Recently tendered by the Magicians, defenseman Jordan Fralich is a skilled defenseman who showed great offensive ability during his high school career at Duluth Marshall. As a junior, Fralich played in 25 games, contributing 7 goals and 15 assists for the Hilltoppers. He continued to put up great offensive numbers as a senior, scoring 6 goals to go along with 22 assists in 27 games played.
Magicians Head Coach Tom Upton said of Fralich, "Jordan is a great skater and has offensive ability from the point. His vision with the puck and hockey sense in his own end will separate him from other defensemen in this league. Along with his on ice ability he is also a great leader and comes from a very nice family, those attributes will allow him to have an immediate impact in our locker room and carry on the culture that we have established here with the Magicians. We are excited about having him sign a tender and joining our team the coming season."
Fralich will join other prospects along with returning Magicians players at the team's upcoming Main Camp at Richfield Ice Arena in July. For more information and the latest news on Minnesota Magicians hockey, follow the team on Facebook and Twitter.