Fabbri (COVID-19 protocols) won't travel with the Red Wings for their upcoming four-game road trip, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Fabbri is still in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol and appears to be in danger of missing the entirety of Detroit's four-game road trip. Michael Rasmussen will likely continue to center the Wings' second line until Fabbri is cleared to return.
Fabbri (COVID-19 protocol) won't play in Tuesday's game against the Blue Jackets, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Fabbri will miss a second straight game while in the NHL's COVID-19 protocol. Michael Rasmussen is handling the second-line center duties in his stead.
Fabbri (COVID-19 protocol) is out of the lineup Monday against the Blue Jackets.
Michael Rasmussen will take Fabbri's spot as the second-line center. It's unclear at this time how long Fabbri's absence will extend. Detroit's next game is a Tuesday rematch with the Blue Jackets.
Fabbri agreed to terms on a two-year, $5.9 million contract extension with Detroit on Monday.
After two years dealing with knee injuries in St. Louis, Fabbri revitalized his career in Detroit, as he racked up 31 points in 52 outings for the Wings. The 23-year-old winger should continue filling a second-line role with Detroit heading into the 2020-21 campaign and could challenge the 20-goal mark next year.
Fabbri netted 31 points in 52 games prior to the mid-March pause of play.
While the offensive pace was the best of his career, Fabbri's minus-29 jumps off the page for all the wrong reasons. The 2014 first-round pick has received a ton of power-play time in his first year in Detroit (2:50 on average) and has turned that opportunity into six goals and three assists with the man advantage. Those in deeper leagues should be able to find a use for a guy that chips in 0.60 points per game but should also be aware of the aforementioned plus/minus issues before trying to make use of the 24-year-old.
Fabbri secured the game-winning goal on the power play Friday for a 2-1 victory over the Blackhawks.
Fabbri blasted a one-timer for his 30th point in 50 games as a Red Wing. Even though his new team is the worst in the league, the former Blues winger can take solace in the fact that he's been healthy this year while averaging a tick under 16 minutes of ice time per game; a career high after parts of five seasons.
Fabbri (knee) has deemed himself good to go for Saturday's game against the Senators, Helene St. James of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Fabbri missed Thursday's game against Minnesota with a knee injury, but he was never expected to be sidelined for long. The 24-year-old winger will return to a featured role Saturday, skating on Detroit's top line and first power-play unit against Ottawa.
Fabbri (knee) won't play Thursday against the Wild.
Fabbri's injury isn't believed to be overly serious, so he should be ready to return sooner rather than later. The 24-year-old winger will be reevaluated ahead of Saturday's game against the Senators.
Barri (knee) is questionable to play against the Wild on Thursday.
Fabbri exited Tuesday's game against the Devils after an apparent knee-on-knee hit from rookie Jack Hughes, and the 24-year-old Fabbri, who has an unfortunate history of knee injuries, didn't return to the contest. Luckily, head coach Jeff Blashill doesn't believe it's serious. If Fabbri is unable to suit up Thursday, though, expect Brendan Perlini to fill in on the top line.
Fabbri did not return to Tuesday's game against the Devils after an apparent knee-on-knee hit from Jack Hughes, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Fabbri went to the locker room after the hit and didn't return. After the game, head coach Jeff Blashill had no update on the 24-year-old's status, per Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site. The Red Wings' next game is Thursday against the Wild -- expect an update on Fabbri between now and then.
Fabbri (undisclosed) will play in Sunday's game versus the Flames, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Fabbri missed Saturday's practice because he was "nicked up," but he's ready to rock. The 2014 first-round pick has performed well with the Red Wings this season, posting 28 points (12 goals, 16 assists), but his minus-25 rating is disappointing.
Head coach Jeff Blashill said Fabbri is "nicked up" and didn't practice Saturday, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Blashill also said he expects Fabbri to play Sunday versus the Flames, but it's worth monitoring the situation. The 24-year-old has been an intriguing fantasy asset this season with 28 points (12 goals, 16 assists), although his minus-25 rating makes him a high-risk play as well.
Fabbri scored the Red Wings' opening goal Tuesday in a 4-3 win over the Canadiens.
This was Fabbri's first point since returning from a minor jaw against the Sabres last Thursday. With 12 goals and 16 assists through 44 games, he's been a diamond in the rough for a Red Wings team that is experiencing massive growing pains in GM Steve Yzerman's first year directing the entire franchise.
Fabbri (jaw) is ready to play Thursday against the Devils, Dana Wakiji of the Red Wings' official site reports.
Coach Jeff Blashill was unwilling to divulge lineup changes prior to the contest, but Fabbri should be a lock to rejoin the action after a one-game absence. The 24-year-old winger has seen an uptick in his offensive production and playing time since moving into a more sizable role with Detroit, collecting 27 points over 40 games while logging a career-high 17:01 of average ice time. He never saw more than 15:37 of average ice time in any of his seasons with the Blues.
Fabbri (jaw) won't be in the lineup for Tuesday's road game versus the Sabres.
Fabbri remains day-to-day but won't dress in Buffalo. At this point, his status beyond that remains up in the air, but Fabbri will now turn his attention toward getting healthy in time to face the Devils in New Jersey on Thursday.
Fabbri (jaw) is considered questionable for Tuesday's game versus the Sabres, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Fabbri didn't return to Sunday's game versus the Bruins after sustaining an upper-body injury, and it has since been clarified as a jaw injury. If he plays Tuesday, it wouldn't be surprising to see him wear a full mask. The 24-year-old has thrived with the Red Wings, posting 27 points (11 goals, 16 assists) over 40 games, and he'll play on the top six once he's ready.
Fabbri (upper body) won't return to Sunday's game versus the Bruins.
Fabbri was sandwiched between Chris Wagner and Par Lindholm in the first period and went straight to the locker room. While there's no detail on the nature of his injury, it's positive news that Fabbri isn't dealing with another knee injury. There should be details on his timeline before Tuesday's road game versus the Sabres.
Fabbri scored a goal and an assist in Friday's 4-2 loss to the Rangers.
Both points came in the third period after the Wings were already in a 4-0 hole. Fabbri put together a solid January, scoring two goals and eight points in 11 games, and the move to Detroit earlier this season has the 24-year-old on pace for a career-best campaign.
Fabbri recorded an assist and two hits in Monday's 6-3 loss to the Avalanche.
The 23-year-old's solid season has continued with a goal and five helpers in nine appearances in January. Fabbri has 24 points (11 tallies, 13 assists), 73 shots on goal and 46 hits in 42 games despite playing for an offensively-challenged Red Wings team.
Fabbri earned a primary assist Sunday in a 5-1 loss to the Sabres.
Fabbri set up Madison Bowey for a quick blast from the point. The former Blues winger continues to impress his new team, with 10 goals and 11 assists representing his point total through 29 games. Despite owning the league's worst record and clearly being in rebuild mode, Detroit should at least entertain the thought of re-signing Fabbri before his one-year deal expires in July.
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