Ice Dogs Agree To Terms With Fritshaw

LONG BEACH, Calif. – The Long Beach Ice Dogs announced that they have agreed to terms with rookie defenseman Luke Fritshaw.

Selected in the sixth round (173rd overall) by Anaheim in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft, the 6-4 and 208-pound Fritshaw has played the past five seasons for Prince Albert in the Western Hockey League.

He led Raider defensemen and tied for fourth on the team in 2004-05 with 41 points (8g-33a) in 72 regular season games and tied for third on the team in postseason scoring with 10 points (2g-8a) in 17 games.

In five seasons with Prince Albert, the 21-year-old Fritshaw scored 89 points (14g-75a) and had 496 penalty minutes in 270 regular season games and 11 points (3g-8a) and 53 penalty minutes in 23 postseason games.