Todd Fedoruk was born February 14, 1979 in Redwater, Alberta. The seventh round, 164th overall selection of the Philadelphia Flyers in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft, Fedoruk is a graduate of the WHL.
A hulking forward, Fedoruk played four seasons in the WHL with stops in Kelowna, Regina and Prince Albert before making his professional debut with the ECHL's Trenton Titans in 1999-00. In his first season as a professional, Fedoruk split his time with Trenton and the Flyers AHL affiliate in Philadelphia before playing his NHL debut with the parent club in 2000-01.
Since making his NHL debut in 2000-01, Fedoruk continued his hard work with the Flyers and surpassed the 200-games played in 2003-04 before being acquired by the Anaheim Mighty Ducks in the summer of 2005.
In his first season as a Mighty Duck in 2005-06, Fedoruk set a NHL career-high in points with 23. The following season, Fedoruk would appear in 10 games with the Mighty Ducks before being dealt to the Philadelphia Flyers for a 2007 fourth-round draft pick.
The 2006-07 season for Fedoruk was one that was full of injuries. Known as an enforcer, Fedoruk had to have titanium plates installed permanently into his face to repair injuries caused in a fight with Derek Boogaard. Later that same season, Fedoruk was injured once again in a fight against the Rangers Colton Orr. A knockout punch delivered by Orr left Fedoruk unconscious who had to be carried off the ice on a stretcher.
In the summer of 2007, Fedoruk signed a one-year deal with the Dallas Stars. He struggled to make the lineup and played only 11 games with the club before he was placed on waivers and claimed by the Minnesota Wild in mid-November. His stint in Minnesota was also short lived, after only 58 games Fedoruk signed in the off-season with the Phoenix Coyotes.