Jeff Frazee

G / New Jersey Devils / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Frazee Signs To Play In Italy

      News: Jeff Frazee signed a contract with HC Valpellice of the Elite A league in Italy, the team's website reports.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee played in one game with the Devils in 2012-13 and spent most of the last three seasons with AHL Albany. He had a 2.58 GAA in 28 minor league games last season and will now work on his game abroad.
    • Devils GM Intends To Re-Sign Frazee

      News: Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said Wednesday that he has "every intention" of re-signing Jeff Frazee, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee spent nearly all of the final year of his two-year, two-way contract with the Devils playing for AHL Albany, where the 26-year-old posted a 2.58 GAA and a .916 save percentage. He played less than 19 minutes in just one game with New Jersey, but it sounds like the team wants to keep Frazee in the organization.
    • Devils' Frazee Sent To AHL

      News: Jeff Frazee has been returned to AHL Albany, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee, who saw just 19 minutes of ice time and three shots during his recall -- will head back down to the minors with Martin Brodeur having been activated from IR.
    • Devils' Frazee Perfect In Relief

      News: Jeff Frazee turned away all three shots he faced in the third period of Saturday's game against Carolina. He entered the net to start the frame after starter Johan Hedberg struggled.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee wasn't expected to see much playing time while Martin Brodeur recovers from a back injury, but Hedberg has been atrocious -- Frazee might get the tap sooner rather than later.
    • Devils' Frazee Doesn't Anticipate A Start

      News: Jeff Frazee believes he won't start either of the Devils' games this weekend, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee was recalled by the Devils on Wednesday to backup Johan Hedberg while Martin Brodeur (back) is out of the lineup. It's unlikely that Frazee will start either of the Devils' contests this weekend against Carolina or Winnipeg, but there's no definitive word.
    • Devils Recall Frazee

      News: The Devils have recalled Jeff Frazee, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports.
      Analysis: Jeff Frazee, who is 7-9-4 with a 2.33 goals-against average in 21 games for Albany to date, will replace Keith Kinkaid in the Devils' goaltending mix (joining Johan Hedberg) for now, with Martin Brodeur still not ready to play.
    • Devils Send Frazee To AHL

      News: Jeff Frazee was assigned to the AHL on Saturday, Bergen Record writer Tom Gulitti reports.
      Analysis: With a sub-.900 save percentage in the AHL, this year, Jeff Frazee could use a bit more polish.
    • Devils Recall Frazee

      News: Jeff Frazee has been called up by the Devils, ESPN New York reports.
      Analysis: With Martin Brodeur dealing with an ankle injury, the Devils needed some extra depth in the net for the next few days. Brodeur said he could play if necessary, so chances are this callup will not last long for Jeff Frazee.
    • Devils' Frazee Out With Hyperextended Elbow

      News: Jeff Frazee has reportedly been out with a hyperextended elbow, The Bergen Record reports.
      Analysis: It is an unfortunate injury for Jeff Frazee, who was considered to be one of the first players in line to be called up for the Devils if need be. Hopefully he can make a quick recovery.
    • Frazee Re-Signs With Devils

      News: Frazee re-signed with New Jersey, inking a two-year, two-way contract, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulittireports.
      Analysis: Frazee can expect another season in the AHL with Johan Hedberg being the highest paid spectator in the Prudential Center. Frazee hasn't been able to solidify a role beyond AHL prospect with the Devils, but will be around for at least two more years and should be one of the first players called up if Martin Brodeur or Hedberg becomes injured.
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