Breaking: Red Wings Trade Robby Fabbri to Ducks for Goaltender Gage Alexander

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The Detroit Red Wings have traded center Robby Fabbri to the Anaheim Ducks for goaltender Gage Alexander and a conditional fourth round draft pick in the 2025 NHL draft. This is now the fourth goalie that the Red Wings have on their roster. The goalie position was something that general manager Steve Yzerman said during his press conference after the 2023-24 season that needed to be addressed.

Anaheim will receive the earlier of Detroit’s fourth-round pick or Boston’s fourth-round pick in 2025 which was previously acquired by Detroit in March of 2023.

“Robby is a grit and sandpaper type of player that plays with energy and fits with what we are trying to do,” Ducks General Manager Pat Verbeek said. “He also possesses a nice combination of skill and scoring ability that we need.” Fabbri was part of the 2019 St. Louis Blues team that won the Stanley Cup after being in last place in the NHL during the 2019-20 season. During this season Fabbri played 52 games for the Blues and scored 14 goals and added 17 assists.

In 68 games played for the Red Wings during the 2023-24 season Fabbri scored 18 goals and added 14 assists. These 18 goals were the sixth most on the Red Wings during this season. These 18 goals were tied for the most The Red Wings are clearly trying to answer the goalie situation. The two goalies that are making their way through the organization are Sebastian Cossa and Trey Augustine.

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