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Blues Robby Fabbri Medically Cleared

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St. Louis Blues forward Robby Fabbri has been medically cleared from the ACL injury that cost him the entire 2017-2018 season, according to a team announcement.

“He’s doing very well,” Blues general manager Doug Armstrong said in a statement. “He is up in Toronto working very hard and time is going to tell on this one. It’s very difficult, you feel for Robby. He was projecting to be such a good player and then these two injuries kept him out a year and a half.”

“We want to make sure we’re not putting him in a position to fail when he comes (to training camp),” Armstrong continued. “He’ll come back in and be hoping for the best, but expecting a little bit of readjustment. But health-wise, he’s doing good.”

Fabbri’s notched 29 goals and 37 assists in 123 games over two seasons with the Blues.

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Blues Won’t Commit to Craig Berube

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The St. Louis Blues won’t remain committed to interim head coach Craig Berube, who took over the reigns following the team’s dismissal of head coach Mike Yeo on Monday, and plan to conduct a “detailed search” for their next head coach, according to NHL.com’s Lou Korac.

Blues general manager Doug Armstrong made the comments during a press conference, adding that it’s possible a permanent replacement is hired midseason, adding that Hall of Fame defenseman and Stanley Cup-winning coach Larry Robinson will join Berube’s staff for around one month.

 

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Blues Place Jakub Jerabek On Waivers

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The St. Louis Blues have placed Jakub Jerabek on waivers, according to Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman.

Jerabek played in one game for St. Louis since coming over for the Edmonton Oilers prior to the start of the regular season.

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Blues Land Jakub Jerabek in Trade with Oilers

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The St. Louis Blues have acquired defenseman Jakub Jerabek via trade from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for a condition sixth-round draft pick in 2020, the team officially announced on Monday.

The draft pick could escalate to a fifth-rounder if Jerabek plays in more than 50 regular season games for the Blues this season.

Jerabek signed a one-year, $1 million contract with Edmonton back in August.

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