|New Jersey Devils|
|Written by Jason Banks|
December 2012 – Jeff Frazee’s once bright pro career has had a bleak outlook the past couple years. He was once expected to go from American ‘super-tender’, to Satan’s goalie of the future for the Devils. His AHL career has been plagued by inconsistency and annoying minor injuries, while reasonable numbers. Currently he serves as the veteran on Albany of the AHL and is posting stronger numbers, but is seeing infrequent appearances. He is a rather robotic goalie, who can be reliable behind solid defense, limited skills deflate his value. He's had a strong 2012-13 so far for Albany, but has fallen behind Keith Kinkaid in terms of workload and depth chart.
Fantasy Outlook: C-
Could post decent statistics behind NHL defenses, but trending toward being a third string option and AHL goalie for life. Value may increase in another organization as Keith Kinkaid has passed him on the depth chart and Scott Wedgewood is closing in.
A forgettable piece of Jeff Frazee history.
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|Last Updated on Monday, 24 December 2012 22:38|