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Kudos to Frolov’s Agent

Congratulations, Sergei Isakov.  You’ve done well to sell your client, Alexander Frolov, to a new team, the New York Rangers.  Frolov is a talented player who is hitting his prime and surely has plenty of talent left to offer.  Desire, however, is another thing.

As we’ve heard time and again, Frolov didn’t have the best relationship with Kings coach Terry Murray.  His role on the team diminished from a 1st line offensive role, to a 3rd line complementary scoring role.  Yet, there are differing accounts of why this move was made.

From the Kings organization’s side of things, it was a coaching move.  Terry Murray didn’t see Frolov playing with the type of grit and desire he wanted from him and demoted him.  This happens all the time.  A player isn’t giving it his all and the coach will demote him to a lower line, or bench him, or just scratch him.  Hopefully it will light a fire under the player and illicit a positive response.  Sometimes it produces a less than positive response.

In the case of Frolov, no fan of the Kings really expected him to be back.  We all saw how he played and on some nights he was a dynamo.  On others he seemed like he couldn’t care less.  He could cycle the puck all day on the boards, lose it, and just sort of give up.  It was indicative of the attitude that got him on the 3rd line in the first place.

From Isakov’s point of view, it was a management decision.  Terry Murray wasn’t in charge of Frolov’s demotion, but the organization wanted him on a lower line.  This excerpt is from a Puck Daddy post published yesterday, the original interview is from SovSport:

Q. And the Kings marred Alexander’s last season by criticizing him, shifting him from the first line to the third, by benching him. You can’t show a good game like this.

ISAKOV: Don’t you know how people are treated in the NHL? If a player has a year left on his contract it is necessary to spoil his season in order not to sign him for big money. That’s what happened with Frolov.

How about that for an allegation?  Isakov said the Kings torpedoed Frolov’s season in order to reduce his value and re-sign him.  He alleges this is a common practice in the NHL.  Does anyone else see where this logic is flawed?  Let’s go back and look at the first question posted from that interview:

Q. Did Los Angeles want to keep Frolov? He played seven seasons with the Los Angeles Kings.

ISAKOV: The Kings started slow negotiations with Frolov again. I think that Los Angeles is actually concentrating on signing Kovalchuk. There is a big chance that Ilya will become a free agent again. And it was so happening that Frolov’s future in Los Angeles depended on someone else. And it wasn’t nice.

So according to the question on top, the Kings wanted to keep Frolov so bad that they were willing to force him to play a poor season in order to reduce his value?  Yet, Isakov also says they weren’t really focused on Frolov, but Kovalchuk.  What sense does that make?  You can’t have it both ways, Sergei.  Either they really wanted Frolov so they bumped him down, or they really wanted Kovalchuk so they neglected Frolov.

Furthermore, why would the organization mistreat a player and demote them to the 3rd line if they were trying to win?  Does it make any sense that the Kings would sabotage their own chances of winning by hiding a talented offensive threat just for the sake of re-signing him cheaper next year?  No, it doesn’t.  Frolov was on the 3rd line because there were players giving more of an effort who deserved those spots and gave the Kings a better chance of winning.

The truth is evident.  Isakov wants money.  He wants more money than his player is worth and he is bitter that the Kings put Frolov on the 3rd line and took money out of his pockets.  No one is stupid enough to believe this haphazard, mishmash logic that unfolds itself in a matter of two measly questions.  I’ll bet even the Rangers, who just signed Frolov, didn’t buy that garbage.

Next time try to make up a story that works, Sergei.  Best of luck to you in your career, Alexander Frolov.

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  1. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20104:05 pm

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    Honestly, I think it is a combination of both the player’s lacking intensity after being demoted, and the club’s desire to go after Kovalchuk. Either way, it doesn’t matter now that he is a Ranger. Torts is a far more vocal coach than Murray, and will make Frolov accountable for everything he does. It could be another Zherdev situation though, in that he could be demoralized by criticism. I hope not, but the risk exists.

    I am very happy with Frolov coming to Broadway, as it at least adds another scoring threat to our lineup. Last year showed us that if Gaborik wasn’t scoring, we weren’t winning. Frolov could take some of that pressure off of Gabby, regardless of whether he plays on the same line or on the second unit. I’m saying 25+ goals for sure… And WELL worth the money if that happens.

    1. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20105:51 pm

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      You’re right, it could be either or. Honestly I don’t think fro was that affected by being demoted to the 3rd line, he just kind of kept to his game, good or bad. I think his agent played it up in order to defend Frolov’s lower numbers. The kid can play though and I think he’ll have a rebound season in NY. 25 goals is a good range of expectations, but I wouldn’t rule out 35. Then again i wouldn’t rule out another 19 goal season either. Whatever happens, I do wish Fro luck, he was always a good guy.

      1. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:13 pm

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        I don’t think 19 is realistic unless he gets hurt. With him being back on the top 2 lines, plus all the PP time he’ll get with an anemic NYR powerplay, he should be up closer to the 35 you mentioned, but I reserve judgment until we see how he meshes with Gaborik or whoever he plays with. In a lot of ways, he may fit better with Callahan, as RC brings the intensity that often lacks in Fro’s game… Again, we’ll have to wait and see…

        1. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20106:21 pm

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          Fro’s biggest downfall is he can cycle like a madman, but doesn’t know what to do sometimes, will cycle too long, and lose the puck. If he can get the puck to the net, or preferably take it there himself then he’ll hit those high numbers. But he can’t be the guy who goes to the net on his line, because he won’t do it.

          1. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:28 pm

            He won’t have to in New York, especially if we put him on a line with Callahan. He can be the “fetch” boy in the corners and play cycle with Anisimov on the second line if that works… I fear Brandon Dubinsky will lose his spot on the second line this year, and I don’t believe that means he moves to the first line… Although, I suppose perhaps a top line of Gaborik, Prospal and Dubinsky would work okay, and a second line of Frolov, Christensen and Anisimov could work, while Callahan could play with Drury and ??? on the third line… Either way, this signing gave Torts some options, so I view it as a no-lose situation…

          2. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20106:35 pm

            You’re very right. No lose for the Rangers. And the price is right for Frolov too. Good move by Sather. Did I just say that?!

          3. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:36 pm

            I am as stunned as you are!!! LOL

  2. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20104:25 pm

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    Wow, nice potential signing of Alex Ponikarovski by the Kings… Not official yet, but looks to be imminent!!!

    1. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20105:52 pm

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      Yeah, Kings didn’t wait long to respond to that one. Saved some face.

      1. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:14 pm

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        Talk about a lateral move though. Poni is definitely enigmatic, and doesn’t appear to have the upside that Fro did. But, if a third liner is what they were looking for, they got a darn good one!

        1. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20106:22 pm

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          Oh it’s a lateral move for sure. But Poni doesn’t have the history with LA so it’s a clean slate in terms of how he performs. Hopefully this isn’t it though, simply a complementary scoring addition. Lombardi still has work to do for sure.

          1. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:29 pm

            I think taking a flyer on Marek Svatos or Maxim Afinogenov wouldn’t be a bad move by DL. They definitely need some pure finesse guys up front in terms of secondary scoring, and either of those two might just be a good fit.

          2. Eric Cooney Jul 27 20106:37 pm

            From my knowledge Afinogenov is a RW. I dunno if he plays left or not, if he did I might be for that (if the price is right). I wouldn’t feel too confident trying on Svatos.

          3. Dan Rakusan Jul 27 20106:46 pm

            Afinogenov is RW, but he shoots left, so I don’t think it would be hard for him to adjust to the left side… Might actually help him! Svatos is just a name I think would be cheap, and has high potential upside, although trends suggest he might be capped out. In a diminished role with Colorado, his numbers went WAY down, but he has the same makeup of a Petr Prucha, and I believe both will eventually find a good fit.

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