Stephane Robidas D TOR 1 Month

Robidas will be a healthy scratch Friday against the Red Wings, Jonas Siegel of TSN Radio 1050 reports.

Although Robidas received clearance to play to begin the season, it seems he's still feeling the effects of the fractured right leg that limited him through most of training camp. He hasn't done much to demonstrate the shutdown defensive ability he's shown in the past, but that should come as he regains some conditioning. Jake Gardiner will spell him on Friday, but Robidas probably won't become a regular fixture in the press box for the Leafs.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 2 Months

Robidas (leg) will make his preseason debut Friday, James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail reports.

Robidas has been seemingly healthy for the last week, but the Leafs didn't want to risk the possibility of the defenseman enduring a setback in his recovery from the broken leg. Instead, it looks like he'll only need one tune-up game in order to prepare for the start of the regular season. Robidas will slide in next to Dion Phaneuf on the top pairing Friday.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 2 Months

Robidas (leg) has been cleared for contact, David Alter of Sportsnet reports.

Robidas broke his leg in the playoffs, but has been skating on his own the past few days, and was finally cleared for contact Saturday. He's expected to suit up for the Leafs' final preseason game.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 2 Months

Robidas (leg) took the ice for the first time during training camp Monday, Jonas Siegel of TSN 1050 reports.

Robidas is still recovering from breaking his leg during the playoffs while playing for the Ducks, but it's a good sign that he's been cleared to return to the ice. He should be ready to suit up when the regular season begins.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 2 Months

Robidas (leg) has yet to receive clearance for contact drills during training camp, TSN's Mark Masters reports.

Robidas is still on the mend from the broken leg he suffered with the Ducks in the postseason, but the expectation is that he'll be at full health for the final two preseason games. Following the offseason trade of Carl Gunnarsson to the Blues, Robidas could be asked to join Dion Phaneuf on the team's top defensive pairing.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 5 Months

Stephane Robidas said he's about 95 percent recovered from a broken leg he suffered in April.

He's expected to be paired with Morgan Rielly or Jake Gardiner in 2014-15 to add a veteran presence. "Leadership, compete, character, (Robidas) has all the things we're looking for," GM Dave Nonis said. "People that I know, that Brendan knows, all speak very highly of him. He won't be terribly vocal, but in terms of leading by example, he's a guy we targeted right away." He also gives the Leafs another right-handed shot on the back end.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 5 Months

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed defenseman Stephane Robidas to a three-year/$9 million contract.

There were plenty of teams interested in the 37-year-old defenseman but he chose the Maple Leafs. He broke his leg twice last season but he should be 100 percent by training camp if he is not so already. Robidas is a solid defenseman who can score a bit but his veteran presence will help on the ice and in the dressing room.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 5 Months

The agent for UFA defenseman Stephane Robidas claims his client is fielding offers from a numbers of teams interested in acquiring his services.

Robidas is reportedly seeking a 2-3 year contract and has been contacted by as many as eight different clubs. The blueliner is believed to have fully recovered from the broken leg that ended his season in April and has assured teams he'll be at 100 percent by the start of training camp.

Stephane Robidas D TOR 6 Months

Stephane Robidas, whose season ended due to a broken right leg, is interested in extending his career.

Robidas was limited to 38 games in 2013-14. The 37-year-old defenseman is set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer and Ducks GM Bob Murray didn't seem willing to confirm or deny his team's interest. "He liked it here," Murray said. "Most guys when they come here, they like it here and you can't blame them. It's a good organization. We have great ownership. I'm sure he likes it here, but it's a process over the next couple of weeks regarding the direction we're going. I thought he was getting better every game before the injury. I feel real bad for him because he's a warrior and a character guy, so he'd definitely a consideration. We're evaluating everything. "

Stephane Robidas D TOR 7 Months

Stephane Robidas suffered a broken right leg during Monday's game against Dallas.

Robidas will miss the rest of the playoffs as a result. This is a very unfortunate setback for everyone involved. Robidas logged a little over 20 minutes for the Ducks in Games 1 and 2 of their first round series against Dallas, which highlights how much Anaheim has come to rely on him since he was acquired from the Stars in March. At the age of 37, it's also possible that this is bringing an end to Robidas' last postseason run.