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Robb Stauber (born November 25, 1967 in Duluth, Minnesota, U.S.) is an American, former professional ice hockey goaltender who played 62 NHL regular season games between 1989 and 1995. He was drafted in the sixth round, 107th overall, by the Los Angeles Kings in the 1986 NHL Entry Draft.
Stauber played collegiately at the University of Minnesota, and was the recipient of the Hobey Baker Award for top men's collegiate hockey player during the 1987–88 season. He also represented the United States at the 1987 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships 1989 Ice Hockey World Championship tournaments.
He made his National Hockey League debut with the Kings during the 1989–90 season, appearing in two games. He was traded (along with Alexei Zhitnik, Charlie Huddy, and a draft pick) to the Buffalo Sabres (for Grant Fuhr, Denis Tsygurov, and Philippe Boucher) during the 1994–95 season. Stauber appeared in just six games with the Sabres in that season, and had no further NHL experience.
Stauber has spent the remained of his professional career in the AHL and IHL, and most recently has played three seasons with the Jacksonville Barracudas in three different leagues -- the Atlantic Coast Hockey League, WHA2, and Southern Professional Hockey League.
Post Hockey CareerEdit
Robb now runs Stauber's Goalcreasein Edina Minnesota, and Blaine, Minnesota, which is one of the premier goal tending training centers in the nation.
- Hobey Baker Award (top player in NCAA): 1987–1988 season
- WCHA First All-Star Team (1988)
- WCHA Goaltender of the Year (1988, 1989)
- WCHA Most Valuable Player (1988)
- NCAA West First All-American Team (1988)
- WCHA Second All-Star Team (1989)
- Robb Stauber's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Robb Stauber's biography at Legends of Hockey
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