pens' Scuderi Out-Points Sidney Crosby On Tuesday

    News: Rob Scuderi tallied two assists in a 4-1 win in Minnesota on Tuesday.
    Analysis: The stay-at-home defenseman went out for dinner and came back with his first two helpers of the year. Rob Scuderi, who continues to skate with Simon Despres on the Pens' third pairing, also collected three blocked shots. The 35-year-old is in the second year of a four-year, $13.5 million deal. He's picked up his play after a dismal 2013-14, but has little fantasy value outside of leagues that reward blocked shots.
  • Pens' Scuderi Staying Consistent

    News: Rob Scuderi has two assists in 29 games at the Olympic break.
    Analysis: The blueliner doesn't usually chip in on offense much, so his steady play on the back end is probably more valuable to the Penguins than it is to fantasy owners.
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