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Peter Puck Peter Puck was an animated feature that aired during intermissions on hockey broadcasts in the 1970s. It aired on CBC's Hockey Night In Canada to teach Canadian kids the game--which was totally unnecessary. It also aired on NBC's weekend NHL broadcasts to teach Americans the game--which has proven to be totally futile.
Tags: Peter  Puck 
Added: 13th January 2008
Views: 1889
Posted By: Lava1964
Posted by: Steve on 2008-01-13 
LOL I went to the fights the other night and a hockey game broke out!
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-01-13 
Along those same lines I always liked Frank Deford's comment in Sports Illustrated: A hockey game is the only place you can go nowadays and see two white guys fight.
Posted by: Old Fart on 2008-01-13 
Or senior housing Lava, remember Grumpy Old Men!
Posted by: Naomi on 2008-01-14 
Hey, I thought it was helpful, what I saw of it.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-01-14 
Great, Naomi! Now Peter Puck has only about 300 million more Americans to teach.
Posted by: Naomi on 2008-01-14 
Look at it this way Lava old buddy, compared to me being able to understand it, the other 300 mill will be easy.
Posted by: eric1957 on 2008-01-15 
Peter Puck was better than that glowing puck that FOX used when they covered the NHL.
Posted by: Lava1964 on 2008-01-17 
The sports official in me is compelled to point out that Peter Puck omitted a few reasons why play can stop in a hockey game. Play also stops when...

A goal is scored.

A period ends.

The puck leaves the rink.

The puck is smothered by a player or goalie causing the referee to lose sight of it.

The puck becomes lodged in a player's uniform or equipment, a referee's clothing, or in the mesh at the side, top, or back of the net.

There...I feel better now.
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