Karl Friesen (born June 30, 1958 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a retired ice hockey goaltender. Friesen played mostly in Germany and the American Hockey League, but he also played four games in the National Hockey League with the New Jersey Devils.
A dual citizen of Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany, Friesen represented West Germany internationally on many occasions, including the 1984 and 1988 Winter Olympics and the 1984 Canada Cup. After German Unification, he represented Germany at the 1992 Winter Olympics.
|1975-76||West Kildonan North Stars||MJHL||10||8||44||0||4.01||na||na||na||na||na|
|1976-77||Kildonan North Stars||MJHL||34||23||125||0||3.90||na||na||na||na||na|
|1977-78||Kildonan North Stars||MJHL||38||19||164||0||4.71||na||na||na||na||na|
|1978-79||Kildonan North Stars||MJHL||37||na||na||1||3.94||na||na||na||na||na|
|2000-01||Winnipeg Saints||MJHL||Goaltending||2nd Addison||Lost Div Semi|
|2001-02||Winnipeg Saints||MJHL||Goaltending||6th Addison||DNQ|
Awards & Achievements
- Evan Jones Memorial Trophy MJHL MVP (1979)
- Terry Sawchuk Memorial Trophy MJHL Goals Against Average Leader (1979)
- MJHL All-Star Team (1979)
- Western Canada's nominee for Canada's Junior A Player of the Year (1979)