Slovakian forward Branislav Fabry has split time between Slovan Bratislava and Zilina in Slovakia’s top league, and has also spent time with Bratislava’s junior squad. The Bratislava native was very productive at the junior level, picking up 16 points in 16 games, but in a lesser role in the Extraleague has produced just one assist in 21 games. Fabry was chosen to play for Slovakia at the 2005 World Junior Championships, where he turned in a good performance for the offensively challenged Slovaks.
Fabry has the makings of an efficient two-way forward. He’s not afraid of physical play, and has modest offensive skills. There’s no flash in his game
After a decent showing in the Sabres and Amerks (AHL) 2005 training camps, Fabry elected to return to Europe where he played in a lower-level Slovakian league. The move has caused him a to fade as a prospect, so 2006-07 represents perhaps his last chance to make an impression with the Sabres front office.