who loves to grind in the dirty areas. I come out with the puck 99% of the time and make intelligent plays."
~ Sean Fraser
Sean A.J. Fraser --#44 for the Yarmouth Mariners Jr A (MHL) 2013-2014
Date: Tuesday, April 15, 2014
To whom it may concern:
I will be quick and to the point; Sean Fraser is a player you want in your Jersey.
Sean has a great hockey IQ and is good both on and off the ice. If you are looking for a power forward who can play all 3 positions and can also adapt from Checking Line to First Unit then Sean is your guy.
Sean was my trump card this season. I used him in every situation, he jumped in every time and did an incredible job. He has a “team first” attitude and is a joy to have around. He understands the game and makes players around him better.
The thing I like best about Sean is he opens the door for elderly ladies going into the rink but plays “hard nosed” once he steps on the ice.
He is a player I would put my name on and will be good for any program looking to win both on and off the ice.
Sean A.J. Fraser -- Upper Canada College 2012-2013, 2011-2012
Sean A.J. Fraser -- Awards and Recognition
Awarded to the varsity athlete who best combines athletics with academic excellence.
Sean A.J. Fraser -- Academics
Sean Fraser graduated from Upper Canada College with his International Baccalaureate Diploma and a 91% average from Upper Canada College in 2013.
His work ethic on and off the ice, earned him exemplary marks, a front line position and the Urquhart Award for the athlete who best combined athletics with academic excellence.
With an SAT Score of 1810, Sean is ready to head to University to study and play hard-hitting, heads-up hockey.
A discerning Coach constantly seeks natural leaders; people who combine skill and character. Sean Fraser is a skilled student athlete who consistently chooses character over compromise, both on and off the ice.
With Sean, you are closer to a character team, and winning seasons.
I am writing on behalf of one of my former hockey players Sean Fraser. I recruited Sean to attend Upper Canada College for his 11th and 12th grade years in high school.
Sean jumped at the opportunity – he saw an open door for himself - and he moved across Canada to pursue his hockey and academic dreams. It gives me great pleasure to have an opportunity to write to you about Sean.
Sean graduated from UCC and our varsity hockey program in the spring of 2013. I have coached hockey at the prep school level for ten years at UCC, and I will say I have not enjoyed coaching a young man more than Sean Fraser. He is a coach’s dream. He is fearless, smart, and hungry. He is a team player. Sean was a leader and big part of our league championship team during the 2012-2013 season. His work in the classroom and off the ice matched his great efforts on the ice. He is now playing junior hockey for the Yarmouth Mariners in Nova Scotia, and he has made a similarly positive impression on the coaches and managers of that junior program.
Sean has goals, in hockey and life, and he is driven. At Upper Canada College he figured out how to study effectively, manage his time, play three varsity sports, and be a force on the hockey team. He did all this while being a long way from home and living in a boarding community. Sean’s academic record will speak for itself, but I know he is fully committed to his academic goals. He can manage a busy schedule and will use resources around him to maximize his academic success and continuous learning.
Sean is a young man of great character, determination and talent. Most importantly, he has a love for the game that cannot be taught. He will be a valued and important addition to any college community and hockey program. I am happy to speak further on Sean’s behalf at any time.
Brian D. Green
Upper Canada College
Fraser Represented Upper Canada College on Three Varsity Teams
Drafted by the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles in the 9th round of the 2011 QMJHL, Sean Fraser chose to pursue his education, accepting a hockey scholarship from Upper Canada College, graduating in 2013 with a 91% average and his International Baccalaureate Diploma.
In his two years with Upper Canada College Sean played 3 varsity sports (hockey, soccer and baseball), and won
1) Rookie of the Year
2) Athlete of the Year
3) the esteemed Urquhart Award for the athlete who best combines athletic skill with academic ability.
Sean has spent the last two seasons honing his game with the Yarmouth Mariners of the Maritime Jr A Hockey League.
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2014-2015 #44 for the Yarmouth Mariners Jr A (MHL)