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07-13-2010, 08:26 AM
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Gord Fraser

Awards and Achievements:
Stanley Cup Champion (1925)
2 x Stanly Cup Finalist (1925, 1926)

PCHA First Team All-Star (1924)
PCHA Second Team All-Star (1923)
WHL Second Team All-Star (1925)

Points among Defensemen – 5th(1922), 6th(1923), 2nd(1924), 6th(1925)
Goals among Defensemen – 4th(1922), 6th(1923), 2nd(1924), 5th(1925)
Assists among Defesnemen – 5th(1923), 5th(1924)

Point among Defensemen – 1st(1927)*, 13th(1930)
Goals among Defensemen – 1st(1927)*, 10th(1930)
Assists among Defensemen – 3rd(1927)*

Play-off Points among Defensemen – 1st(1925), 3rd(1927)*
Play-off Goals among Defensemen – 1st(1925), 1st(1927)*

*- may or may not have played some forward during 1927

Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
“Defenceman Gord Fraser was a physical player who could also contribute on offence… Before the next season began, the rugged defender was traded to the Chicago Black Hawks who were also entering the league.
Fraser scored 14 goals for the Hawks in 1926-27 and was an intimidating presence on defence. He began the next season in Chicago before he was traded back to the Cougars for Duke Keats. His offensive totals decreased, but Fraser continued to play tough in his own end.”
Originally Posted by Salmon Kings official website
“The series remained deadlocked until Gord Fraser stole the puck and went straight down center ice, split the defenders and fired a bullet shot that ended the game after 8 minutes of overtime.”

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