Alexander Frolov, New York Rangers, Will Miss Rest of Season with Torn ACL

January 9th, 2011 by Brandon Galvin Leave a reply »
Alexander Frolov, the left wing for the New York Rangers, will reportedly miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL in his right knee, according to Steve Zipay on Twitter.

Frolov is a fine player who was under a one-year contract with the New York Rangers in hopes of securing a long-term deal.

Unfortunately, that is looking unlikely at this point.

It is doubtful that anybody will provide Frolov with a long-term contract following knee surgery. Frolov also tore the MCL in the same knee.

Frolov was enjoying a very good career with the Los Angeles Kings prior to joining the New York Rangers this season.

From the 2002-2003 season to the 2009-2010 season with the Los Angeles Kings, Frolov totaled 168 goals and 213 assists for 381 points and plus-23 in 536 games played.

In 43 games played for the New York Rangers this season, Frolov scored seven goals and dished out nine assists, totaling 16 points and staying plus-4.

Frolov will most likely need extensive rehab to come back stronger than ever. He will once again search for another one-year deal with a team in hopes of once again trying to secure a long ...

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