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Robbie Earl
Robbie Earl
Left Wing
Number: 38
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 195
Shoots: Left
Born: Jun 2, 1985
Birthplace: Chicago, IL, United States
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Acquired: From Toronto in exchange for LW Ryan Hamilton, January 21, 2009.
Drafted: TOR / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (187th overall)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Became the second Wild player (Kurtis Foster) to score his first two NHL goals in the same game…Led all Wild rookies in points during the 2009-10 season with six (6-0=6)…Has played 41 NHL games with Toronto and Minnesota.

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS
Appeared in 32 games, totaling six goals and a +1 rating while averaging 8:56 TOI…Led the team in shooting percentage, scoring on 20.7% of his shots…The Wild was 18-9-5 with Earl in the lineup...Tallied sixth and final goal of the season vs. FLA (3/9)…Notched a goal in back-to-back games vs. DET (1/21) and vs. CBJ (1/23)…Scored a goal and registered four hits at MTL (12/17)…Totaled a season-high five hits vs. PHX (11/18)…Scored his first two NHL goals in an overtime loss at CAR (11/15)… Missed one game (12/19) due to illness… Was recalled from Houston on six occasions through the season… Played in 41 games with Houston (AHL) and totaled 18 points (10-8=18) with two PPG.

2008-09 HIGHLIGHTS
Collected nine points (4-5=9) in 33 games with Houston after totaling 10 points (2-8=10) in 36 games with the Toronto Marlies…Notched nine points (5-4=9) in 20 playoff games with Houston.

2007-08 HIGHLIGHTS
Played in nine games with the Toronto Maple Leafs…Made his NHL debut and collected his first NHL point with an assist against OTT (2/2)…Totaled a career-high 47 points (14-33=47) in 66 games with the Marlies.

2006-07 HIGHLIGHTS
Skated in 67 games with the Marlies…Notched 30 points (12-18=30).

2005-06 HIGHLIGHTS
Skated in one game with the Marlies at the completion of his college career…Skated in three playoff contests…Led the University of Wisconsin to the 2006 NCAA Championship and was named the Tournament MVP after helping the Badgers to a 2-1 win over Boston College in the championship game…Finished the season with 50 points on 24 goals and 26 assists in 42 games. Wrapped up his three-year college career with 121 points (58-63=121) in 125 games.

2004-05 HIGHLIGHTS
Was named to the WCHA Second All-Star Team after racking up 44 points (20-24=44) in 41 games.

2003-04 HIGHLIGHTS
Named as a member of the WCHA All-Rookie Team after scoring 14 goals and 13 assists in 42 games.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
Acquired by Minnesota from Toronto in exchange for Ryan Hamilton, January 21, 2009;
Selected by Toronto in the sixth round (187th overall) in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft.

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