The first Peter Puck ever


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When was the world's first Peter Puck episode?

Peter Puck made his television debut in 1973 during NBC's Hockey Game of the Week, later going on to be a fixture on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada during the 1970s

Peter Puck was created by Brian McFarlane, the animation was performed by Hanna-Barbera studios and Ronnie Schell was the voice of Peter Puck.

Nine episodes of about three minutes each, were broadcast during intermissions of NHL hockey games in the 1973-74 season.

Peter Puck's opening line was 'Howdy fans, Peter Puck here to lay some facts on you about hockey - the world's fastest team sport.' then he'd go on to explain some aspect of hockey.

Peter Puck's hockey career lasted until he was retired from television in 1980.

Peter Puck
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The first Peter Puck ever

The first Peter Puck ever

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