Journeyman Fraser signs in Swedish League

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Matt Fraser, perhaps best remembered as one of the parts of the Tyler Seguin-to-Dallas trade, has taken his game overseas to sign with Rogle of the Swedish Hockey League.

Fraser, 26, broke in with Dallas in 2011-12 before getting shipped to Boston, where he scored five goals in 38 games over a two-year stretch.

That stint also included the biggest highlight of his NHL career, scoring a playoff OT winner against Montreal:

The B’s waived Fraser during the ’14-15 campaign, and he was claimed by Edmonton. He then proceeded to score five goals and nine points in 36 games for the Oilers, but wasn’t given a qualifying offer and later signed with the Jets in free agency.

Fraser never played for Winnipeg, though. He spent all of his time with AHL Manitoba before getting flipped to Chicago in the Andrew Ladd deadline blockbuster.

Fraser then closed out last year with AHL Rockford.

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