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Robyn Regehr #28

2000-2001 Consistency Charts

Position: Defence
6-3 Weight: 218
Shoots: Left
Last Team: Calgary
League: NHL
Birthdate: April 19, 1980
Home:Recife, Brazil


Robyn Regehr

Regular Season


Year Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM GP G A Pts PIM
97-98 Kamloops 65 4 10 14 -- 120 5 0 3 3 8
98-99 Kamloops 54 12 20 32 +37 130 12 1 4 5 21
99-00 St. John 5 0 0 0 -3 0 -- -- -- -- --
99-00 Calgary 57 5 7 12 -2 46 -- -- -- -- --
00-01 Calgary 71 1 3 4 -7 70 -- -- -- -- --
Robyn Regehr came to the Flames organization within the infamous Theo Fleury trade, though not announced on the day of the deal. The Flames sent Fleury and winger Chris Dingman to the Colorado Avalanche for Rene Corbet, Wade Belak, a 2nd round pick (Jarret Stoll), and the option to select one of the Avalanche's top prospects off a very secret list. A few weeks later the Flames announced the choice was Robyn Regehr. ... Regehr was hurt in serious car accident during that summer, breaking both his legs. He surprised the hockey world by recovering to play that same fall with the Calgary Flames. ... Regehr is the NHL's only Brazilian born hockey player.

Robyn Regehr is a hulking defensive defenceman that combines his size and strength with excellent hockey knowledge and positioning to be force in the Flames zone. To be at his best Regehr needs to play with a chip on his shoulder, a consistency that he has struggled to find.
Large, strong defenceman are a hot commodity in the NHL and Regehr is one of the more intriquing players within this group. He has the ability to be a defensive all star once he can find more consistency with his physical game, play a more nasty style, and cut back on his youthful mistakes. Off the ice Regehr is captaincy material, a very congenial player.


2001 Highlights: The 2000-01 season was a tough one for Regehr and all his Calgary teammates. Many of the youthful core shared in a full season stall of development as little went well in the Stampede City. Regehr saw a decline in offensive production from his rookie season.
Background: Regehr was one of four first round draft picks made by the Colorado Avalanche in 1998, along with Alex Tanguay, Martin Skoula and Scott Parker. Regehr represented Team Canada at both the 1999 and 2000 World Junior Championships.



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