Frattin, 26, has tallied two goals and four assists for six points with 11 penalty minutes in 41 games for the Kings and Blue Jackets this season and has registered 17-17-34 and 40 PIM in 123 career NHL games with the Blue Jackets, Kings and Maple Leafs.
Toronto’s second pick, 99th overall, in the 2007 NHL Draft, Frattin spent three seasons with the Maple Leafs organization before being acquired by the Kings in June 2013. Prior to embarking on his pro career, the 6-0, 205-lb. forward spent four seasons at the U. of North Dakota (2007-11). In 153 career NCAA games, he tallied 64-55-119 with 129 PIM and a +45 plus/minus rating.
Frattin was named to the NCAA West First All-American Team, WCHA First All-Star Team and was the WCHA Player of the Year as a senior in 2010-11 after tallying 36-24-60 and 42 penalty minutes in 44 games. He led the nation in goals, was a Hobey Baker Award finalist and helped UND capture WCHA regular season and playoff titles and advance to the NCAA Frozen Four.