|Assets:||Was at his best when he went one on one against top forwards, since he could shut the best down with intimidation and poise. Had an accurate point shot, great size, sound hockey sense, mobility (for a big man) and an exemplary work ethic.|
|Flaws:||Didn't put up significant offensive numbers throughout his career. Was a little bit too hesitant with the puck on his stick, since he was not a natural stickhandler. Could be guilty of being a little too aggressive at times, resulting in a few bad penalties.|
|Career Potential:||Quality, physical shutdown defenseman.|
|NHL||Stanley Cup||2013-14 (Los Angeles)|
|NHL||Played in the NHL YoungStars Game||2001-02|
|Canadian Major Junior||Third All-Star Team||1998-99|
|WHL||West First All-Star Team||1998-99|
|1/09/2016||Signed by the Calgary Flames to a one-day contract and announced his retirement.|
|4/14/2015||Announced his retirement.|
|1/19/2015||Missed 12 games (hand injury).|
|12/19/2014||Upper body injury, injured reserve.|
|11/15/2014||Missed 3 games (undisclosed).|
|6/13/2014||Missed the last 18 playoff games (knee injury).|
|4/12/2014||Missed 3 games (undisclosed).|
|5/30/2013||Signed by the Los Angeles Kings to a two-year contract extension.|
|4/01/2013||Acquired from the Buffalo Sabres.|
|2/10/2013||Missed 7 games (lower body injury).|
|2/02/2013||Lower body injury, injured reserve.|
|1/29/2013||Lower body injury, day-to-day.|
|3/05/2012||Missed 1 game (hip injury).|
|3/03/2012||Hip injury, day-to-day.|
|1/24/2012||Missed 4 games (upper body injury).|
|1/16/2012||Upper body injury, day-to-day.|
|11/29/2011||Missed 1 game (upper body injury).|
|11/26/2011||Upper body injury, day-to-day.|
|6/25/2011||Acquired from the Calgary Flames.|
|1/17/2011||Missed 2 games (leg injury).|
|1/14/2011||Leg injury, day-to-day.|
|11/24/2010||Missed 1 game (knee injury).|
|11/22/2010||Knee injury, day-to-day.|
|12/09/2009||Missed 1 game (leg injury).|
|12/07/2009||Leg injury, day-to-day.|
|4/27/2009||Missed 5 regular season and 6 playoff games (knee injury).|
|4/03/2009||Knee injury, sidelined indefinitely.|
|11/04/2008||Missed 1 game (undisclosed).|
|10/11/2008||Missed 1 game (personal reasons).|
|10/09/2008||Personal reasons, day-to-day.|
|7/02/2007||Re-signed by the Calgary Flames to a five-year contract extension.|
|4/23/2007||Missed Game 3, 4, 5 and 6 of Round One against the Detroit Red Wings (knee injury).|
|4/19/2007||Knee injury, day-to-day.|
|4/15/2007||Missed the last 2 games of the regular season and Game 1 of Round One against the Detroit Red Wings (knee injury).|
|4/07/2007||Knee injury, day-to-day.|
|1/30/2007||Missed 2 games (flu).|
|11/03/2005||Missed 14 games (sprained knee).|
|9/29/2005||Sprained knee, sidelined indefinitely.|
|6/05/2003||Re-signed by the Calgary Flames.|
|2/15/2003||Missed 6 games (rib injury).|
|2/04/2003||Rib injury, day-to-day.|
|8/01/2002||Re-signed by the Calgary Flames.|
|1/03/2001||Missed 2 games (knee injury).|
|12/29/2000||Knee injury, day-to-day.|
|11/18/2000||Missed 6 games (knee injury).|
|11/04/2000||Knee injury, sidelined indefinitely.|
|4/01/2013||Buffalo Sabres traded Robyn Regehr to the Los Angeles Kings for second-round draft picks in 2014 and 2015.|
|6/25/2011||Calgary Flames traded Robyn Regehr, Ales Kotalik and a 2nd round selection in 2012 to the Buffalo Sabres for Chris Butler and Paul Byron.|
|2/28/1999||Calgary Flames traded Theoren Fleury and Chris Dingman to the Colorado Avalanche for Rene Corbet, Wade Belak, Robyn Regehr and Colorado's 2nd round compensatory choice (Jarret Stoll) in 2002.|
|6/27/1998||Drafted by the Colorado Avalanche in the 1st round (19th overall) in 1998.|
Robyn Regehr helped Kings even while hurt | 06/20/2014 1:30 PM
NewsKings captain Dustin Brown recently talked about why he chose to let the injured Robyn Regehr be the second player to lift the Cup in 2014.
ImpactBrown said it came down to Regehr or Gaborik given that they were the two veterans on the team that hadn't previously won the Stanley Cup with Los Angeles in 2012. "With Reg, again, he got hurt in Round 2, but no one saw other than us what he did in the locker room," Brown said. "He dressed, warm-ups, he was very vocal and a big part of our team inside that locker room that none of you guys got to see. At the end of the day, he's been a part of this team, and he's a big reason why we won." Regehr had three goals and 14 points in 79 games during the regular season.
Robyn Regehr may retire after Kings win Cup | 06/14/2014 10:35 AM
NewsKings defenseman Robyn Regehr sounded like a man who is considering retirement after his team won the Stanley Cup Friday night.
Impact"It's a huge part of it because that's what it's all about," Regehr said. "It's about being involved with a championship-winning team. Now I can check that box. Talking to the guys that had done it before, it's something they'll remember and cherish forever. Now I'll have the feelings and memories forever." Regehr is a 15-year NHL veteran who recovered from a knee injury and sat out the last three rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Robyn Regehr OUT for Game 3 | 06/09/2014 8:23 PM
NewsKings defenseman Robyn Regehr will not play in Monday's game against the Rangers.
Katie Strang on Twitter
ImpactThere was some hope the veteran might be able to suit up for Game 3, but his knee injury will keep him sidelined for at least one more night.
Robyn Regehr's status remains unclear | 06/09/2014 6:18 PM
NewsIt's still uncertain if Robyn Regehr will play in Game 3 on Monday night.
ImpactHe has been cleared to do so for over a week now, but he hasn't been in game action for over five weeks. "We'll just do it as games go along, warmups go along, how guys feel," coach Darryl Sutter said. If he does suit up on Monday then Matt Greene will probably be the one who comes out of the lineup.
Robyn Regehr may not play in the series | 06/09/2014 8:00 AM
NewsThere is a chance that Robyn Regehr (knee) may not play in the Stanley Cup Final.
ImpactWhether or not he plays has nothing to do if he is ready to go but rather it has been five weeks since Regehr last played and the Kings may not want to have him play and still be rusty in the Cup Final. "I believe yesterday it's five weeks," coach Darryl Sutter said. "Darn right it's a consideration when you think about it."
Robyn Regehr not in the lineup for Game 2 | 06/07/2014 8:43 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) is not in the lineup for the Kings in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final.
ImpactHe is sitting for a 15th straight game because of a knee injury. Regehr did participate in the warmup and there's a good chance that he plays in Game 3 on Monday.
Robyn Regehr will be a game-time decision | 06/07/2014 4:54 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) will be a game-time decision for Saturday's match against the New York Rangers.
Helene Elliott on Twitter
ImpactCoach Darryl Sutter said a decision on Regehr's status will be made after the pregame warmup. It isn't clear yet who Regehr would be replacing if he plays for the first time since May 3.
Robyn Regehr will probably return Saturday | 06/06/2014 2:52 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) is probable for Game 2 on Saturday.
Tom Gulitti on Twitter
ImpactIf it were up to Regehr, he might have played in Game 1, but it looks like he's now on the same page as Kings coach Darryl Sutter. Regehr has been sidelined since May 3.
Robyn Regehr remains doubtful for Game 1 | 06/04/2014 1:35 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) probably won't play in Game 1, according to Kings coach Darryl Sutter.
Tom Gulitti on Twitter
ImpactRegehr thinks he's up to playing though and it's possible that Sutter is just trying to keep his lineup changes a secret. Regehr hasn't played since May 3.
Robyn Regehr (knee) will not play in Game 7 | 05/31/2014 10:25 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) will not play in Game 7 for the Kings against the Blackhawks.
L.A. Kings Insider
ImpactThe veteran blueliner has not played since May 3 after suffering a knee injury. Though Kings coach Darryl Sutter initially called him "doubtful," he soon elaborated more. "He's been skating for a week," Sutter said. "He's been out for a month, so . he hasn't had contact, per se. He would not be available. I think there are two other pairs that are, for the most part, playing as well as they can."
Robyn Regehr (knee) practices, won't play | 05/30/2014 5:45 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) will not return on Friday.
ImpactRegehr has been sidelined since May 3. "Still got some work to do - on ice conditioning now, getting up to speed as best I can, things like that, taking some contact, doing one-on-ones," Regehr said. He was able to fully participate in Friday's practice.
Robyn Regehr (knee) unsure when he'll return | 05/26/2014 1:41 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) took part in Monday's morning session.
Helene Elliott on Twitter
ImpactHe got back on the ice for the first time on Sunday and isn't sure when he'll be available to return to the lineup. "I can't put a timeline on it. I really don't know," he said. "I've been making steps forward and really hoping to avoid any sort of regression."
Robyn Regeht skates at practice Sunday | 05/26/2014 8:02 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) skated at practice on Sunday.
ImpactIt was the first time since Regehr injured his kneed on May 3 that he was on the ice. He was injured during the first game of the Conference semi-finals against the Ducks. He is still day-to-day but it is encouraging news for Kings fans that he is back on the ice. He has two assists in eight playoff games this season.
Robyn Regehr misses Friday's skate | 05/23/2014 4:18 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (knee) didn't skate on Friday.
ImpactRegehr hasn't played since May 3 and it doesn't look like his return is imminent. He has two assists in eight playoff games.
Knee injury is holding Robyn Regehr back | 05/22/2014 6:21 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr's undisclosed ailment is a knee injury.
ImpactHe hasn't skated since he was injured in Game 1 during Round 2 of the postseason. "If he could play on one leg, he would," coach Darryl Sutter said. "He showed it last year in the playoffs ... if there's a way to skate, he'd be playing."
Robyn Regehr doesn't skate Tuesday | 05/21/2014 9:41 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr (undisclosed) didn't take part in the Kings' Tuesday morning skate.
ImpactRegehr hasn't been on the ice since suffering an injury in Game 1 of the second round. As you might imagine, he's not expected to return to the Kings' lineup in the near future.
Robyn Regehr hasn't resumed skating yet | 05/20/2014 10:52 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr (undisclosed) hasn't resumed skating yet and there's no timetable in place for his return to the lineup.
ImpactHe was injured in the first period of Game 1 against Anaheim in Round 2 and he hasn't played since. The Kings were able to get one veteran back in their lineup on Sunday when Willie Mitchell returned.
Robyn Regehr isn't expected to play Thursday | 05/07/2014 4:45 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (undisclosed) won't be able to return on Thursday.
Pierre LeBrun on Twitter
ImpactRegehr has two assists in eight postseason games. He was hurt when he was checked into the boards by Teemu Selanne on Saturday.
Robyn Regehr unlikely to play Monday | 05/05/2014 8:14 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr is unlikely to play on Monday after he was knocked into the boards by Teemu Selanne in Game 1 Saturday.
Los Angeles Daily News
ImpactRegehr did not return to action after the injury halfway through the first period and the Kings were forced to play with only five defensemen. Coach Darryl Sutter did not elaborate on the injury so we will consider the defensive defenseman day-to-day for now. He will be replaced in the lineup by Jeff Schultz.
Kings' D-man Robyn Regehr injured in Anaheim | 05/04/2014 12:25 AM
NewsLos Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr left Game 1 of the Western Conference second round playoff series Saturday night against the Anaheim Ducks midway through the first period with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
ImpactRegher's last shift ended with 10:05 remaining in the period. He was hit into the boards behind his own net by Ducks forward Teemu Selanne midway through the shift but was able to remain involved in the play and made a pass to help get the puck out of the zone. He did not return for the second period, and the Kings announced early in the third that he was done for the night. The Kings opened the series without the services of another veteran defenseman, Willie Mitchell (undisclosed injury). Despite the Kings' 3-2 overtime win Saturday, Regehr and particularly his defense surely would be missed by the team if he has to miss more playoff action.
Robyn Regehr gets an assist vs. Sharks Monday | 04/29/2014 10:12 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr recorded an assist in a 4-1 win over San Jose in Game 6.
ImpactIt was Regehr's second assist of the postseason. He's a defensive defenseman that has 186 points in 1,022 career regular season contests.
Robyn Regehr set to return Saturday night | 04/12/2014 6:43 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr (undisclosed) is projected to get back into Los Angeles' lineup Saturday night.
ImpactHe has missed the past three games with an undisclosed ailment.
Robyn Regehr (undisclosed) is out Wednesday | 04/09/2014 6:21 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr has sustained an undisclosed injury.
Los Angeles Times
ImpactRegehr will miss Wednesday's game as a result. He has 13 points and 44 penalty minutes in 78 contests this season.
Robyn Regehr a fantasy asset of late | 03/10/2014 8:21 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr has two goals, four points and a plus-nine rating in his last seven games.
ImpactWell we can honestly say that we did not see this coming from the defensive defenseman. If you picked him up at the start of the streak then kudos to you but we cannot see this continuing as he has three goals and 12 points in 65 games with a plus-nine rating.
Regehr scores in OT | 02/07/2014 3:07 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr scored on a slap shot 2:33 into overtime to give the Kings a come-from-behind 2-1 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets Thursday night at Staples Center.
ImpactIt was his second goal of the season, both against Columbus, and his first career overtime goal. He also has seven assists in 59 games this season. Defenseman Jake Muzzin scored the other goal for the Kings.
Robyn Regeher to play in 1000th game today | 02/01/2014 11:27 AM
NewsDefenseman Robyn Regehr will play in his 1,000th NHL game today when the Los Angeles Kings entertain the Philadelphia Flyers.
ImpactHe will reach the milestone at 33 years of age, in 14 seasons with the Kings, Buffalo Sabres and Calgary Flames. Regehr was a prospect in Calgary's organization on the night of July 4, 1999. He was driving to the Saskatchewan town of Rosthern with his brother, Dinho, and two female passengers when a car veered into their lane and hit them head on. Regehr had multiple fractures in his left leg and a puncture wound in his right leg. Two people in the other car died. Regehr had surgery to have two screws inserted in his left leg and was hospitalized for nine days. But he made his NHL debut that October, and that season became the youngest nominee for the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy. "You've got to remember, a guy like Robyn Regehr, he wasn't supposed to play," Kings coach Darryl Sutter said. "He was a car accident injury away from hardly ever playing one game. So for him to get to this point is pretty significant."
Robyn Regehr approaches 1000-game mark | 01/31/2014 9:46 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr needs to play in just one more game to reach 1,000.
ImpactRegehr hasn't missed a significant portion of a campaign since 2005-06 and even then he still managed to play in 68 contests. He's just 33 years old, so while he's reaching an impressive career milestone, he's not slowing down yet.
Robyn Regehr playing better positional hockey | 10/27/2013 8:06 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr has been playing better positional hockey this season.
ImpactThe 33-year-old blueliner has no fantasy value but is a valued member of the Kings defense as he is a steadying force. "I think if you look at Robyn as a player, he's always been known as a tough defender. He's a really good defender," said assistant coach John Stevens. "He gets people isolated along the boards and below the goal line, the plays he stops there. On top of that, he's not going to lead the rush, but he's capable of getting the puck and moving it up, getting it to his partner and making a support play. I think he's been very effective for us in that regard the last couple games."
Robyn Regehr is over surgery on arm | 09/13/2013 10:06 PM
NewsLos Angeles Kings defenseman Robyn Regehr said that the only thing lingering from a fairly grotesque-sounding arm surgery is a scar.
LA Kings Insider
ImpactHe needed an offseason surgery to remove a bursa from his elbow thanks to a cut that got worse and worse as the 2013 playoffs went on. He's not a big fantasy contributor, yet a healthy Regehr could mean subtly healthier numbers for Jonathan Quick.
Robyn Regehr needs arm surgery | 06/10/2013 5:25 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr played through an arm injury that require surgery.
Jon Rosen on Twitter
ImpactRegehr had an assist and a minus-eight rating in 18 playoff games. He inked a two-year extension with the Kings after being acquired from the Buffalo Sabres for a pair of second-round draft picks.
Robyn Regehr scores on own goal in Game 2 | 06/03/2013 9:45 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr accidentally deflected the puck into his own net in Sunday's Game 2 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Los Angeles Times
ImpactRegehr's "goal" was credited to Bryan Bickell and gave Chicago a 3-0 lead. "I was coming back to the net and saw the defenseman was taking a shot and I tried to get the puck rather than get his stick and I think it hit my stick and went in," Regehr said. "On that one, you've got to tie up the guy a little bit better and let Jonathan (Quick) find the puck."
Kings re-up Robyn Regehr with 2-year contract | 05/30/2013 5:42 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr has signed a two-year contract with the Los Angeles Kings.
Lisa Dillman on Twitter
ImpactAccording to a source, he will earn $3 million per season in his new deal. Regehr skated in 12 regular-season contests and 13 playoff games with the Kings after being acquired from Buffalo. He won't dazzle anyone on the scoresheet, but he can contribute in hits and blocks.
Robyn Regehr breaks nose again | 05/12/2013 9:25 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr broke his nose for the second time in Game 5.
Los Angeles Daily News
ImpactRegehr also broke his nose in Game 1 after David Backes kicked him in the face and it was broken again on Wednesday when he was clipped by the high-stick of T.J. Oshie. Regehr has been paired with Drew Doughty and the duo have been terrific in the playoffs.
Kings need to improve third period play | 05/06/2013 8:34 AM
NewsThe Los Angeles Kings need to improve their play in the third period according to defenseman Robyn Regehr.
ImpactThe Kings gave up an overtime goal in Game 1 and a poor goal in Game 2, while sitting back in Game 3 and allowing the Blues to outshoot them 10-2. "Yeah, I think we want to improve in third periods, most definitely," Regehr said. "We gave up the late goal in St. Louis in Game 2, and also just sat back too much here last night in Game 3. So for us, we want to come out and play an assertive, aggressive game. We want to be the one skating, getting pucks in, getting our forecheck going, things like that, because you want to put teams under constant pressure, and that's usually where you either tire them out or get your best chances. So we didn't do a very good job of that the last couple games, and most definitely we want to improve on that."
Robyn Regehr broke his nose Tuesday | 05/01/2013 6:19 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr suffered a broken nose in Tuesday night's overtime loss to St. Louis.
Pierre LeBrun on Twitter
ImpactHe told TSN and ESPN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun that he was hit by heel of David Backes' skate and he wasn't cut by it. Regehr returned to the game after going off for some repairs and he ended up with 22:08 of ice time.
Robyn Regehr returns getting cut by skate | 04/30/2013 10:33 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr was cut in face by a skate, but he has returned to Tuesday's contest.
ImpactMust be playoff hockey. He went to the locker room for repairs after getting clipped by the skate of Blues forward David Backes. It's good to see that he was able to come back.
Jeff Carter loves the play of Robyn Regehr | 04/08/2013 8:31 AM
NewsJeff Carter loves the play of new teammate Robyn Regehr.
Los Angeles Daily News
ImpactCarter has been impressed with the veteran Regehr who will really help the Kings in the playoffs with his tough play. "I think I only played against him a few times. When I came to the West, he went to the East," Carter said. "I mean, he's just a hard-nosed, big, strong guy. He's almost like a bully out there. He's always in your face. Every time you turn around, he's there. It's great for us back there." We cannot recommend the defenseman in fantasy pools but he will be a valuable asset for the Kings on the ice with his defensive play.
Robyn Regehr gets a point in Kings' debut | 04/05/2013 10:14 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr registered an assist in his Kings' debut.
Los Angeles Times
ImpactRegehr also had six hits and a plus-two rating in 18:25 minutes of playing time. He'll aide the Kings defensively, but he doesn't usually do much offensively.
Robyn Regehr to make Kings debut | 04/04/2013 4:53 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr will make his Los Angeles debut Thursday night.
ImpactHe is slated to play with Keaton Ellerby on the Kings' third pairing, which will bump Alec Martinez out of the lineup. Regehr's only fantasy value is in leagues that credit hits and blocks, otherwise he shouldn't be on your radar.
Robyn Regehr still not with Kings after trade | 04/02/2013 3:05 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr has not yet joined the Kings and is in Los Angeles being examined by the team's doctors.
Helene Elliott on Twitter
ImpactThe Kings gave up two second-round picks to acquire Regehr in a trade with the Sabres on Monday. Once he joins the team, Regehr should be a steadying force for the defending Stanley Cup champions but is unlikely to affect your fantasy league down the stretch. The veteran defenseman has just two assists and 21 penalty minutes in 29 games this season.
Kings get Robyn Regehr from the Sabres | 04/01/2013 8:58 PM
NewsRobyn Regehr has been acquired by the Los Angeles Kings.
ImpactThe Sabres will receive a pair of second round picks from the Kings, a nice haul for the defenseman who is in the last year of his contract. Regehr will provide the Kings with a steadying presence on the blueline but will not have a lot of fantasy value as he has only two assists this season in 29 games with 21 penalty minutes and a minus-four rating. He was required to waive the no-movement clause in his contract, which he did for a shot at the Stanley Cup.
Regehr could be dealt before Wednesday | 03/30/2013 10:01 AM
NewsWe expect Robyn Regehr's name to come up in trade talks this week.
ImpactThe steady rearguard is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st and Buffalo will likely move him for a prospect or a draft pick provided he waives his partial no-trade clause. There are plenty of teams that can use Regehr's services so a deal is likely.
Robyn Regehr returns from lower body injury | 02/11/2013 9:42 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr was able to return from a lower body injury on Sunday.
ImpactRegehr recorded three hits and logged 17:59 minutes of playing time in the Sabres' 3-1 loss. He was sidelined for seven consecutive contests.
| 02/11/2013 2:53 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr was activated from the IL on Sunday February 10.
Robyn Regehr questionable for Sunday' game | 02/10/2013 11:26 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr (lower body) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Boston Bruins.
Official website of the Boston Bruins
ImpactRegehr brings strong, quality leadership to a young Buffalo squad, but will not help your fantasy team.
Robin Regehr closing in on return to lineup | 02/08/2013 9:36 AM
NewsRobin Regehr (lower body) was a full participant in Thursday's morning skate and could return to the lineup Saturday.
ImpactRegehr has been sidelined since Jan. 29 with what's believed to be an ankle injury and would have to be activated off injured reserve before he could return. Still, this is more of an FYI since Regehr is a far better defenseman in real life than fantasy leagues.
Robyn Regehr sits Tuesday with LBI | 01/30/2013 11:38 AM
NewsRobyn Regehr didn't play on Tuesday with what is believed to be a short-term injury to his lower body.
ImpactAccording to a report from Sportsnet's Chris Johnston, Regehr was seen leaving First Niagara Center with a walking boot on his right foot. Consider him day-to-day for now.
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|Power Play Goals||5||2005-06 (Cgy)|
|Shorthanded Goals||1||2007-08 (Cgy)|
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