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Peter Puck

Peter Puck (Series)

Peter Puck (Series) (1973) Cartoon Series Peter Puck (Series)

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  • Peter Puck Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Peter Puck.
  • Originally Released in 1973.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 3 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Peter is a talking, skating, wisecracking hockey puck. His intimate knowledge of hockey is passed on to the viewers as he explains the intricacies of the game. Aired during the NHL Game of the Week on NBC, then later on Hockey Night in Canada. Nine episodes were created, including "Production Line" and "The Story of the Stanley Cup."

"Love that hockey game!"

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The series was created for NBC's National Hockey League broadcasts in the 1970's. They also became a regular intermission feature on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's "Hockey Night In Canada". The cartoons were the most...  (read more)

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mr. puck , was very instrumental in explaining the rules of ice-hockey when hockey first went on line in the earlt 70's. on-line meaning national tv in the states, Pete was very entertaining and I miss...  (read more)

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