Found December 28, 2011 on nhl.com:
PLAYERS: Mark Fraser
TEAMS: Anaheim Ducks
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Fraser Ducks defenseman Mark Fraser has been assigned to the Syrcause Crunch of the AHL on a conditioning loan. Fraser remains on the Ducks 23-man roster and can ...
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