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Injured Fabbri to provide support and encouragement

NHL.com staff writer Mike Morreale gives us a look at the Blues' 2014 first-round pick as Fabbri deals with a tournament-ending high ankle sprain.

Robbie Fabbri moves the puck against Germany at the 2015 World Junior Championship. Photo by
Robbie Fabbri moves the puck against Germany at the 2015 World Junior Championship. Photo by
Andrea Cardin/HHOF-IIHF Images
TORONTO -- Robby Fabbri entered the mixed zone in the interview area using two crutches and in a walking boot on Sunday to discuss his new role with the Canadian National Junior Team after sustaining a tournament-ending high ankle sprain on Friday against Denmark in the 2015 IIHF World Junior Championship.
"The guys know that I'm here for them," Fabbri said. "I'm a cheerleader the next couple of days and I'll be there cheering them along the way."

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