Robinson, 29, will be returning for his third season in a Steelheads sweater after earning team Most Valuable Player honors in 2013-14. He had 37 points (12g-25a) in 47 games last season for Idaho with a team-best +19 rating. Just as important as individual numbers, the team’s winning percentage when Robinson was in the lineup was over .630. The Mercyhurst University product had a career-best eight-game point streak from Nov. 23 to Dec. 14.
Robinson captured a Kelly Cup championship with Cincinnati in 2010, scoring the game-winning goal in the Cyclones’ title-clinching goal in Game 5 of the Kelly Cup Finals against the Steelheads. That season, he recorded 12 points (9g-3a) in 23 postseason games.
A native of North York, Ontario, Robinson has tallied 150 points (59g-91a) in 232 career ECHL games with Cincinnati, Greenville and Idaho.