2009-10: Appeared in 81 games with Los Angeles, registering 19 goals and 32 assists for 51 points, along with 26 penalty minutes. ... Registered two four-game point streaks during the month of October -- from Oct. 3 vs. Phoenix to Oct. 10 at St. Louis (one goal and three assists), and Oct. 22 vs. Dallas to Oct. 28 at San Jose (three goals and four assists) -- and finished the season’s opening month with 12 points (four goals and eight assists) in 13 games. ... Registered 10 multi-point performances, including a season-high, four-point effort on March 8 vs. Columbus (one goal and three assists). ... Appeared in his 500th career NHL game vs. St. Louis on Jan. 9. 2008-09: Led Los Angeles with 32 goals (third time he led the team in goals) and ranked second on team with 59 points (32 goals, 27 assists). ... Led Los Angeles with 12 power-play goals and ranked second on the team with 25 power-play points...Led Los Angeles with 54 takeaways and an 18.2 shooting percentage that ranked sixth in the NHL. ... Had 14 multi-point games (the Los Angeles went 11-1-2 in those games). ... Went 1-for-6 in shootouts (16.7 percent). ... Recorded two goals on April 4 vs. Phoenix, including his 30th of the season. ... Had a seven-game point streak (two goals, seven assists), which lasted from March 3 to March 14. ... Had a four-game assist streak (5a), which lasted from March 3 to March 9. ... Recorded three points (one goal, two assists) on March 5 vs. Dallas. ... Recorded three points (one goal, two assists) on Feb. 16 vs. Atlanta. ...Recorded 20th goal of the season Jan. 21 at Colorado. It marked the fifth straight season he scored at least 20 goals, making him the first Los Angeles player to accomplish that feat since Luc Robitaille in 1990-91). ...Earned 300th career NHL point on Jan. 17 at Dallas. ... Had six goals in a seven-game span from Nov. 22 to Dec. 5. ... Had a career-high four-game goal streak, which lasted from Nov. 29 to Dec. 5, 2008 (four goals). ... Appeared in his 400th NHL game on Nov. 29 vs. Chicago. 2007-08: Finished second on Los Angeles with 67 points and a career-high 44 assists. ... Led Los Angeles with seven game-winning goals and led team in points per game (.944). ... Los Angeles went 12-3-2 when Frolov had a multi-point game. Of his 17 multi-point efforts, he had six three-point games and one five-point game. ... Had 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) in a 10-game stretch (Feb. 5 to Feb. 23). ... Had 36 points in a 28-game stretch (Jan. 1 to Feb. 23). ... Notched his third career hat trick (first at STAPLES Center) on Feb. 21 vs. St. Louis. ... Tied a career high (third time of the season) with three assists Feb. 15 vs. Calgary. ... Notched career-high five points (two goals, three assists) on Jan. 1 vs. Chicago (second three-assist game of the season). ... Notched three points in two consecutive games: (one goal, two assists on Nov. 10 vs. Dallas and three assists on Nov. 13 at Anaheim. ... Had a seven-game point streak (three goals, six assists), which lasted from Oct. 12 to Oct. 25. ... Had a three-game goal-scoring streak (three goals), which lasted from Oct. 19 to Oct. 25. ... Was 0-for-2 in shootouts. 2006-07: Set career highs with 35 goals, 71 points, 28 power-play points (10 goals, 18 assists), 82 games played, 195 shots and 19:56 time-on-ice average as one of only two Los Angeles players to appear in all 82 games. ... His shooting percentage of 17.9 ranked 11th overall in the NHL. ... Led Los Angeles with six game-winning goals, seven multiple-goal games and 17 road goals. ... Finished second on Los Angeles with 17 multi-point games. ... Tied for second on Kings with four shootout goals (4-for-9, 44.4 percent). ... Played in his 300th career NHL game on March 23 at Chicago. ... Recorded his 200th career NHL point on March 18 at Anaheim. ... Recorded his 100th career NHL assist Feb. 3 at Florida, and recorded four points (two goals, two assists) in the same game. ... Tied career high with three assists Nov. 7 at Colorado. ... Recorded five straight multi-point games from Dec. 26 to Jan. 3 (four goals, eight assists). ... Recorded three straight multi-goal games from Nov. 13 to Nov. 18 (six goals). 2005-06: Set career-highs with a plus-17 rating and three shorthanded goals. ... His three shorthanded goals and four game-winning goals tied for second among Los Angeles players. ... Tied for Los Angeles lead with three shootout goals. ... Led Los Angeles with a shootout percentage of 75 percent (3-for-4, 75 percent). ... Recorded his second career hat trick and finished with a season-high 10 shots and a season high plus-4 rating Jan. 12 at Boston. He also scored a goal on his first career penalty shot (against Andrew Raycroft) in that same contest. ... Played in his 200th career NHL game Jan. 7 at San Jose. ... Recorded four points (one goal, three assists) on Nov. 22 at St. Louis. ... Recorded his 100th career NHL point on Nov. 17 vs. Vancouver. ... Recorded his first career hat trick and first career four-point game (three goals, one assist) on Nov. 13 at Columbus. 2003-04: Led Los Angeles with 24 goals and finished second with 48 points. ... Placed among the top five in goals, assists and points for second-year NHL players. ... Ranked second on Los Angeles with a plus-8 rating. ... Played in his 100th career NHL game on Nov. 27 at Phoenix. 2002-03: Named Los Angeles' Best Newcomer (Mark Bavis Memorial Award). ... Finished sixth among NHL rookies with 31 points (14 goals, 17 assists). ... Tied for second on Los Angeles with three game-winning goals. ... Was one of 10 rookies to play for Los Angeles during the season. ... Scored his first career goal (also the game-winner) on Oct. 25 vs. Rangers at Madison Square Garden (his seventh NHL game). ... Recorded his first career point with an assist on Oct. 19 vs. Vancouver. ... Made his NHL debut on Oct. 9 vs. Phoenix.
2009-10: Won silver medal with Russia at 2010 World Championship tournament in Germany, where he had one assist in eight games. ... Participated in Russia’s 2010 Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Orientation Camp in Aug. 2009. 2008-09: Earned a gold medal for Russia at the 2009 World Championship tournament (three goals, one assist in seven games). 2005-06: Represented Russia at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games (one goal in three games). 2002-03 to 2003-04: Played for Russia at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey (two assists in four games) and the 2003 World Championships (three goals, two assists in seven games) where he co-led his team in points. 2001-02: Won gold medal, led his team in goals and co-led his team in points at the 2002 World Junior Championships (six goals, two assists in seven games.
Nicknamed Fro. ... Resides in Moscow during the off-season. ... Lists The Hangover as his favorite movie and Angelina Jolie as his favorite actress. ... Lists New York as his favorite NHL city and Madison Square Garden as his favorite NHL arena. ... Lists tennis as his favorite sport outside of hockey and winning the 2009 World Championship gold as his greatest hockey moment.
June 24, 2000 -- Selected by Los Angeles in the first round (20th overall) of the 2000 NHL Entry Draft. July 26, 2010 -- Signed with Rangers as an unrestricted free agent.
LONGEST POINT STREAK: 8 from 10/16/05 - 11/2/05 (five goals, six assists)
LONGEST GOAL SREAK: 4 from 11/29/05 - 12/5/08 (four goals)
LONGEST ASSIST STREAK: 5 from 11/17 - 11/26/05 (nine assists)
MOST GOALS, GAME: 3 (three times), last - Feb. 21, 2008 (Los Angeles vs. St. Louis)
MOST ASSISTS, GAME: 3 (six times), last - March 8, 2010 (Los Angeles vs. Columbus)
MOST POINTS, GAME: 5 on Jan. 1, 2008 (Los Angeles vs. Chicago) (two goals, three assists)
MOST PIM, GAME: 8 on Dec. 6, 2005 (Los Angeles at Toronto)
MOST SHOTS, GAME: 10 on Jan. 12, 2006 (Los Angeles at Boston)
FIRST NHL GAME: Oct. 9, 2002 (Los Angeles vs. Phoenix)
FIRST NHL GOAL: Oct. 25, 2002 (Los Angeles at N.Y. Rangers)
FIRST NHL ASSIST: Oct. 19, 2002 (Los Angeles vs. Vancouver)