Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Max Friberg
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MaxFriberg
POSITION: Left Wing
HEIGHT: 5' 11"
SHOOTS: Right
WEIGHT: 200
BIRTHDATE: 11/20/1992
AGE: 21
BIRTHPLACE: Skovde, SWE
DRAFTED: ANA: 2011-143 overall
Appeared in his first full AHL season with Norfolk in 2013-14, collecting 17-23=40 points with 55 PIM in 74 games…ranked tied for second in the AHL and co-led the team in SHG (3)…also ranked second among team leaders in appearances, tied for second in assists, third in scoring and goals, and tied for fourth in PPG (5)…posted a career-high seven-game point streak (6-3=9), Dec. 14-28…notched multi-goal games on Dec. 20 vs. Adirondack (2-1=3) and Jan. 10 @ Portland (2-1=3), both career bests…earned 3-2=5 points in 10 Calder Cup Playoff games, co-leading the team in playoff goals and ranking tied for second in scoring…in 2012-13, scored 8-8=16 points with 12 PIM in 55 games with Timra of the Swedish Elite League…reported to Norfolk (AHL) following Timra’s season and scored one goal (1-0=1) in six games with the Admirals…collected his first career AHL point (goal) on Apr. 14 @ Providence…made his North American debut on Apr. 12 @ Worcester…following the AHL regular season, was recalled by Anaheim on Apr. 27 but did not appear in the Stanley Cup Playoffs…led all players at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship in Calgary and Edmonton with nine goals and ranked tied for second in scoring (9-2=11) in six games…was named to the 2012 World Junior All-Star Team after helping lead Sweden to a gold-medal victory…became the first Anaheim draft pick to be named to the tournament All-Star Team since Paul Kariya in 1993…scored a tournament-high four goals (4-0=4) in a 9-4 win over Latvia on Dec. 26, 2011…also appeared in 48 games with Timra of the Swedish Elite League in 2011-12, scoring 5-5=10 points with eight PIM…signed a three-year entry-level contract with Anaheim, June 15, 2012…played 34 contests with Skovde of Sweden’s Division 3 league in 2010-11, earning 13-27=40 points with six PIM…ranked fourth in the league in scoring…represented Team Sweden at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, NY, scoring 2-0=2 points in six contests.