Detroit Red Wings sign Robby Fabbri to two-year contract extension

Detroit Free Press

The Detroit Red Wings announced on Monday they have signed forward Robby Fabbri to a two-year contract extension.

Terms of the new contract were not made available. He was under contract for $900,000 last season. 

The Wings acquired Fabbri via trade with the Blues early last season. The 24-year-old recorded 31 points in 52 games with Detroit last season. He had a plus/minus rating of minus-29, though.

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Fabbri is the Wings’ nominee for the Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy this season, given to the player “who best exemplifies qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.”

He suffered an ACL tear in his left knee in 2017, but the 2014 first-round draft pick has scored 46 goals and 104 points in 216 career games.

Contact Kirkland Crawford: Follow him on Twitter @HiKirkHere.

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