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Monday, October 18, 2010

Kingston Frontenacs - 1992's - Undrafted in 2010

Charles Sarault - 5'10 - 182 lbs

Now entering his third season with the Fronts, Sarault played in 150 games the previous two seasons scoring 6 goals and 19 assists.

In year one he had very limited ice time, but in his second year, they were expecting more from Sarault and it didn't materialize.

Sarault, is small 5'10, is a real spark plug that provides a lot of energy. He has top notch speed in the offensive zone. He keeps his feet moving when on the forecheck. He's has some offensive ability,especially as a playmaker, but he sometimes tries to get to fancy. He needs to make the easy play more often.

Derek Froats - 5'11" - 178 lbs

Now in his second season with the Frontenacs, Froats was somewhat of a suprise in his rookie season scoring 14 goals and 9 assists in 61 games with 70 penalty minutes.

 The  sophomore forward can skate like the wind. Froats found one part of his game that he and everyone else never thought existed, and that was to fight

 Froats became asset in every sense of the word. He played hurt, blocked shots, scored the occasional goal and was not afraid to drop the gloves. There were those that even suggested he had some very good leadership qualities for the future. 

Which brings us to the 2010-11 season,  and 7 games in, Froats has yet to play a game.

Patrick Harrison - 6'1" - 190 lbs

Harrison takes pride in his defensive game. While he's not small at 6'1, he pales in comparisson to his favorite player Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins.

Drafted in the 12th round in the 2008 priority draft , 225th overall, Harrison showed that he has some offensive ability. In 2009/10, playing for the Ottawa Jr A Senators, he played in 54 games and scored 6 times while adding 20 assists to go along with 58 penalty minutes.

 Michal Cajkovsky - 6'3" - 208 lbs

Nicknamed "Big Mike" by his teammates, Cajkovsky is another of the Frontenacs towering defensemen.

He can play in all situations and can be one tough customer, both physically and in the fight department. He also has some leadership qualities, being named an Assistant Captain for Slovakia at the U18 tournament in Belarus.

Already 8 games in, he has 1 goal and 1 assist with a couple of big fights. Warning: Don't go after one of his star teammates. Or you will pay the price.

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