Colin Fraser

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      Colin Fraser: Announces retirement Wednesday

      Fraser announced his retirement from professional hockey Wednesday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports. Fraser signed a contract with the Nurnberg Ice Tigers of the German Ice Hockey League in June, but decided to retire from professional hockey mid-season due to "personal reasons." The 30-year-old three-time Stanley Cup Champion racked up 58 points (20 goals, 38 assists) in 359 career NHL games.

    • Blues Reassign Fraser

      News: Colin Fraser was reassigned to AHL Chicago on Saturday,'s Lou Korac reports.
      Analysis: The activation of Jaden Schwartz (foot) from injured reserve will force Colin Fraser back to the minors. The 29-year-old made his season debut for the Blues on Friday night, going minus-1 over his 4:42 of action.
    • Blues Recall Fraser From AHL Chicago

      News: Colin Fraser was recalled from AHL Chicago on Wednesday.
      Analysis: Colin Fraser was recalled along with fellow forward John McCarthy to provide the team with offensive depth.
    • Fraser Cut By Blues

      News: Colin Fraser was waived by the Blues on Monday, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
      Analysis: Colin Fraser was given the opportunity to compete for a bottom-six role with the Blues in training camp, but the team's considerable forward depth seemed to work against him. Though he possesses little in the way of offensive upside, Fraser was a key fourth-line player for the Kings during their two recent Stanley Cup runs. That experience could prompt another team to pick him up off waivers.
    • Colin Fraser Signs With St. Louis

      News: Colin Fraser signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Blues on Friday, the Blues' Official Site reports.
      Analysis: Colin Fraser spent last season between the Kings and the AHL's Manchester Monarchs. He managed to make 33 NHL appearances a year ago while tallying six points over the course of 2013-14 with the Kings. The 29-year-old will look to improve on those numbers by earning a full-time gig with the Blues before the season starts.
    • Fraser Recalled By Kings

      News: Colin Fraser was one of six players the Kings recalled from AHL Manchester on Sunday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: With Manchester's AHL season over, the team also recalled J.F. Berube, Andrew Bodnarchuk, Andrew Campbell, Brayden McNabb and Linden Vey. Colin Fraser recorded two helpers in 33 games with the Kings this season, and like his fellow recalls, he'll provide the big club with some added depth as the NHL playoffs progress.
    • Kings Reassign Fraser

      News: Colin Fraser was reassigned to AHL Manchester on Tuesday, Jon Rosen of LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Recalled last week to add depth to the Kings' third and fourth line for their first-round battle with the Sharks, Colin Fraser never ended up logging any ice time in the series.
    • Fraser Recalled By Kings

      News: The Kings have recalled Colin Fraser, Jon Rosen LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Colin Fraser recorded just two helpers in 33 games with the Kings this season, but with the team down 2-0 in their series to the Sharks, it appears as though Fraser will be worked into the lineup in Tuesday's Game 3.
    • Fraser Could Be Joining Kings Soon

      News: Colin Fraser appears set to rejoin the Kings, LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: Colin Fraser's missed five weeks with a broken hand suffered back in mid-March, but could be inserted into the lineup in an effort to jumpstart a Los Angeles team that's facing an 0-2 deficit against the Sharks.
    • Kings' Fraser Breaks Hand With AHL Club

      News: Colin Fraser broke his hand while playing for AHL Manchester on March 14 and is expected to miss four-to-six weeks, LA Kings Insider reports.
      Analysis: The Kings still plan to have Colin Fraser rejoin the Kings during the playoffs, assuming he heals properly. Even if healthy, Fraser is unlikely to see many meaningful minutes in the postseason.
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