Future Watch: Robby Fabbri Hockey Cards, St. Louis Blues

Future Watch: Robby Fabbri Hockey Cards, St. Louis Blues – Robby Fabbri was a star in junior hockey. He played for the Guelph Storm. He was more than a point-per-game player, much more, his last two seasons but because of the kind of game he played he would get banged up.

At 5-10, 180, he can fly and he is a gifted play-making center but when he wants to score, he goes in the slot and that can be a dangerous place. In just one season since he was drafted 21st overall by the St. Louis Blues in 2014 he made it all the way to the Memorial Cup, in a losing effort and he improved his game and strength as much as any prospect on earth. He was knocking at the door to making the team in training camp and started out strong.

He did get a concussion but since his return he’s been hot. He has 7 points in his first 21 games. Four of them are goals. The more this season goes on the better he’ll get.

Owning a few international tournament gold medals helped him to get where he is today. Right now he’s a rookie on a veteran team with Stanley Cup aspirations and he’s fit in seamlessly.

Robby Fabbri’s key NHL rookie card is his Young Guns card from 2015-16 Upper Deck Series 1 Hockey. He also has autographs and memorabilia cards in 2015 Upper Deck Team Canada.

Here’s a look at some of his NHL Draft Day comments:

Here’s a look at some of Fabbri’s OHL snipes:

Here’s a look at his first NHL goal:

He has the tools and the determination to be a special player in the NHL. Collectors should make sure he’s on their radar for this season and going forward.

Robby Fabbri NHL Player Profile

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Russ Cohen

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