Rangers, Frolov agree to one year deal worth $3 million

 

The New York Rangers today bolstered their winger situation, agreeing to terms with 28 year old winger Alexander Frolov. The deal is a one year contract worth $3 million, Frolov’s agent Don Meehan confirmed to Inside Pittsburgh Sports.com. The 6-2, 210-pounder appeared in 81 games with Los Angeles last season, registering 19 goals and 32 assists for 51 points, along with 26 penalty minutes. “Alex is a highly skilled player who we feel will play a key role in improving our offense and play in all situations,” Rangers GM Glen Sather said in a team statement. “He is strong competitor and has the ability to play either wing position.” In 2006-07, Frolov established career-highs in games played (82), goals (35), assists (36) and points (71). He led the Kings in goals and game-winning goals (six) that season, and finished second on the team in points. He was one of onlyRead More »

Wednesday’s Ice Report: Frolov linked to Hurricanes

 

Inside the NHL *Despite growing friction with management, the Los Angeles Kings won’t just give away Alexander Frolov but he’s a problem they would like to get rid of. If Frolov is going to be dealt in the next couple weeks, it’s going to be to the Carolina Hurricanes, sources tell me. Kings GM Dean Lombardi and Jim Rutherford are close friends and have dealt with each other on a number of occasions over the past couple seasons. Carolina has been very active in trade talks and have targeted Frolov. Rutherford has been given the “OK” to add more salary if needed and ownership is not ready to give up on the season. But, if this deal doesn’t go down by the end of the month or early December, it will likely be off the table. The Canes are looking to add Frolov for an immediate fix. The Kings areRead More »