Alexander Frolov
Alex Frolov
Left Wing
NUMBER: 24
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
WEIGHT: 210
SHOOTS: Right
BIRTHDATE: 06/19/1982
BIRTHPLACE: Moscow, RUS
DRAFTED: LAK: 2000-20 overall
SEASON HIGHS:

Goals: 2 (3x, Last, 4-4 vs. PHX)
Assists: 2 (5x: Last, 3-5 vs. DAL)
Points: 3 (2x: Last, 3-5 vs. DAL)
+/-: Plus-3 (2-5 at WSH)
TOI: 25:36 (1-12 vs. TBL)
Shots: 8 (3-13 at VAN)
PIM: 4 (10-14 vs. ANA)

THIS SEASON: Represented Team Russia at the 2009 World Championships...Led the Kings with 32 goals (third time he's led the team in goals: also in 2003-04 and 2006-07)...Ranked second on the Kings with 59 points (32-27=59)...Led the Kings with 12 power-play goals and ranked second on the team with 25 power-play points...Led the Kings with 54 takeaways...Led the Kings with an 18.2 shooting percentage (which ranked sixth in the NHL)...Finished season ranking fifth all-time among Kings right-wingers with 149 goals (one behind Ziggy Palffy four fourth all-time)...Had 14 multi-point games (the Kings were 11-1-2 in those games)...Was 1-for-6 in shootouts = 16.7 percent)...Finished season with 30 points in his final 32 games (14-16=30)...Recorded two goals April 4 vs. Phoenix, including his 30th of the season...It marked the second time he's scored 30 goals in one season (had career high 35 goals in 2006-07)...Had a seven-game point streak (2-7=9), which lasted from March 3 to March 14...Had a four-game assist streak (5a), which lasted from March 3 to March 9...Recorded three points (1-2=3) March 5 vs. Dallas...Recorded three points (1-2=3) Feb. 16 vs. Atlanta...Recorded two assist and a plus-3 rating Feb. 5 at Washington...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Jan. 29 vs. Chicago...Recorded two goals Jan. 21 at Colorado, including his 20th of the season...It marked the fifth straight season he's scored at least 20 goals (the last King to accomplish that was Luc Robitaille, who scored 20-plus goals eight straight seasons from 1986-97 to 1993-94)...Earned 300th career point in NHL and as a King Jan. 17 at Dallas...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Jan. 8 vs. Anaheim...Recorded two goals Dec. 27 at Phoenix...Had six goals in seven-game span from Nov. 22 to Dec. 5...Had a career-high four-game goal streak, which lasted from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5 (4g)...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Dec. 5 vs. Edmonton...Recorded two points (1-1=2) and appeared in his 400th game as a King and in the NHL Nov. 29 vs. Chicago...Recorded his seventh career short-handed goals Nov. 25 at Calgary...Recorded two assists Nov. 13 at Dallas...Scored game-deciding shootout goal Nov. 11 vs. Dallas...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Nov. 8 vs. St. Louis...Recorded two assists Nov. 1 vs. Calgary...Failed on a penalty shot Oct. 30 vs. Vancouver.
2008-09: Led the Kings with 32 goals (third time he's led the team in goals: also in 2003-04 and 2006-07)...Ranked second on the Kings with 59 points (32-27=59)...Led the Kings with 12 power-play goals and ranked second on the team with 25 power-play points...Led the Kings with 54 takeaways...Led the Kings with an 18.2 shooting percentage (which ranked sixth in the NHL)...Had 14 multi-point games (the Kings were 11-1-2 in those games)...Was 1-for-6 in shootouts = 16.7 percent...Finished season with 30 points in his final 32 games (14-16=30)...Recorded two goals April 4, 2009 vs. Phoenix, including his 30th of the season...It marked the second time he's scored 30 goals in one season...Had a seven-game point streak (2-7=9), which lasted from March 3 to March 14, 2009...Had a four-game assist streak (5a), which lasted from March 3 to March 9, 2009...Recorded three points (1-2=3) March 5, 2009 vs. Dallas...Recorded three points (1-2=3) Feb. 16, 2009 vs. Atlanta...Recorded two assists and a plus-3 rating Feb. 5, 2009 at Washington...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Jan. 29, 2009 vs. Chicago...Recorded two goals Jan. 21, 2009 at Colorado, including his 20th of the season...It marked the fifth straight season he's scored at least 20 goals (the last King to accomplish that was Luc Robitaille, who scored 20-plus goals eight straight seasons from 1986-87 to 1993-94)...Earned 300th career point in NHL and as a King Jan. 17, 2009 at Dallas...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Jan. 8, 2009 vs. Anaheim...Recorded two goals Dec. 27, 2008 at Phoenix...Had six goals in seven-game span from Nov. 22 to Dec. 5, 2008...Had a career-high four-game goal streak, which lasted from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5, 2008 (4g)...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Dec. 5, 2008 vs. Edmonton...Recorded two points (1-1=2) and appeared in his 400th game as a King and in the NHL Nov. 29, 2008 vs. Chicago...Recorded his seventh career short-handed goal Nov. 25, 2008 at Calgary...Recorded two assists Nov. 13, 2008 at Dallas...Scored game-deciding shootout goal Nov. 11, 2008 vs. Dallas...Recorded two points (1-1=2) Nov. 8, 2008 vs. St. Louis...Recorded two assists Nov. 1, 2008 vs. Calgary.

2007-08: Finished second on the club with 67 points (23-44=67) and a career-high 44 assists...Led Kings with seven game-winning goals and in points per game (.944)...It was his second straight season with at least 60 points...Had 28 points (11-17=28) in his final 28 games...Had 47 points in the final 46 games (19-28=47)...The Kings were 12-3-2 when Frolov had a multi-point game...Of his 17 multi-point efforts, he had six three-point games and one five-point game...Notched two goals March 13 at Nashville...Had 17 points (7-10=17) in a 10-game stretch (Feb. 5 to Feb. 23, 2008)...Had 36 points in a 28-game stretch (Jan. 1 to Feb. 23, 2008)...Notched his third career hat trick (first at STAPLES Center) Feb. 21, 2008 vs. St. Louis…Tied career high (third time of the season) with three assists Feb. 15, 2008 vs. Calgary...Notched three points (1-2=3) Feb. 7, 2008 at Detroit...Notched three points (1-2=3) Jan. 5, 2008 vs. Calgary...Notched career-high five points (2-3=5) Jan. 1, 2008 vs. Chicago (second three-assist game of the season)...Notched three points in two consecutive games: (1-2=3 Nov. 10, 2007 vs. Dallas and 0-3=3 Nov. 13, 2007 at Anaheim)…Had seven-game point streak (3-6=9), which lasted from Oct. 12 to Oct. 25, 2007...Had three-game goal-scoring streak (3g), which lasted from Oct. 19 to Oct. 25, 2007…Failed on two shootout attempts during the season (0-for-2, 0 percent).

2006-07: Set career highs with 35 goals, 71 points, 28 power-play points (10-18=25), 82 games played, 195 shots and 19:56 time-on-ice average…One of two Kings to appear in all 82 games…His shooting percentage of 17.9 led the Kings and ranked 11th overall in the NHL…Led Kings with six game-winning goals, seven multiple-goal games and 17 road goals…Finished second on Kings with 17 multiple-point games…His 19:56 time-on-ice average ranked second among Kings forwards and fourth overall on the club…Ranked third among Kings forwards and fifth overall with a 4:28 power play time-on-ice average…Tied for second on Kings with four shootout goals (4-for-9, 44.4 percent)…Tied for third on the team with 24 takeaways…Played in his 300th career game in NHL and as a King March 23, 2007 at Chicago…Recorded 200th career point in NHL and as a King with an assist March 18, 2007 at Anaheim…Recorded his 100th career assist in NHL and as a King Feb. 3, 2007 at Florida, and recorded four points (2-2=4) in the same game…Collected his first career overtime goal Jan. 26, 2007 at Vancouver…Tied career high with three assists Nov. 7, 2006 at Colorado…Recorded five straight multiple-point games from Dec. 26, 2006 to Jan, 3, 2007 (4-8=12)…Recorded three straight multiple-goal games from Nov. 13 to Nov. 18, 2006 (6g).

2005-06: Set career highs with a plus-17 rating and three short-handed goals…His three shorthanded goals and four game-winning goals tied for second on the club…Finished fourth on the club with 21 goals and 33 assists, while ranking fifth with 54 points…Tied for team lead with three shootout goals…Led the team with a shootout percentage of 75 percent (3-for-4, 75 percent)…Recorded his second career hat trick and finished with a season high 10 shots and a season high plus-4 rating Jan. 12, 2006 at Boston…Also scored a goal on his first career penalty shot (vs. Andrew Raycroft) in that same contest…Played in his 200th career game in NHL and as a King Jan. 7, 2006 at San Jose…Recorded four points (1-3=4) Nov. 22, 2005 at St. Louis…Recorded his 100th career point in NHL and as a King Nov. 17, 2005 vs. Vancouver…Recorded first career hat trick, first career four-point game (3-1=4) and had a plus-3 rating Nov. 13, 2005 at Columbus.

2003-04: Led the Kings with 24 goals and finished second with 48 points…Placed among the top five in goals, assists and points for second-year NHL players…Finished fourth in points with 48, third in goals with 24 and fourth in assists with 24…Was second among Kings forwards with 168 shots…Led Kings with 19 even strength goals…Ranked second on Kings with a plus-8 rating…Played in his 100th career game in NHL and as a King Nov. 27, 2003 at Phoenix.

2002-03: Selected as the Kings Best Newcomer (Mark Bavis Memorial Award)…Finished sixth among NHL rookies (and led all Kings rookies) with 31 points (14-17=31)…Among NHL rookies, he tied for sixth with 14 goals, tied for ninth with 17 assists, finished fourth with 141 shots and tied for third with a plus-12 rating…Was second only to Ziggy Palffy in plus-minus…Tied for second on the club with three game-winning goals…Was one of 10 rookies to play for the Kings during the season…Recorded first career goal (also the game-winner) Oct. 25, 2002 at the New York Rangers (his seventh NHL game)…Recorded his first career point with an assist Oct. 19, 2002 vs. Vancouver…Made his NHL and Kings debut Oct. 9, 2002 vs. Phoenix.

INTERNATIONAL PLAY: Earned a gold medal for Team Russia at the 2009 World Championships (7 GP, 3-1=4)…Represented Russia at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games (3 GP, 0-1=1)…Also played for his country at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey (4 GP, 0-2=2) and the 2003 World Championships (7 GP, 3-2=5) where he co-led his team in points…Won a gold medal, led his team in goals and co-led his team in points at the 2002 World Junior Championships (7 GP, 6-2=8).

PERSONAL: Nickname: Fro…Off-season home: Moscow…Kid: Alexandra…Favorite movie: The Hangover…Favorite actress: Angelina Jolie…Favorite NHL city, other than Los Angeles: New York City…Favorite magazine: The Village Idiot Music Magazine…Favorite sport other than hockey: tennis…Favorite hockey moment: winging gold medal at 2009 World Championships…Favorite pro athlete: Matt Greene…Favorite road arena: Madison Square Garden…Favorite food: steak…Favorite holiday: New Year’s Eve…Favorite vacation spot: Hawaii.