|Jeffrey Daryl Friesen
Height: 6' 1", Weight: 212 pounds
Born: 8.5.76 Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan
|How he arrived: Traded by the Anaheim Ducks with Oleg Tverdovsky and Maxim Balmochnykh for
Petr Sykora, Mike Commodore, J.F. Damphousse and Igor Pohanka, 7.6.03
How he left: Traded to the Washington Capitals for Capitals' 3rd round pick in the 2006 E.D., 9.26.05
|Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
Stats in bold signifies team leader.
Since he broke into the NHL, Friesen was a solid and consistent support player. That was no different in New Jersey, but
he stepped up huge in that postseason, especially in the finals, tallying 3 game winners against his former team, the
The following season was a decent showing for him, even with scoring for the entire team in general being down.
However, he was non-existent in the series against the Philadelphia Flyers.
He would bounce around after being traded to the Capitals after the lockout; he went back to the Ducks that season, then
spent a season in Calgary. He followed that up with the Lake Erie Monsters of the AHL, where he played 5 games in
Presumably, he had retired after those 5 games, because he had also taken the 08-09 season off. Either that or just
nobody signed him. Anyway, his last known wherabouts was the German League, where he had played with the Berlin
Polar Bears for 2 seasons.
|Entry Draft: 1994 First Round Pick (11th overall) by the
San Jose Sharks
|Playoff Statistics with the Franchise