COLIN FRASER RUMORS & GOSSIP
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. With a Stanley Cup title and two conference championship appearances since Darryl Sutter took over as coach in December of 2011, the Kings have earned their place among the NHL's elite.
Once an afterthought, they're now 12-1 favorites to win their second Stanley Cup in three seasons and picked fourth by oddsmakers behind defending champion Chicago, Pittsburgh...
Los Angeles Kings defenseman Jake Muzzin dropped the gloves with San Jose Sharks forward Andrew Desjardins after he leveled Colin Fraser. Muzzin wanted to stand up for his teammate, even though Desjardins dished out a clean hit. Unfortunately for Muzzin, he didn’t win the fight and and he earned 19 penalty minutes on the play for an Instigator (2 min), Instigator with a visor...
It’s with heavy hearts that we get back to what we do on BC. For those of you who want to stay updated on the Jessica Ghawi (Redfield) story, we encourage you to visit her brother Jordan Ghawi’s blog for more information. It seemed appropriate this morning to show you a hockey Twitpic, specifically the future of the sport.
That’s Calder Fraser hoisting the Cup with his father...
from Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun, The festivities included a bagpipper ushering his son, Christopher, and Kings forward Colin Fraser into a banquet hall, with a pair of RCMP officers part of the parade.
“I was lucky to be able to get it for a couple of days, to tie it in with the golf tournament,” Sutter said. “Then, it goes to the farm — and that’s better.”
The Los Angeles Kings have finalized contracts with forwards Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser.
The Stanley Cup champions announced the deals on Monday. The Kings confirmed tentative agreements on both contracts last Friday.
Stoll gets a three-year deal worth $9.75 million, while Fraser has a two-year deal worth $1.65 million.
Stoll and Fraser were key depth forwards during Los Angeles...
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June 25, 2012
The Los Angeles Kings reached agreements in principle Friday to re-sign centers Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser, two big contributors to their Stanley Cup title run.
Stoll's three-year deal is expected to be worth $9.75 million, while Fraser will get a two-year deal worth $1.65 million.
The Kings have the entire core of their first championship team under contract except power...
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June 23, 2012
The Los Angeles Kings have reached agreements in principle to re-sign centers Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser, two big contributors to their Stanley Cup title run.
The Kings say they reached the deals Friday.
Stoll, who turns 30 on Sunday, is the Kings' third-line center and faceoff specialist. He also plays extensively on the Kings' penalty kill.
The veteran has spent the...
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June 22, 2012
The Los Angeles Kings have nominated defensive center Colin Fraser for the Bill Masterton Trophy, an award presented annually by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. Though by definition it honors a player who displays "qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, and dedication to hockey", in recent years it has gone to a higher profile player who has missed significant...
The Los Angeles Kings have activated forward Colin Fraser from the non-roster list.
He will likely make his season debut against the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday.
Fraser was acquired by the Kings from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for Ryan Smyth. However, the Kings claimed that they were traded an injured player, saying Fraser hadn't recover from surgery on his broken foot...
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The Los Angeles Kings have activated forward Colin Fraser from their non-roster list.
Fraser is expected to debut with the Kings on Thursday night against the Vancouver Canucks.
Los Angeles acquired Fraser from the Edmonton Oilers in late June when veteran Ryan Smyth demanded a trade back to Alberta.
The Kings then accused the Oilers of trading an injured player when they determined...
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November 10, 2011