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Gord Fraser

Gord Fraser  #10

Defenseman
NUMBER: 10 BIRTHDATE: January 3, 1902
HEIGHT: 6' 0" BIRTHPLACE: Pembroke, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 180
Shoots: Left
PCHA Second All-Star Team (1923) PCHA First All-Star Team (1924) WCHL Second All-Star Team (1925) Signed as a free agent by Seattle (PCHA), November, 1921. Signed as a free agent by Victoria (WCHL) after Seattle (PCHA) franchise folded, November 7, 1924. NHL rights transferred to Detroit after NHL club purchased Victoria (WHL) franchise, May 15, 1926. Traded to Chicago by Detroit with Art Gagne for the rights to Art Duncan, October 18, 1926. Traded to Detroit by Chicago with $5,000 for Duke Keats, December 16, 1927. Traded to Montreal by Detroit for cash, October 10, 1929. Loaned to Providence (Can-Am) by Montreal for cash, December 12, 1929. Traded to Pittsburgh by Montreal for Bert McCaffery, December 23, 1929. Transferred to Philadelphia after Pittsburgh franchise relocated, October 18, 1930. Traded to Pittsburgh (IHL) by Philadelphia for cash, November 28, 1930.
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It was a big dream. [Messi] is probably the best athlete out there, so it's a big honor, for [Kuznetzov] as well. It's maybe a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet the best player in soccer right now. I'm a big Barcelona fan and Messi fan, so it's huge. You can take [Michael] Jordan, [Mark] Messier, [Wayne] Gretzky, those kinds of [people]. It's an honor to meet. It's nice to be in that position.

— Washington Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin told told Monumental Network after meeting soccer star Lionel Messi prior to Argentina's practice at Fed Ex Field in Landover, Md. on Friday