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Pats/Warrior Trade

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats are proud to announce the acquisition of 20 year old centre, Thomas Frazee, as well as a 4th round Bantam pick in 2011 and a 6th round pick in 2012 from the Moose Jaw Warriors in exchange for a 2nd round Bantam pick in 2012 and a 5th in 2013.

Frazee had a solid regular season with the Warriors in 2009-10 scoring 20 goals and accumulating 55 points in 70 games. He broke out in the Warriors playoff series with the Hitmen last season with 10 points in 7 games.

The 6'4" centre began his career with the Portland Winter Hawks as a 16 year old in 2006-07 and was a 1st round pick of the 'Hawks in 2005. Tomas was a free agent invitee to Dallas Stars camp this past month where he played in 3 games, picking up an assist.

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Rob Vanstone and myself (I'm on the left) in the press box on March 5, 2022 (Photo: Keith Hershmiller)   Hi everyone, life has been tough this last bit. Things are getting better. I have a lot planned and hopefully things go smoothly, I'm looking forward to getting The Blueliner back and better than ever. Remember, if you are on Twitter follow me there @theblueliner  or check out DUBNetwork.ca  for my other project that I have basically taken the reigns of. Stay tuned for more info coming soon! Kevin