Fredrick Brathwaite is a Canadian ice hockey coach and former player. Brathwaite played as a goaltender, and spent his career with the Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames, St. Louis Blues and Columbus Blue Jackets in the NHL before finishing his career overseas with Ak Bars Kazan, Avangard Omsk and Adler Mannheim. Brathwaite was named Deutsche Eishockey Liga MVP in 2009.
About Fred Brathwaite
Canadian hockey player best known to NHL fans as a goaltender for teams like the Calgary Flames and St. Louis Blues. He also played overseas for Adler Mannheim, where he was named Most Valuable Player of the German Hockey League in 2009.
He was born in Ottawa and played junior hockey with the Orillia Travelways.
He appeared the music video for 'Welcome to Atlanta' by rapper Jermaine Dupri in 2002.
His parents moved from Barbados to Canada in the mid-60's.
He was teammates with fellow goaltender Mike Vernon as a member of the Calgary Flames.
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