The Flames reassigned Robinson to AHL Stockton on Monday.
This move makes Robinson eligible for the Calder Cup playoffs if Stockton makes it, and the 28-year-old winger could return to the big club for Tuesday's matchup versus the Bruins. Robinson has played five games with the Flames this year, recording a goal and seven PIM.
The Flames recalled Robinson from AHL Stockton on Monday.
Robinson was sent down Monday morning, but the Flames need his depth heading into Monday's game versus the Sharks. There's a good chance he cracks the lineup because Sam Bennett (illness) missed morning skate. Robinson has one points -- a goal -- over five NHL games this year.
Robinson was sent to AHL Stockton on Monday.
Robinson was a healthy scratch versus Vancouver on Saturday, so his demotion shouldn't come as a surprise, especially considering the Flames are dealing with another injured blueliner in Travis Hamonic (undisclosed). With the extra roster spot, the club called up Alexander Yelesin.
Robinson scored a goal, dished four hits and picked up a fighting major in Saturday's 8-3 loss to the Oilers.
Robinson's big moments came in the first period. He converted on a pass from high school teammate Johnny Gaudreau to get the Flames on the board. Just over three minutes later, Robinson participated in a heavyweight fight with Jujhar Khaira. The 28-year-old winger scored his first goal since the 2015-16 campaign, when he was with Ottawa. He's provided eight hits, seven PIM and five shots in three appearances, while frequently seeing time alongside Gaudreau and Sean Monahan.
The Flames promoted Robinson from AHL Stockton on Sunday.
Robinson hasn't made an NHL appearance since the 2016-17 campaign with the Senators. The 28-year-old has 30 points in 40 AHL games this season after scoring over 40 points in each of the last two seasons in the minors. Robinson will likely watch Tuesday's contest against the Blues from the press box.
The Flames reassigned Robinson to AHL Stockton on Friday.
The 27-year-old winger was recalled as an insurance option in case Sam Bennett or James Neal was unavailable for Thursday's game against Tampa Bay, but both players were ultimately able to play, making Robinson the odd man out. He'll return to a prominent role with Stockton, where he's notched two goals and 12 points in 26 appearances this season.
Robinson was called up from AHL Stockton on Thursday.
Robinson and Ryan Lomberg are being bussed from Stockton as reinforcement options to injured forwards Sam Bennett (upper body) and James Neal (lower body). The Flames waived Robinson late in training camp, but he passed through unclaimed, proceeding to put up two goals, 10 assists and 20 PIM for the AHL's Heat. However, he's still no lock to play Thursday against he Lightning.
Robinson was waived by the Flames on Wednesday, TSN reports.
The undrafted winger was never expected to be in training camp for very long. After all, the American -- who's listed at 6-foot-6, 232 pounds -- has only drawn into seven games at the top level (all with Ottawa) since starting out with that franchise's minor-league affiliate in Binghamton back in 2012-13. Look for Robinson to be assigned to AHL Stockton in the likely event that he clears waivers.
Robinson signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Flames on Monday.
Robinson garnered a one-year deal from the Jets last July, but he ended up playing exclusively with AHL Manitoba, amassing 25 goals and 28 assists to complement a robust plus-17 rating over 74 games. He's a brute at 6-foot-6, 232 pounds -- perhaps the Flames will use him at the top level if injuries impact some of the more established wingers, or when the big club needs to counter a tough opponent's physical front.
Robinson signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Jets on Saturday.
Robinson split time between AHL Binghamton and AHL San Jose last year as he logged a total of 66 contests in which he registered 31 points. The 25-year-old did hit the ice in four outings with Ottawa, but averaged a mere 6:57 of ice time in those appearances. At this point, the winger will probably spend the majority of the upcoming campaign in the minors, but could get the occasional call-up.
Robinson was acquired along with Zack Stortini and a 2017 seventh-round pick from the Senators in exchange for Tommy Wingels on Tuesday.
Robinson logged four NHL contests with the Senators earlier this season, but he's otherwise remained in the minors. The 25-year-old will report to AHL San Jose; barring a slew of injuries, the winger will probably spend the remainder of the year there.
Robinson was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Monday.
Robinson only appeared in four games with the Sens after getting called up -- no points and two PIM -- but with the team looking a little healthier, the winger is no longer needed. It wouldn't be surprising to see the 25-year-old get the call again this season, although owners should pay no mind considering he's far from impactful.
Robinson will warm up and could play in Saturday's matchup against the Panthers.
Robinson hasn't appeared in a game with his team this season, but last year he showcased decent talent in minimal action. The 25-year-old earned a game-winning goal and an assist in three outings. If he suits up, the winger will be stuck in a bottom-six role, limiting the little fantasy appeal he has.
Robinson was called up from the minors Friday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Robinson is having a solid campaign in the AHL this year, as he has tallied three goals and four helpers, putting him fourth on the team in scoring. The winger will get a chance to crack the lineup for the first time this season and was promoted in favor of Max McCormick, who was sent down Friday.
Robinson was sent to AHL Binghamton and will have to clear waivers Thursday at noon, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The big winger wasn't expected to make the Sens' roster, but it's very possible that he makes a few appearances throughout the season, especially with injuries already starting to pile up early for Ottawa.
Robinson agreed to terms on a one-year, two-way contract with Ottawa on Thursday.
Robinson hit the ice in just three contests this season, but made the most of it as he snagged a goal and an assist. In the AHL, the winger racked up 23 points and 66 PIM in 62 outings, decent numbers for the undrafted New Jersey native. The 24-year-old is likely to see an increase in NHL appearances, but will probably start the campaign out in the minors.
Robinson was sent to AHL Binghamton on Monday.
With the Sens out of playoff contention and dealing with injuries, Robinson was called up on April 4 and proceeded to notch points in two of three contests. The winger was only on ice for 8:36 in that span, but managed to showcase the skills that have been on display with AHL Binghamton this season (45 points). The 24-year-old looks poised to finish strong in the team's final three contests.
Robinson earned his first NHL assist and three hits in Saturday's 6-1 win against the Bruins.
Robinson ended up playing in just three games this year for the Senators, but notched points in two straight to finish it out. The 24-year-old winger made the most out of his late-season opportunity up with Ottawa, proving that the 45 points at AHL Binghamton this year were no fluke.
Robinson scored the game-winning goal and finished with a plus-2 rating over 10:23 of ice time in Thursday's 3-1 win over the Panthers.
It was only Robinson's second NHL game, but he came through in a big way, redirecting a Cody Ceci shot from the point for his first career goal. The 24-year-old was productive with AHL Binghamton, notching 45 points in 59 games, and the Sens could look to play him more in their final game this season to get a better look at him in advance of next year.
Robinson has been recalled by the Senators.
The 6-foot-6, 232-pounder has recorded 13 goals and 22 points in 59 games for AHL Binghamton to date, and if he ends up suiting up for any of the Sens' remaining three games, look for him to see work as a depth forward for the team.
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