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2016-17 IceCaps Season Review: Max Friberg captained the Habs’ AHL club to a long overdue playoff berth

The Captain led by example for the IceCaps, with relentless effort every night. When he was acquired for Dustin Tokarski last year, it was expected that Max Friberg would bring a good defensive game and some added offence to a team that sorely lacked scoring depth. With his stint in the Montreal Canadiens’ organization at an end, his brief tenure played out in just that way, with...
Via Eyes On The Prize
16 days ago

Max Friberg moves back to Sweden

The IceCaps captain signs with Frölunda Max Friberg has signed with Frölunda HC, in the Swedish Hockey League. Friberg spend the last year as the St. John’s IceCaps captain and is a restricted free-agent on July 1. Friberg was a central part of the Swedish team that won the 2012 World Junior Hockey Championship under Frölundas HC’s current coach Roger Rönnberg. It would...
Via Eyes On The Prize
25 days ago

St. John’s vs Rochester recap: Captain Max Friberg leads IceCaps to a gutsy victory

A big night by the Swedish contingent and Bobby Farnham helped St. John’s to a solid win. Coming off a 4-2 defeat in Syracuse Wednesday night, the St. John’s IceCaps were on the hunt for two big points in their push for the final North Division playoff spot. Opposing them were the basement-dwelling Rochester Americans, who looked to play the role of spoiler. The IceCaps were...
Via Eyes On The Prize
March 11, 2017

Kirill Kaprizov: All aboard the Hype train?

Is Kirill Kaprizov a prospect worth hyping? Kirill Kaprizov is a beast. No question about that! He has the second best U19 and U20 seasons in KHL history, behind only Yevgeni Kuznetsov and still a good chance of beating Kuznetsov’s U20 season. He is currently the only U20 player in the KHL with more than 13 points as he has 34. Kaprizov lead the World Juniors in goals and tied...
Via Hockey Wilderness
January 11, 2017

Max Friberg named captain of the St. John’s IceCaps

Friberg replaces Gabriel Dumont, who left the organization Max Friberg has been named captain of the Montreal Canadiens American Hockey League farm team St. John’s IceCaps, succeeding Gabriel Dumont who left the organization as an unrestricted free agent over the summer. A stalwart member of the defensive third line unit, the right winger is known for his strong forecheck and...
Via Eyes On The Prize
October 14, 2016

Desperate for scoring, Ducks recall top prospect Ritchie

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Anaheim Ducks have recalled top prospect Nick Ritchie and center Michael Sgarbossa from the AHL.The Ducks also assigned left wing Max Friberg and defenseman Korbinian Holzer to their affiliate in San Diego on Saturday, and placed center Chris Wagner on waivers.Ritchie was the 10th overall pick in the 2014 draft. The 19-year-old power forward has nine goals...
Via Associated Press
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Low-scoring Anaheim Ducks recall top prospect Nick Ritchie

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) The Anaheim Ducks have recalled top prospect Nick Ritchie and center Michael Sgarbossa from the AHL. The Ducks also assigned left wing Max Friberg and defenseman Korbinian Holzer to their affiliate in San Diego on Saturday, and placed center Chris Wagner on waivers. Ritchie was the 10th overall pick in the 2014 draft. The 19-year-old power forward has nine...
Via Associated Press
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Tim Jackman clears waivers, Ducks call up Max Friberg

33-year-old forward Tim Jackman has cleared waivers and will be assigned to the AHL's San Diego Gulls.In two games this season, Jackman didn't record a point and tallied four penalty minutes. Jackman, who was acquired by the Ducks in 2013 for a 2014 sixth-round pick, has eight goals and three assists in 83 career games with the Ducks.In addition to the Jackman transaction, the Ducks...
Via FOX Sports
November 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Special San Diego Gulls edition of #SDLive premieres Monday night

San Diego -- FOX Sports San Diego (FSSD) will air a special #SDLive featuring guests from the San Diego Gulls organization. Tonight's show includes sit down interviews with Gulls' Head Coach Dallas Eakins, General Manager Bob Ferguson, as well as two key players from the team: Max Friberg and Harry Zolnierczyk. #SDLive host Mike Pomeranz chats with both Eakins and Ferguson's about...
Via Fox Sports San Diego
October 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Admirals Shutout Wolf Pack, 2-0

By Zachary Grenier Hartford, CT, November 28, 2014 – The Hartford Wolf Pack were shut down by Yann Davis and the Norfolk Admirals Friday night at the XL Center and lost, 2-0. Leading the way for Norfolk were Louis Leblanc and Max Friberg, who had a goal and an assist each.  William Karlsson also had an assist.  Yann Davis stopped all of the 35 Hartford shots for the Admirals...
Via Sox and Dawgs
November 28, 2014  |  Discuss
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