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Brad Staubitz | Winger

Team: Toronto Maple Leafs
Age / DOB:  (30) / 7/28/1984
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 203
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The Maple Leafs acquired tough guy Brad Staubitz from Anaheim in the Peter Holland trade.
Staubitz will report to the Marlies of the AHL for the time being. From a fantasy perspective, should Staubitz return to the NHL he can contribute penalty minutes but has no offensive ability. Sat, Nov 16, 2013 12:07:00 PM
Source: Toronto Sun

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Brad Staubitz has successfully cleared waivers.

Staubitz has no points and 10 penalty minutes in six AHL games this season. He still hasn't played in a game with the Anaheim Ducks in 2013-14.
Mon, Oct 21, 2013 12:20:00 PM

The Anaheim Ducks placed Brad Staubitz on waivers Sunday.

He obviously doesn't have a lot of potential, aside from PIM, and hasn't played in 2013-14 yet, so just an FYI.
Sun, Oct 20, 2013 02:17:00 PM

Brad Staubitz has passed through waivers and could be sent to Norfolk of the AHL.

Staubitz is on a one-way contract so he will be paid $650,000 in the AHL as well. He only played 15 NHL games last season with a goal and two points with 41 penalty minutes.
Mon, Sep 30, 2013 05:41:00 AM

The Anaheim Ducks have placed winger Brad Staubitz on waivers.

Staubitz is on a one-way contract so if he passes through waivers, part of his salary will still count against the cap. The rugged winger only played in 15 games last season with a goal and an assist with 41 penalty minutes. He has some value when in the NHL in penalty minutes but little else.
Sun, Sep 29, 2013 05:35:00 AM

Brad Staubitz netted his first goal of the season on Thursday.

It was just Staubitz's 15th game of 2013. He would have been a decent source of penalty minutes if he played regularly.
Fri, Apr 26, 2013 08:36:00 AM

Brad Staubitz made a rare appearance on Sunday.

It was only the 14th game of the season that Staubitz has seen action in as the Ducks have not needed his tough play of late. He saw only 6:22 minutes of action but led the team with five hits as he certainly was throwing his weight around. "My tanks are full," Staubitz quipped. "The assistant coaches I've been working with have been great. I've been staying motivated and everything. A good group of guys. It makes it easier that way. You do your thing, you work hard and you wait for your chances to play and contribute."
Mon, Apr 22, 2013 05:49:00 AM

Brad Staubitz (facial lacerations) was activated from the IL on Monday March 18.

Staubitz was out 10 days after requiring 35 stitches in his face to close a cut caused by the skate of Alex Tanguay. Staubitz played 7:59 minutes and had four hits in the game. His traditional value is in penalty minutes so if you need an enforcer, then Staubitz should be on your radar as he has 41 minutes in only nine games.
Tue, Mar 19, 2013 02:26:00 AM

Brad Staubitz practiced with his Duck teammates for the first time Thursday since sustaining facial lacerations in a game a week ago.

He did wear a visor to protect the 35 stitches he needed to repair the damage sustained when Alex Tanguay's skate sliced his face. Don't think Staubitz will be fighting in the near future which negates any fantasy value he may have.
Fri, Mar 15, 2013 08:04:00 AM

The Anaheim Ducks have placed Brad Staubitz (face) on the injured reserve list.

Staubitz was cut on the face by the skate of Alex Tanguay and required 35 stitches to sew it up. He was injured on Friday and actually returned to the game to finish it off. Staubitz was likely in your lineup only for penalty minutes so look elsewhere for now.
Tue, Mar 12, 2013 07:07:00 AM

Despite suffering a cut that required 35 stiches to sew up, Ducks forward Brad Staubitz is not interested in donning a visor.

"Obviously, the way the game's changing and stuff, you can see it more and more," Staubitz said. "It's good. It is safer. There's times where you see guys and if they didn't have it one, you're like (oh no)] who knows what would have happened. I think it is good that they're starting with them more and more. But I just haven't worn one since I've been in this league." The fact that wearing a visor would complicate the enforcer's ability to engage in fights is likely a major reason for his reluctance.
Sun, Mar 10, 2013 11:12:00 AM

Ducks forward Brad Staubitz left Friday's win momentarily after suffering a nasty injury.

Staubitz was cut for 35 stitches after he was inadvertently clipped by the skate of Flames forward Alex Tanguay, but he returned to the ice after being sewn up and actually went on to set up a goal scored by Sheldon Souray. If there was ever any doubt about his toughness, Friday's events should put that talk to rest.
Sat, Mar 9, 2013 11:22:00 AM

Do not be surprised to see Brad Staubitz pick up some penalty minutes on Monday and Wednesday.

The Ducks are in the midst of a back-to-back-to-back series with the Phoenix Coyotes with game two on Monday in Phoenix before the two teams head back to Anaheim for Wednesday's tilt. Brad Staubitz is the Ducks resident enforcer and should things get out of hand, look for him to get into a fight or two in the next couple of games. "It might get there," Coach Bruce Boudreau said of whether the rough stuff could get out of hand. "There was a lot of compete. I think there's a lot of little trash talk out there as well." Stay tuned.
Mon, Mar 4, 2013 05:26:00 AM

Brad Staubitz replaced Peter Holland on the fourth line Monday as Holland was a healthy scratch.

Coach Bruce Boudreau wanted the Ducks to be tougher Monday when they faced their cross-town rivals, the Los Angeles Kings so Patrick Maroon played center with Matt Beleskey also on the wing. Staubitz had three hits in 7:03 minutes of action in the 5-2 loss. He has value in pools that use penalty minutes as a category.
Tue, Feb 26, 2013 04:58:00 AM

Brad Staubitz received a game misconduct Friday night for spearing the Stars' Brenden Dillon.

Staubitz was only playing in his fourth game of the season, and even as an enforcer, cheap shots like this definitely won't endear him to coach Bruce Boudreau and the league. In 2:04, he had 17 penalty minutes.
Fri, Feb 8, 2013 09:29:00 PM

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