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Gladiator Jamie Fritsch traded to Las Vegas

The Gwinnett Gladiators announced today that they have traded defenseman Jamie Fritsch to the Las Vegas Wranglers in exchange for future considerations.

Fritsch completed his first professional season last year with the Gladiators. He collected five points (one goal, five assists) in 48 games last season and had 41 penalty minutes in the ECHL. The Odenton, Maryland, native also skated in two games in the American Hockey League last year with the Norfolk Admirals.

Fritsch appeared in one game in the National Hockey League with the Philadelphia Flyers following his final collegiate season at the University of New Hampshire in 2008-09. In four seasons at New Hampshire, Fritsch earned 39 points (11 goals, 28 assists) in 146 career collegiate games.

Information provided by Gwinnett Gladiators

Comments

  • Big Hockey Fan 3 years ago

    Boy, that is a big loss for the Gladiators, the Las Vegas Wranglers must have given up quite a bit for Fritsch

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