Winnipeg ICE Sign 2005-Born Forward Ty Fraser to a WHL Standard Player Agreement
Winnipeg, MB - The Winnipeg ICE Hockey Club announced today that they have signed their fifth-round selection from the 2020 WHL Bantam Draft, Ty Fraser (94 overall) to a WHL Standard Player Agreement.
The 2005-born forward was born in Raymond, AB. He comes in at 6'1, 155lbs, and played for the Lethbridge Golden Hawks in the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League. Fraser chipped in offensively with 15 goals and 17 assists for 32 points in 28 games this past season.
"Ty is a strong, two-way player that competes each and every shift," said Jake Heisinger, Vice President of Hockey Operations and Assistant General Manager. "He will bring an important dynamic to our group of forwards in the future."
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