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The University of Alaska-Fairbanks alumni, who was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award in 1994, joined pro hockey in 1994-95 when he signed with the Kalamazoo Wings of the IHL. He would spend the second part of the season in the East Coast Hockey League with the Dayton Bombers before joining EHC Neuwied of the Oberliga in Germany for the 1995-96 season. There, he was a star and helped the team gain promotion in 1997-98. In 2001, Fedorchuk moved to Denmark to play with the Vojens Lions. He spent seven seasons in Denmark, with Vojens, IK Sønderjylland/SønderjyskE and the Odense Bulldogs. In the 2006 season, the Bulldogs won the Danish Cup with Fedorchuk leading them. After the 2008 season, Fedorchuk retired. Immediately after retiring, Fedorchuk became the head coach for the Odense Bulldogs and won the Danish Cup. Half way through the 2009-10 season he was replaced by Par Johansson. After being replaced again as the DEL's Straubing Tigers head coach he scouted for the Winnipeg Jets while coaching the Malmo Redhawks of the Swedish Hockey League. In the 2013-14 and 14-15 seasons he coached Medvescak Zagreb in the KHL leading them to the playoffs in his first year there. After his second year with Medvescak Zagreb, he retired from coaching hockey. Fedorchuk was inducted into UAF's Alaska Nanooks Hall of Fame in 2014 for scoring the most career goals and tallying 215 points, the second-most in program history.
|1989-90||Winnipeg South Blues||MJHL||52||64||79||143|
|1990-91||University of Alaska-Fairbanks||WCHA||35||14||20||34||50||na||na||na||na||na|
|1991-92||University of Alaska-Fairbanks||WCHA||35||29||14||43||45||na||na||na||na||
|1992-93||University of Alaska-Fairbanks||WCHA||36||28||36||64||48||na||na||na||na||na|
|1993-94||University of Alaska-Fairbanks||WCHA||38||42||32||74||88||na||na||na||na||na|
|2001-02||Vojens Lions||Metal Ligaen||42||36||19||55||90||na||na||na||na||na|
|2002-03||Vojens Lions||Metal Ligaen||30||26||11||37||14||na||na||na||na||na|
|2003-04||IK Sønderjylland||Metal Ligaen||36||20||14||34||75||5||3||1||4||2|
|2006-07||Odense Bulldogs||Metal Ligaen||36||28||11||39||50||6||3||1||4||6|
|2007-08||Odense Bulldogs||Metal Ligaen||41||12||17||29||26||11||4||4||8||2|
Awards & Achievements Edit
- co-MJHL Scoring Champion (1990)
- Lorne Lyndon Memorial Trophy MJHL Hockey Ability & Sportsmanship Award (1990)
- University of Alaska-Fairbanks Hall of Famer
- Danish Cup champion (2006, 2009)
- All-time leading scorer for University of Alaska-Fairbanks
- Hobey Baker Memorial Award Finalist (1994)
- NCAA First-Team All-American (1994)
- University of Alaska-Fairbanks Steve Moria team MVP (1992, 1993, 1994)