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2022 5.55.5 1 1 2 9:59
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2020 4.54.5 1 1 1 8:10
3y Avg. 4.254.3 1 1 1 8:17
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Dropped to AHL

    Froese was reassigned to AHL Henderson on Friday, per CapFriendly. Froese was sent down after William Carrier (upper body) was removed from injured reserve. The 31-year-old has two points in seven NHL appearances this season.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Knocks in goal

    Froese scored a goal on two shots in Saturday's 6-2 win over the Capitals. Froese has now picked up two points and five shots on net over five games at the NHL level this season. He hadn't scored since the 2020-21 campaign when he was a member of the Flames. The 31-year-old should continue to hold a bottom-six role while the Golden Knights are banged up, but when they get some forwards back from injury, he could end up on waivers.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Rises to NHL

    Froese was called up from AHL Henderson on Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Froese will return to the big club after just one day. With the Golden Knights battling a number of injuries up front, the 31-year-old is expected to play in a bottom-six role Thursday versus the Red Wings.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Sent back down

    Froese was reassigned to AHL Henderson on Tuesday, per CapFriendly. This may ultimately end up being just a paper move as the Golden Knights navigate a brutal run of injuries. The 31-year-old depth forward has managed one assist through three games this season. Froese could be back with the big club ahead of Thursday's game versus the Red Wings.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Sends helper in loss

    Froese logged an assist in Saturday's 4-3 loss to the Oilers. Froese picked up his first NHL point of the season when he set up Paul Cotter's second-period tally. With the Golden Knights missing Mark Stone (upper body) on a week-to-week basis, Froese may have a chance to play regularly in a bottom-six role. The 31-year-old forward has amassed 18 points over 118 NHL games in his career, so he's unlikely to be much of a factor in fantasy.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Recalled from AHL

    Froese was called up from AHL Henderson on Saturday. Froese will rejoin Vegas after it was reported that Mark Stone (upper body) is week-to-week. Froese played just one game with the Golden Knights this year, logging two PIM without recording a point. The 31-year-old forward will likely play a bottom-six role in Stone's absence.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Returns to AHL

    Froese was reassigned to AHL Henderson on Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Froese went minus-1 with two PIM in 7:22 of ice time Monday versus the Avalanche. With Jack Eichel (lower body) likely returning Thursday, Froese's no longer needed at the NHL level.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Bumped up to NHL

    Froese was promoted from AHL Henderson on Sunday. Froese last appeared in the NHL during the 2020-21 campaign when he dressed in six games with Calgary. He has 21 points in 32 AHL games this season.
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  • Golden Knights' Byron Froese: Joins Golden Knights

    Froese signed a two-year, two-way contract with Vegas on Wednesday, per PuckPedia. Froese spent the entirety of the 2021-22 season with AHL Stockton, picking up 20 goals and 37 points through 55 contests. The 31-year-old forward will almost certainly continue to spend most, if not all of his time in the minors over the next two campaigns.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Returned to minor-league affiliate

    Froese was reassigned to AHL Stockton on Thursday. Froese is likely in for an extended stay with Stockton, as the NHL is set to eliminate the taxi squad following the All-Star break. Froese has yet to crack the Flames' lineup this season.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Assigned to taxi squad

    Froese was promoted from AHL Stockton to the taxi squad Monday. Froese has generated 19 points over 22 AHL Stockton performances this season. The 30-year-old has yet to appear in a 2021-22 NHL contest.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Sent to AHL affiliate

    Froese was reassigned to AHL Stockton on Saturday. It wouldn't be surprising to see Froese back on Calgary's taxi squad ahead of Thursday's matchup with Ottawa. The 30-year-old forward has yet to crack the Flames' lineup this season.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Dropped to taxi squad

    Froese was reassigned to the taxi squad Tuesday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Froese recently cleared COVID-19 protocols and he still hasn't seen any NHL action this season. The 30-year-old will likely serve as an insurance body on the taxi squad moving forward.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Clears protocols

    Froese cleared the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Monday, Pat Steinberg of Sportsnet 960 The Fan reports. Froese was one of several Flames to regain eligibility to play Monday. He has yet to make his NHL debut this season but will be in the conversation for a depth role going forward.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: In COVID-19 protocols

    Froese was among seven players placed in the NHL's COVID-19 protocols Wednesday. Even once out of the league's protocols, Froese figures to remain a fringe roster player and is unlikely to make too many appearances for the team this year. Last season, the 30-year-old center played in just six contests and figures to spend the bulk of the 2021-22 campaign in the minors.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Headed for minors

    Froese was waived by the Flames on Saturday in order to move him down to the minors, Sportsnet's Chris Johnston reports. Froese has played in just six NHL games over the last three seasons in which he tallied one goal, two shots and eight hits while logging 8:18 of ice time per game. The 30-year-old center showed promise early in his career, including a 48-game stint with the Canadiens back in 2017-18 but hasn't been able to break into the NHL since and should be expected to spend the bulk of the year in the minors.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: On active roster Thursday

    Froese was promoted to the active roster Thursday, per CapFriendly. Froese served as a healthy scratch in Thursday's game versus the Oilers. The 30-year-old forward has one goal in six appearances for the Flames.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Jumps to taxi squad

    Froese was recalled from AHL Stockton to the taxi squad Saturday. Froese hasn't played an NHL game since Feb. 19. The 30-year-old will add depth at forward for the time being, and he'll skate in the bottom six if he draws into the lineup.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Reassigned to AHL Stockton

    Froese was assigned to AHL Stockton on Friday, per CBS Sports. Froese had one goal in six games during his stay with the big club. He's missed the last seven contests while serving on the taxi squad. Froese will likely only return to the Flames active roster should injuries arise among the big club's forwards.
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  • Flames' Byron Froese: Bounces between levels

    Froese was sent to the minors and then promoted back to the big club Thursday, per CapFriendly. Froese has remained on the fringe of the Flames' roster for most of this season, with one goal in five games. He provides a source of toughness should he draw into one of the upcoming two games against the Oilers on Friday and Saturday.
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