Frazer McLaren

#23LW,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 230
Born:
Birth Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Draft: 2007 7th round (203rd pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • NHL Western Conference Final: A battle of teams exorcising playoff demons
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    NHL Western Conference Final: A battle of teams exorcising playoff demons

    If you are in need of an example of a team that got hot at the right time, look no further than the Predators. Pekka Rinne and company have annihilated the competition, sweeping the heavily favored Chicago Blackhawks and making almost equally as quick work of the St. Louis Blues. Now, they enter the Western Conference Final for the first time in the history of the franchise. X-factor: Ryan Ellis. Nashville always has a defenseman who goes from sleeper to an on-the-radar threat. Ellis is the current player in that rotation as he leads the team in scoring whilst manning the blue line. The difference maker for the Predators: Not just one player is carrying the team. After the first round we discussed

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    Dallas Stars: Games to watch

    October 7th, 2017 After opening their season against Vegas, Dallas travels to St. Louis for their first road game of the season. The game serves as the opening game against a Central Division opponent this season, which will be crucial for a pursuit of a playoff spot. It is also a homecoming for new Stars coach Ken Hitchcock, who coached the Blues from 2011-2017 and was fired by the Blues last season. Hitchcock led the Blues to a playoff appearance in each of his seasons with the team. November 16th, 2017 One of the Stars biggest signings of the offseason was goaltender Ben Bishop. While he has bounced around with a number of teams, he saw his highest success with the Tampa Bay Lightning. Dallas

  • Top 25 San Jose Sharks Under 25: No. 20 Scott Reedy might be a perfect organizational fit
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    Top 25 San Jose Sharks Under 25: No. 20 Scott Reedy might be a perfect organizational fit

    The second 2017 draft pick to make our top 25 list came at a bit of a cost. San Jose traded their fourth round (123rd overall) and sixth round (174th overall) picks to the New York Rangers in exchange for a fourth round (102nd overall) pick in order to draft Scott Reedy. At 102, it’s surprising that Reedy hadn’t already been picked - draft projections had him between 40th and 77th. It’s likely he would have been taken before the Sharks’ 123rd pick. It’d be difficult to make a case that Reedy wasn’t worth it. A Prior Lake, Minnesota native, Reedy grew up around hockey. His older brother, Will, plays in the North American Hockey League. Scott says he looked up to his brother and that they pushed