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Robert Lang

43-Year-Old Center – Free Agent

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2014-15 Fantasy Hockey Outlook

There was no outlook written for Robert Lang in 2014-15. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

SHOOTS:    HT: 6' 3"   WT: 220   DOB: 12/19/1970   DRAFTED: 7th Rd, #133 Overall in 1990   Show ContractHide Contract

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Robert Lang Contract Information:

Signed a one-year deal with the Coyotes in September of 2009.

April 23, 2010  –  Robert Lang News

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Lang (lower body) did not play on Friday night after seeing 9:37 in Tuesday's Game 4 loss to the Red Wings.

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Robert Lang NHL Stats
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Season Age League Team GP G A Pts +/- PIM SOG SH% GWG SHG TOI/G G A Pts TOI/G Hits BS
2009-10 38 64 9 20 29 -4 28 84 10.7 1 0 15:05 3 9 12 2:57 30 21

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Robert Lang: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Lang (lower body) could return the Coyotes' lineup as soon as Sunday's Game 3 against the Red Wings, MLive.com reports. "Maybe Sunday," Lang said. "It's getting good. You just want to make sure everything is 100 percent, especially in a series like this, You're going to be able to need to stake as hard as you can. If you can't be mobile, you can't help the team."

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During Saturday's practice, Lang (lower body) skated on a line with Taylor Pyatt and Lee Stempniak, according to the team's website

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Lang (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Friday, according to the team's website.

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Lang (lower-body) skated a full practice on Monday with no complaints, the Arizona Republic reports.

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Lang (lower-body) is still listed on the Coyotes' injury report and is day-to-day.

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Lang (lower body) skated Monday and remains day-to-day, the Arizona Republic reports

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Lang (lower body) didn't practice Monday and remains day-to-day, TSN.ca reports.

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Lang (lower body) was scratched Saturday night against the Ducks, according to the Arizona Republic.

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Lang posted the game-winner on Saturday as Phoenix beat San Jose, 2-1.

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Lang notched two assists in Phoenix's 3-2 overtime win in Anaheim on Sunday night.

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Lang opened the scoring in Phoenix's 5-2 win over Dallas on Friday night.

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Lang logged an assist on the lone Phoenix goal as the Coyotes lost 2-1 in Calgary on Wednesday night.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014-15

There was no outlook written for Robert Lang.

2010-11

Last season, Lang played the wily veteran that was looking at the twilight of his career. Appearing in 64 games, he recorded 29 points (9G 20A), his lowest numbers since 1997-98. His season was marred by injury and he didn't have the speed or skill that he once had. There are plenty of question marks surrounding Lang for 2010-11, especially what his future will hold with the club. If he does come back with the Coyotes, he doesn't look to put up the same numbers that he did with the Red Wings or or Blackhawks. He has to stay healthy first.

2008-09

Lang enjoyed his best season in 2000-01 while playing on the same line with Alex Kovalev, who also had his best season. Lang put up 80 points (38g/42a) while Kovalev went for 95 points (44g/51a). However, they will not be playing together to start the season. Lang is set to center the third line with Sergei Kostitsyn and Guillaume Latendresse.

2007-08

It's hard to believe that a 36-year-old is on the rise, but he will be getting more than the 17 minutes of ice time per game that he received while with the Red Wings last season. Given that he'll be skating alongside of the Hawks' leading scorer in Martin Havlat, Lang should have plenty of opportunities to contribute with assists if Havlat stays healthy, while also logging significant ice time with the man advantage.

2006-07

He's essentially a no-check czech, but if 65-75 points will satisfy you, that's within his range. Look for Lang to float between the top two lines in Detroit again this year. Also expect him to miss anywhere from 5-15 games with a variety of minor injuries.

2005-06

Probably the most underrated forward on the Red Wings, a creative, nifty skater and passer who sees the ice well. The new rules will help Lang's game, as will a training camp to get to know his new playmates better. He could be one of the sneaky values in 2005-06, as he's made a career out of floating beneath the radar. And best of all, his no-Czech style of play won't hurt your fantasy team one bit, albeit it could get under the skin of Mike Babcock now and again.