• Fabbri was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2014 Ontario Hockey League Playoffs after registering 28 points (13-15—28) in 16 postseason games for Guelph, including three assists in the series clinching Game 5 victory over North Bay. It was the third OHL Championship in the Storm’s franchise history (also 1998 and 2004). He added six points (2-4—6) in four games at the 2014 Memorial Cup, with Guelph falling to the Edmonton Oil Kings in the championship game.
• During the 2013-14 regular-season, Fabbri finished third on the Storm with 87 points (45-42—87) in 58 games. Guelph finished with the top record in the OHL with 108 points (52-12-2-2).
• He captained the Mississauga Rebels to the 2012 OHL Cup Championship, a tournament that features the top 20 Minor Midget AAA teams from Ontario and the United States. Fabbri finished the tourney with eight points in seven games (4-4—8), as the Rebels defeated a Toronto Marlboros team featuring Sam Bennett (No. 1-ranked North American skater), Joshua Ho-Sang (No. 18-ranked North American skater) and Connor McDavid (draft eligible in 2015) in the championship game.
• Fabbri was a member of Canada’s gold medal-winning team at the 2013 Under-18 Ivan Hlinka Memorial and represented Team Ontario at the 2013 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.
• He models his game after Jeff Skinner: “He’s not a big guy, like me. Watching him, I’ve been able to see a few things that I can add to my game for my advantage.”
• He lists his older brother, Lenny, as the most influential person in his hockey career -- Lenny played for the University of Guelph in 2013-14.
GUELPH’S FABBRI USES MEMORIAL CUP LOSS AS MOTIVATION (click here)
FABBRI: QUICK STARTS KEY TO GUELPH’S MEMORIAL CUP RUN (click here)
OHL CHAMPION GUELPH STORM TAKE THEIR EXPLOSIVE OFFENSE TO MEMORIAL CUP (click here)
FABBRI POWERS GUELPH INTO WESTERN FINAL IN OHL (click here)
Los Angeles Kings
“Fake shot, backhand”
“Hands in the air”
Florida Georgia Line
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‘Give Me Back My Hometown’ by Eric Church
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