Atlanta Gladiators center Thomas Frazee has been named the ECHL Player of the Week from October 23 to 29. Frazee received the honor on Tuesday.
In three games, Frazee recorded one goal and five assists for six points. Frazee was also very strong in his own end of the ice as he was a +6. Frazee also had seven shots on goal.
Frazee's only goal of the week was shorthanded and into an empty net. The insurance marker came on Oct. 29 in the Gladiators 4-2 win over the Orlando Solar Bears.
Frazee now has three goals and six assists for nine points this season. He is also a +6 with 12 penalty minutes, one power play goal and one shorthanded goal. Frazee leads the Gladiators with nine points. He is also the only Gladiators player to score a shorthanded goal this season and one of four Gladiators players with a power play goal. The others are Derek Nesbitt, Luke Sandler and Taylor Doherty.
Frazee's nine points are two more than Phil Lane and Lindsay Sparks who each have seven points. Lane leads the team with five goals and Sparks leads the team with seven assists. The Gladiators next play the Kansas City Mavericks at the Infinite Energy Arena on Friday. For tickets please click here.