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Los Angeles Kings activate F Colin Fraser, assign F Linden Vey back to AHL

LOS ANGELES, Calif. - Forward Colin Fraser has been activated by the Los Angeles Kings after a three-game absence with an apparent concussion.

The Kings reassigned forward Linden Vey to their AHL affiliate in Manchester on Thursday.

Fraser has one point in 17 games for the Kings this season, but has been out for a week after getting hit by Toronto's Frazer McLaren on Dec. 11. The two-time Stanley Cup champion returned to practice earlier this week.

Vey made his NHL debut with the Kings on Nov. 7, scoring his first point two days later. The 22-year-old centre has five assists in 14 games with Los Angeles.

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