| 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
185 lb (84 kg)
|Teams|| Johnstown Chiefs|
|Born|| November 19 1975,|
|Pro Career||1996 – 1997|
Riedel played for three teams during the 1996-97 ECHL season.
After brief stops in Huntington and Wheeling, Riedel signed with the Johnstown Chiefs on December 30, 1996 . Riedel finished the season as the starting goaltender of the Johnstown Chiefs, going 9-12-4 in 27 games. As a member of the Chiefs, Riedel signed a tryout contract with the Hershey Bears of the AHL on January 29, 1997, but did not see any ice time with the team.
Riedel broke the Chiefs single-game save record by recording 61 saves in a game against the Louisville Riverfrogs in March 1997, a record that he would hold for seven seasons. David Currie broke the record in April 2004 with a 62 save performance against the Reading Royals