Frederick Douglas Friedman is a former professional American ice hockey striker. Friedman was selected to the 11th round of the 1991 Manuscript NHL, the 222nd, by Quebec Nordiques. Friedman spent four years with Boston University in the NCAA before starting his professional career with AHL Cornwall Aces. He was elected captain because he was ready to defend his teammates. Friedman took two brief exams in the NHL, 1997-98 and 1998-99 with Edmonton Oilers and Nashville Predators, primarily as runners. He was Edmonton's only player on the 1998 draft NHL expansion. He ended his career with AHL Worcester IceCats in 2001 .
Left winger who made his NHL debut in 1997 with the Edmonton Oilers and later played for the Nashville Predators.
He played college hockey at Boston University.
He last played professionally in 2000-2001 for the AHL's Worcester IceCats.
He was born in Greenwich, Connecticut and grew up in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Right winger Bill Guerin played alongside him on the Oilers.
- Ice hockey players in Maine
- Athletes in Greenwich, Connecticut
- Connecticut ice hockey players
- Select the draft Quebec Nordiques
- American ice hockey left winger
- Nashville Predators player
- Players Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL)
- Edmonton Oilers players
Latest information about Doug Friedman updated on June 14 2021.