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Blackhawks Top 100- #62 Curt Fraser

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curt fraser (picture courtesy of tradingcarddb.com)

We’re heading into the dog days of the offseason, counting the days until the Chicago Blackhawks 2014 Season kicks off. We’re going to do a Top 100 list of all time Chicago Blackhawks. It’s a fun way to pass the time and take a stroll down Memory Lane

Curt Fraser-1982-1988

Games-303

Goals-94

Assists-120

Points-224

+17

Penalty Minutes-537

Game Winning Goals-11

PLayoffs

Games-38

Goals-11

Assists-9

Points-20

Penalty Minutes-90

Game Winning Goals-2

Curt Fraser came to the Blackhawks in 1982 and it took him a little time to become a regular contributor to a very offensive team.  Fraser was a grinder and a worker bee which fit in very nicely with Denis Savard and Steve Larmer on the team doing the scoring.

The 1984-85 season was the year the Fraser’s offense finally kicked in with the Hawks, and it was the first of three consecutive season that Fraser had 25 goals or more for Chicago. Fraser’s best playoff season was also in 1985 when he scored 6 times for the Hawks as they made it to the Conference Finals before losing to the Edmonton Oiler.

Fraser was a tough player that wasn’t afraid to drop the gloves or do anything that the Blackhawks needed him to do.
Fraser was an Al Secord light with scoring, toughness, and the willingness to do whatever the team needed and that’s why he ends up in our Top 100 list.  Fraser’s tenure with the Blackhawks ended with a trade to the Minnesota North Stars that sent Dirk Graham to Chicago

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