Frazee Among Three Assigned To Trenton

Rookie goaltender Jeff Frazee was among three players assigned to the Trenton Devils yesterday, with Dave Caruso sticking in Lowell as Scott Clemmensen’s backup.

The team also received defensemen Matt Cohen and Ryan Gunderson.

Frazee, 21 years old, was the 38th overall pick in the 2005 NHL Draft by the Devils.  After three seasons at Minnesota, he made his professional debut last year in Lowell, appearing in one game and picking up the loss after allowing three goals in 40 minutes of play.

There’s been a lot of interest around this guy for the past year or so, so for him to at least start the season in Trenton is a real treat.  I’d imagine you’ll see him start two of the first three games when Trenton opens their season with three straight contests at home, starting on October 17th.

Cohen played in 72 games with the Trenton Devils last season, adding 22 points on five goals and 17 assists.  The former Yale standout also made his AHL debut, playing in three games with Lowell.

Gunderson is another returnee, coming off of an outstanding season on Trenton in which he tallied 46 points on four goals and 42 assists, and had only 33 penalty minutes in 72 games.  Like Cohen, he also made his AHL debut last season with Lowell, also appearing in three games.

Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT


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