Stephane Robidas skated 1st time today after docs clearance from shoulder surgery and removal of screw from previous broken leg. Looked OK.
Robidas returns to #Leafs lineup tonight.
Toronto Sun "With one of its last picks in the 1995 draft, the Montreal Canadiens chose a home-province defenceman who had not done much in junior to warrant attention. On Wednesday, Stephane Robidas plays in game No. 900, the eighth-longest surviving NHLer from that draft. Many thought the 37-year-old was..." November 12
The Score "With the opening of training camp a mere two weeks away, Toronto Maple Leafs defender Stephane Robidas hasn't been cleared for contact. That probably isn't something the passionate fans in the center of the hockey universe want to hear about their club's biggest offseason acquisition, but to..." September 04
Pro Hockey Talk "The Anaheim Ducks have been extremely busy in the day prior to the NHL trade deadline. Having already flipped Dustin Penner to Washington and Viktor Fasth to Edmonton, the Ducks solidified their back end by acquiring veteran blueliner Stephane Robidas from Dallas, according to the O.C...." March 04
Dallas Morning News "Stephane Robidas hasn't played in a game, since late November but that hasn't stopped teams from inquiring about him. TSN's Darren Dreger said in a tweet that Robidas has attracted trade interest ahead of the March 5 deadline and that the defenseman was expected back in mid-March. Robidas..." March 03
Dallas Morning News "The Dallas Stars announced today that defenseman Stephane Robidas has been placed on injured reserve, and will be out 4-6 months, after suffering a leg fracture during Saturday night’s contest against the Chicago Blackhawks. The team also announced that defenseman Jamie Oleksiak has been recalled..." November 30
Dallas Morning News "Q: As I look at the roster and see a proverbial no-man's land for players who have facial hair but don't yet use walkers (in hockey years), I see both Morrow and Robidas. What will happen to these two who are in the Death Valley of Stars players? I'm getting fairly tired of my favorites leaving..." July 26
Dallas Morning News "Stars defenseman Stephane Robidas might be the hardest working man in hockey. Despite leading the Stars in average time on ice for the past three seasons, Robidas also is typically the first person on the practice ice and one of the last off of it. He almost never takes an ``optional'' practice..." January 04
Dallas Morning News "Stephane Robidas sat his second game with a foot injury. Robidas was hit in practice with a shot and has had soreness when trying to skate. He could be available for Monday's game at St. Louis, Gulutzan said. The Stars put defenseman Philip Larsen (thigh contusion) back into the lineup, but..." December 24