Center Colin Fraser of the Los Angeles Kings says a major key to beating Chicago in the Western Conference final series, which begins today, is to frustrate Blackhawks center/captain Jonathan Toews.
Colin Fraser is projected to replace Brad Richardson on Los Angeles' fourth line Thursday night in Game 2 versus St. Louis.
Center Colin Fraser, restored to the Los Angeles lineup after being scratched the previous four games, led the way to a 3-1 victory over the Oilers in Edmonton on Tuesday night by anchoring his team's fourth line and aggressively going to the net for a goal that was a thing of beauty for the Kings.
Colin Fraser could find himself in the lineup against the Red Wings on Sunday.
Colin Fraser re-signed with the Kings on a two-year, $1.65 million deal.
Colin Fraser was overjoyed to win his second Stanley Cup in the last three years, but this championship was different because he got to play a regular role in Los Angeles' playoff run.
Colin Fraser thinks one similarity the Stanley Cup winning 2010 Chicago Blackhawks and 2012 Los Angeles Kings share is their depth.
Colin Fraser scored a goal in the Kings' 2-1 overtime victory on Wednesday.
Colin Fraser (personal) has returned to the Los Angeles Kings.
Coach Darryl Sutter said that Colin Fraser is expected to return from Alberta on Thursday, but he isn't slated to play in Game 3 against Phoenix.
Colin Fraser (personal) may not be available for Game 3 on Thursday night.
Colin Fraser left the team on Tuesday afternoon due to family reasons, so he wasn't available to play in Game 2 against Phoenix later that night.
According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, the Los Angeles Kings' dispute over the Colin Fraser-for-Ryan Smyth trade has been settled.
The Los Angeles Kings have activated Colin Fraser from their non-roster list and he will make his season debut against Vancouver on Thursday night.