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REPORT: Five-time Stanley Cup Champion passes away at age of 82


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Ryan
December 5, 2022  (1:08 PM)
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The news broke yesterday that we lost another member of our hockey family.

We regret to announce the passing of Barry Fraser at the age of 82, who played a huge part in developing some of the greatest hockey dynasties of all time.
Barry was the Director Of Scouting for the Edmonton Oilers, and worked with the organization from 1979-2000.
He started right before the Wayne Gretzky era really took off and played a huge part in drafting some of the great complimentary pieces the Oilers had through that amazing run in the 80's. Many people believe that if the Oilers didn't have Fraser, that Dynasty of the great 80's Oilers would have never happened.
Barry Fraser, the Director of Scouting for the #Oilers from 1979-2000, has passed away at the age of 82.

He was responsible for a lot of Edmonton's dynasty being drafted; being a vocal part of the team drafting Mark Messier, Kevin Lowe, Glenn Anderson, Paul Coffey, Jari Kurri, Grant Fuhr, Andy Moog, Steve Smith, Esa Tikkanen, Jeff Beukeboom, Kelly Buchberger, Kirk Maltby, Jason Arnott, Miroslav Satan, Ryan Smyth, Fernando Pisani, Tom Poti, Shawn Horcoff & Jason Chimera.

He was a five-time Stanley Cup champion.

There is no dynasty in Edmonton without Barry Fraser. RIP 🧡💙
-Puck Empire


We wish to offer our sincerest condolences to his friends and family.
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