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Robyn Regehr
Robyn Regehr
Defenceman
(reh-GUHR)
Number: 28
Height: 6' 3"
Weight: 222
Shoots: Left
Born: 19 Apr 1980  (Age 33)
Birthplace: Recife, Brazil
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Acquired: From Colorado on Feb. 28, 1998 with Rene Corbet, Wade Belak and a conditional draft choice for Chris Dingman and Theoren Fleury DRAFTED: COL - 1st round, 19th overall, in 1998 Entry Draft
Drafted: COL / 1998 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 1st (19th overall)
2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS:

Played his 750th career game on Oct.10 ... had a pair of assists and a team high +3 on Oct.22 ... led the team in hits (5) and blocked shots (3) on Nov.12 ... led team in hits (5) on Nov.13 ... had a team high in hits (5) on Nov.19 ... missed Nov.22 with an injury ... led the team in hits (4) on Dec.16 ... led the team in blocked shots (5) on Dec.18 ... registered his 150th career point with an assist and tied a team high (+3) on Dec.27 ... missed Jan.14-15 with a lower body injury ... returned on Jan.17 and led the team in hits (4) ... passed Theoren Fleury (791) for third on the Flames all-time games played list (Jan.19) ... led the team in blocked shots (4) and scored his first goal of the season on Feb.5 ... played his 800th career game and registered two assists on Feb.9 ... had a five game point streak Feb.3-11 ... had his third multi-assist game and was a team high +4 on Feb.14 ... scored his 2nd goal on Mar.1

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

2009-10: Registered one assist in the home opening game on Oct.1 ... picked up an assist and was a +3 on Oct.16 ... picked up an assist and was a +3 for the second consecutive game on Oct.20 ... had a career high six game assist streak with an assist on Nov.4 ... missed the Dec.7 game with an injury ... played in his 700 career NHL game on Dec.19 ... broke a 141 game goaless drought on Jan.18 ... scored his second goal on Mar.14

2008-09:
Played in his ninth NHL season (all with Flames) … collected eight assists and was a +10 in 75 games … missed the opening game of the season for the birth of his first child (boy) on Oct.9 CGY 0 @ VAN 6 ... played in his 600th career game on Oct.30 BOS 2 @ CGY 3 ... missed one game with a lower body injury on Nov.2 CGY 2 @ ANA 3 ... was a season high +3 on Nov.18 COL 1 @ CGY 4 ... registered his 100th career assist on Nov.29 VAN 1 @ CGY 3 ...played in his 618th career game on Dec.9 CGY 1 @ MTL 4 to pass Gary Suter for second spot amongst Flames blueliners - only Al MacInnis has played more at 803 ... missed the last 5 games of the regular season with an injury. PLAYOFFS: Missed all playoff games with an injury

2007-08: Finished 3rd amongst Flames defencemen in points (20), goals (5) and +/- (+11), 4th in assists (15) and PIMS (79) … finished 18th amongst NHL defencemen in hits (154) … had his first multi-point game of the season with a pair of assists on Oct.18 LA 3 @ CGY 4 ... scored his first goal of the season on Oct.24 MIN 3 @ CGY 5 ... left the game with a foot injury after blocking a shot on Dec.6 PIT 3 @ CGY 2 SO ... had a pair of assists on Dec.27 CGY 3 @ VAN 5 ... scored a short-handed goal on Feb.26 COL 3 @ CGY 2 (OT) ... PLAYOFFS: played in all seven playoff games registering two assists, two penalty minutes and averaging 21:49 in ice time which was the 3rd highest on the team ... registered an assist on the game winning goal on Apr.20 SJ 0 @ CGY 2

2006-07: His seventh season with the Flames, scored two goals and added 19 assists in 78 games … Flames were 2-0-0-0 when scoring … averaged 21:54 minutes of ice time, 4th amongst Flames defenceman … tied a career high point and assist streak with 3 assists in 3 games (Nov. 3-7, 2006) …
registered one assist, tied for the team lead with a +3, and led all Flames in hits with 3 on Dec.12 vs. MIN (W 5-2) ... had a season high 5 blocked shots on Jan.11 @ COL (W 7-3) ... missed two games with the flu (Jan.26-28) ... registered his first multi-point game of the season with one goal and two assists on Feb.2 vs. CLB (W 6-2), and was named the games 2nd star ... added an assists on Feb.3 vs. VAN (W 4-3) ... scored the game tying goal on Feb.28 vs. MIN (W 2-1 SO), and was the game 1st star ... tied a season high with a +3 on Mar.3 @ EDM (W 4-2) ... played his 500th career game on Mar. 15 vs. DAL (L 2-4) … registered his 100th career point with an assist on Mar.31 @ VAN (W 3-2) … PLAYOFFS: played in one of the six games vs. DET due to a knee injury

2005-06: Is the inaugural player recipient of the J.R. McCaig Award … set new career highs in goals (6), assists (20) and points 67 while playing 68 games in his sixth NHL season … led the team in average ice-time (23:08) … scored 10 points at home and 16 on the road … Flames were 5-1-0 when scoring … posted three MP games – Flames were 3-0-0 during these games … assisted the GW goal and went +2 on Apr. 11 vs. ANA ... scored a PP goal and added a PP assist on Mar. 23 at STL ... posted three assists (2 PP and an assist on the GW goal) for a new career high for points in a game (3) on Feb. 6 at SJ ... played in his 400th NHL career game on Jan. 29 at CHI … assisted the GW goal on Jan. 23 at EDM ... scored the GW/PP goal on Jan. 21 vs. BUF ... assisted the GW goal on Jan. 6 vs. TOR ... assisted the GW goal on Jan. 2 vs. CHI ... was a +3 on Dec. 31 vs. EDM ... scored the GW/PP goal on Dec. 26 at VAN … assisted the OT winner on Dec. 10 vs. OTT ... recorded two assists including one on the game-winner on Dec. 3 at PIT ... assisted the GW/PP goal on Nov. 16 vs. DET ... played his first game of the season on Nov. 3 vs. CLB after missing 14 games due to a knee injury … averaged a team leading 23:08 of ice-time … missed 14 games due to injury … PLAYOFFS: played in all seven games vs. ANA scoring four points (1g, 3a), a +3 rating and six PIMs … 3rd on the team in ice-time (22:22), T-4th in points, T-4th in assists and T-2nd in +/- … posted a PP assist in GM2 vs. ANA on Apr.23 … scored PP goal and PP assist in GM3 at ANA on Apr. 25 … assisted the opening goal in GM6 vs. ANA on May 1

2004-05: Represented Canada at the World Cup of Hockey and the World Championships …

2003-04: Established new career highs in points (18), assists (14), +/- (+14) and GP (82) in his fifth season … was one of only five Flames’ players to appear in all 82 regular season games … finished 3rd on the team in defence scoring (18 points) … notched 10 points (3g, 7a) at home and eight points (1g, 7a) on the road … recorded seven points (2g, 5a) on the PP and two SH assists … Flames were unbeaten 2-0-2-0 when scoring … posted two MA games – Flames were 2-0-0-0 during these games … posted two assists and went +2 on Apr. 2 at LA ... scored the GW/PP goal on Feb. 15 at MIN (his first NHL GW goal) ... posted two assists on Jan. 10 vs. FLA ... assisted the GW goal on Dec. 11 vs. CAR ... posted an assist and went +3 on Dec. 7 vs. PIT ... played in his 300th NHL career game on Nov. 22 vs. CHI ... named an Assistant Captain on Oct. 8 … averaged 22:21 of ice-time … PLAYOFFS: made his NHL playoff debut posting nine points (2g, 7a) and 20 PIMs in 26 games … finished 2nd on the Flames and 3rd in the NHL among defence scoring leaders with nine points … posted four assists in seven games vs. VAN ... recorded three assists in game 6 on Apr. 17 vs. VAN ... posted an assist (his first NHL playoff point) and went +2 on Apr. 13 vs. VAN ... played in his first NHL playoff game on Apr. 7 at VAN … played in all six games vs. DET scoring one goal ... scored the Flames’ 1st goal (also his first NHL career playoff goal) and went +2 in GAME 1 at DET … played in all six games in the Western Conference Championship vs. SJ scoring one goal and a +3 rating ... scored an EN goal in Game 6 vs. SJ on May 19 ... notched three PP assists in seven games in the Stanley Cup Finals vs. TB (Game 3 vs. TB on May 29, Game 2 on May 27 at TB and in his first Stanley Cup Finals game on May 25 at TB) … averaged 26:27 of ice-time

2002-03: Posted a new career high 12 assists in his fourth NHL season … was 2nd on the team in average ice-time per-game: 22:45 … played in 76 games with the Flames … posted three assists on the PP and one SH… assisted the GW goal on Apr. 5 at EDM ... recorded a PP assist on Mar. 16 at ANA ... posted a PP assist on Mar. 13 vs. TOR ... was a +3 on Jan. 20 vs. EDM ... assisted the SH/GW goal and went +2 on Jan. 7 at COL ... assisted the GT goal on Nov. 2 vs. COL ... assisted the GW goal on Oct. 31 vs. BUF… missed six games due to injury … averaged 22:45 minutes of ice-time

2001-02: Played in this third NHL season appearing in 77 games with the Flames … posted eight points (2g, 6a) and 93 penalty minutes … finished 4th on the team in PIMs (93) … recorded six points (2g, 4a) at even strength and two assists on the PP … posted six points (1g, 5a) at home and two points (1g, 1a) on the road … Flames were 1-1-0-0 when scoring a goal … played in the 2002 Young Stars Game at the All-Star Weekend … assisted the GT goal on Dec. 31 vs. EDM ... posted an assist on the Flames’ first goal and went +2 in a 2-1 win vs. CLB on Nov. 1 ... averaged 20:53 minutes of ice-time … missed two games due to injury

2000-01: Finished 4th on the team in penalty minutes (70), 2nd in hits (171), 1st in blocked shots (104) and 5th in average time on ice (19:42) in his second season in the NHL … played the second most games amongst Flames rearguards (71) … scored a goal and added at an assist at home and posted two assists on the road … posted three points (1g, 2a) at even strength and one power play assist … went +3 on Feb. 10 at VAN … played his 100th NHL career game on Feb. 9 at COL … scored a goal on Nov. 18 vs. NYR … averaged 19:42 minutes of ice-time … missed eight games due to injury

1999-00: Played in his first NHL season appearing in 57 games with Calgary … was the Flames nominee for the Masterton Trophy - the youngest nominee in history … won the Scurfield Humanitarian Award as the Flames player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, determination and leadership on the ice combined with dedication to community service … led Flames rookies in goals (5) ... recorded his first NHL career MP game on Feb. 25 vs. Phoenix (2a) ... returned to the line-up on Feb. 9 after missing 11 games due to injury ... scored his first NHL career goal on Nov. 10 vs. SJ (Vernon) ... posted a point in back-to-back games (Nov. 6 & 10) ...recorded his first NHL career point on Nov. 6 vs. FLA (assist) ... played his first NHL career game on Oct. 28 at OTT going +1 ... recorded 10 points (3g, 7a) at home and two goals on the road … averaged 18:24 minutes of ice-time … recalled from Saint John on Oct. 28 ... made his professional debut playing in five games with the Saint John Flames of the American Hockey League … was assigned to Saint John on a two-week conditioning assignment on Oct. 14 following rehabilitation of leg injuries suffered in a car accident in July

INTERNATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS:

2006: Posted one assist at the 2006 Winter Olympics

2005: Won a silver medal with Canada at the World Championships

2004: Played with teammate Jarome Iginla on the championship winning Team Canada at the World Cup of Hockey

2000: Was a member of Team Canada at the 2000 World Championships.

JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS:

Played three seasons with Kamloops of the Western Hockey League (WHL) … in 183 games with Kamloops, Regehr collected 69 points (20 goals, 49 assists) and 346 penalty minutes… 1998-99 – played on the WHL finalist Kamloops Blazers recording 32 points (12g, 20a) in 54 regular season games and five points (1g, 4a) in 12 post season games … named to WHL West First All-Star Team … 1997-98 – played his second season with the Blazers posting 14 points in 65 games … 1996-97 – played in his rookie season in the WHL posting 23 points (4g, 19a) in 64 games with Kamloops.