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Paccard, Michel (1908- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for France between 1934 and 1948 (including the 1936 Olympics).
Club Career : Played for Chamonix.
Pacheco, Gabriel (1987- )
Born in Mexico. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Mexico (Junior) 2003-04.
Club Career : Played for San Jeranimo.
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior U18) Division III gold in 2003-04.
Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA)
Founded in 1911. Operated between 1911-24. Originally contested by three teams - New Westminster Royals, Vancouver Millionaires and Victoria Aristocrats. The New Westminster Royals were replaced by Portland Rosebuds in the 1914-15 season, Seattle Metropolitans joined in the 1915-16 season, Spokane Canaries replaced the Victoria Aristocrats in 1916 but dropped out after just one season. Victoria Aristocrats returned in place of Portland Rosebuds for the 1918-19 season.  Name changes in 1922 saw the Vancouver Millionaires become the Vancouver Maroons and the Victoria Aristocrats become the Victoria Cougars.
Pacific Coast Hockey League (PCHL)
Operated in three periods between the late 1920s and the early 1950s (1928-31 and 1936-41 and 1945-52).  In 1952 it amalgamated with the Westen Canada Senior Hockey League to form the Western Hockey League.
i. 1928-31 : A four team league that started with Portland Buckaroos, Seattle Eskimos, Vancouver Lions and Victoria Cubs. Victoria were replaced by Tacoma Tigers in the final season of this version of the league.
ii. 1936-41 : Another four team league that started with Oakland Clippers (became Spokane Clippers during the first season), Portland Buckaroos, Seattle Seahawks and Vancouver Lions. Spokane Clippers missed the 1939-40 season but returned as Spokane Bombers for the 1940-41 season.
iii. 1945-52 : After World War II, the league returned as a more substantial two division/nine team set up - growing to a maximum of eleven teams in 1946-47 & 1949-50. In the 1945-46 season there was a North Division (New Westminster Royals, Portland Eagles, Seattle Ironmen & Vancouver Canucks) and a South Division (Hollywood Wolves, Los Angeles Monarchs, Oakland Oaks, San Diego Skyhawks and San Francisco Shamrocks). Fresno Falcons and Tacoma Rockets joined the league in time for the 1946-47 season. Hollywood Wolves did not return for 1947-48 and Portland Eagles became Portland Penguins in 1948-49. Victoria Cougars joined the league for the 1949-50 season but Oakland Oaks folded in December 1949 after 29 games of the same season. The league reduced to a single division and six teams for the 1950-51 season (Fresno Falcons left to join the United States Hockey League and Los Angeles Monarchs, San Diego Skyhawks & San Francisco Shamrocks dropped out. Portland Penguins changed their name back to Portland Eagles).  In the final season Portland Eagles dropped out and Calgary Stampeders, Edmonton Flyers & Saskatoon Quakers joined from the Westen Canada Senior Hockey League.
Pacific Coliseum
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Built 1967.
Home ice for : Vancouver Blazers (1973-75) and Vancouver Canucks
Capacity : 16,553
Ice pad size :
Pacific Division
One of the divisions of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League.  Teams in this division in 1998-99 were Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, Dallas Stars, Los Angeles Kings, Phoenix Coyotes and San Jose Sharks.
Pacific Hockey League (PHL)
i. Contested in the 1926-27 season.
ii. Contested 1977-79.
Pacific International Junior Hockey League (PIJHL)
Junior hockey league includes teams from British Columbia, Canada.
Pacific Women's Championships
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Paddock, John (1954- )
Born in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada. Right-wing. Washington Capitals 3rd pick (37th overall) in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft.
Club Career (playing) :
Played for Richmond Robins 1974-75, Washington Capitals & Richmond Robins 1975-76, Philadelphia Flyers & Springfield Indians 1976-77, Maine Mariners 1977-79, Philadelphia Flyers 1979-80, Quebec Nordiques & Maine Mariners 1980-81, Maine Mariners 1981-82, Philadelphia Flyers & Maine Mariners 1982-83 and Maine Mariners 1983-84. 
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Maine Mariners 1983-85, Hershey Bears 1985-89, Philadelphia Flyers 1989-90 (assistant), Binghamton Rangers 1990-91, Winnipeg Jets 1991-95 and Hartford Wolf Pack 1999-02. 
Club Career (managing) : General Manager of the Philadelphia Flyers 1989-90 (assistant), Winnipeg Jets 1993-96 and Phoenix Coyotes 1996-97.
Medals : Won the Calder Cup in 1978 & 1979 (player).
Won the Calder Cup in 1984, 1988 & 2000 (coach).
Honours : Won the Louis Pieri Memorial Award in 1987-88.
Paegas Arena
Prague, Czech Republic. Formerly known as Sportovni Hala.
Home ice for : HC Sparta Praha
Capacity : 14,000 seats
Ice pad size : 
Paek, Jim (1967- )
Born in Seoul, South Korea. Defenceman. Pittsburgh Penguins 9th pick (170th overall) in the 1985 NHL Entry Draft. The first Korean-born player in the NHL.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada 1990-91.
Club Career : Played for Oshawa Generals 1984-87, Muskegon Lumberjacks 1987-90, Team Canada & Pittsburgh Penguins 1990-91, Pittsburgh Penguins 1991-93, Pittsburgh Penguins & Los Angeles Kings 1993-94, Ottawa Senators 1994-95, Houston Aeros & Minnesota Moose 1995-96, Manitoba Moose & Cleveland Lumberjacks 1996-97, Cleveland Lumberjacks 1997-98, Cleveland Lumberjacks & Houston Aeros 1998-00, Nottingham Panthers 2000-01 and Anchorage Aces & Nottingham Panthers 2001-03. Coached Orlando Seals 2003- .
Medals : Won the Turner Cup in 1989 & 1999.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1991 & 1992.
Page, Anthony (1974- )
Club Career : Played for Basingstoke Beavers 1990-95, Basingstoke Bison 1995-97, Guildford Flames 1997-98.
Medals : Won the British National League Play-off Championships in 1998.
Won the British National League 1997-98.
Won the Southern Premier League 1997-98.
Page, Fred (1915-1997)
Born in Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada.
Honours :
Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1993 (builder).
Page, Pierre (1948- )
Born in St Hermas, Quebec, Canada.
Club Career : Coached Minnesota North Stars 1988-90, Quebec Nordiques 1991-94, Calgary Flames 1995-97, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 1997-98 and HC Ambri-Piotta 2000- .
Pageau, Paul (- ) 
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1980 Olympics.
Pagh, Lars (- )
Netminder. 
Club Career : Played for Herning IK
Honours : Won Denmark Player of the Year in 1990 & 1991.
Pagnutti, Richard Wayne 'Rick' (1946- )
Born in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman. Los Angeles Kings 1st pick (1st overall) in the 1967 NHL Amateur Draft (he was Los Angeles Kings first ever draft pick).
Club Career : Played for Springfield Kings 1967-69, Salt Lake Golden Eagles & Oklahoma City Blazers 1969-70, Fort Wayne Komets 1970-72, Rochester Americans 1972-76 and Binghamton Dusters 1976-77.
Honours : Won Govenors Trophy (International Hockey League) 1971-72.
AHL All-Star Second Team 1972-73 & 1974-75 (defenceman).
Pahlsson, Samuel (1977- )
Born in Ornskoldsvik, Sweden. Centre/Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Sweden (Junior) 1994-96. Played for Sweden in the 1999, 2000, 2004 & 2005 World Championships, the 2004 World Cup of Hockey and the 2006 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for MoDo Hockey 1994-00, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2000-02, Cincinnati Mighty Ducks & Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2002-03, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2003-04, Västra Frölunda HC 2004-05, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2005-06 and Anaheim Ducks 2006- .
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) bronze 1994-95.
Won World Championship (Junior) silver in 1995-96.
Won World Championship bronze in 1999.
Won World Championship silver in 2004.
Won Olympic gold in 2006.
Won the Stanley Cup in 2007.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 26
Paiement, Wilf (1955- )
Born in Earlton, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing. Kansas City Scouts 1st pick (2nd overall) in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft (he was Kansas City Scouts first ever draft pick). Wore the number 99 shirt during his time with the Maple Leafs.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1977, 1978 & 1979 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Kansas City Scouts 1974-76, Colorado Rockies 1976-79, Colorado Rockies & Toronto Maple Leafs 1979-80, Toronto Maple Leafs 1980-81, Toronto Maple Leafs & Québec Nordiques 1981-82, Québec Nordiques 1982-85, Québec Nordiques & New York Rangers 1985-86, Buffalo Sabres 1986-87 and Pittsburgh Penguins & Muskegon Lumberjacks 1987-88.
Honours : Won the World Championship Best Forward Award in 1979 (shared with Sergei Makarov & Boris Michailov)
NHL All-Star Roster 1976, 1977 & 1978.
Paige, Blair (- )
Club Career : Played for Fife Flyers 1991-92.
Medals :
Won the Heineken League Division One 1991-92.
Won the Heineken League Division One Play-offs 1991-92.
Paintechnology.com [web site]
Columbus, Ohio, USA. A medical supply company that offers an assortment of medical products specifically intended to treat acute and persistent back pain. Their products include : heating pads, electrical muscle and nerve stimulation, back braces, magnet therapy and massagers.
Paisley Arena
See East Lane Arena
Paisley Junior Ice Hockey [web site]
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Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Known as the Renfrewshire Ice Hockey Club, Paisley's junior ice hockey organises under-12, under-14, under-16 & under-18 teams plus a beginners club. Play in the Scottish Ice hockey league. 
Home ice : Lagoon Leisure Centre
Team colours : white and red
Paisley Mohawks
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Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Founded in 1963. Played in the Northern League 1966-70 and 1971-77.
Home ice : East Lane Arena
Team colours : red & black
Head coach : Billy Brennan 1964-69
Honours : Won the Icy Smith Cup in 1968.
Won the Northern League 1966-67, 1967-68 and 1968-69.
Won the Northern Autumn Cup 1967-68.
Won the BBC 'Grandstand TV Trophy' 1965-66.
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Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Played in the Scottish National League 2000-02.
Home ice : Lagoon Leisure Centre
Team colours :  
Paisley Pirates (1946-59)
Paisley Pirates logo 1950s
Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Founded in 1946, folded 1959. Played in the Scottish National League 1946-54 and the British League 1954-59.
Home ice : East Lane Arena
Team colours : blue, red & white
General manager : Bill Creasey
Head coach : Red Thompson 1950-51, Keith Kewley
1952-56, Bill Simpell 1958-59
Team captain : Tuck Syme 1953-54
Honours : Won the Scottish National League in 1947-48 (W), 1950-51 and 1953-54.
Won the British National League 1958-59.
Won the Autumn Cup and Canada Cup 1953-54. 
Paisley Pirates Programme Covers - 1945-51 Paisley Pirates Programme Covers - 1957-59
Paisley Pirates (1992-02) [web site]
Logo © Paisley Pirates
Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Founded in 1992. Played in the Scottish League 1992-93, British League Division One 1993-96, Scottish League, Northern Premier League 1996-97 and British National League 1997-02.
Home ice : Lagoon Leisure Centre
Team colours : white & red
Paisley Pirates (2002- )
Logo © Paisley Pirates
Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Played in the Scottish National League 2002- .
Home ice : Lagoon Leisure Centre and Braehead Arena
Team colours : red, white & black
Paisley Vikings
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Paisley, Strathclyde, Scotland. Played one season in the Northern League.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Pajerski, Sebastian (1977- )
Born in Sanok, Poland. Centre/Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Poland in the 1999 World Championship Pool B.
Club Career : Played for Indianapolis Ice 1999- .
Pajonkowski, Franck (- )
Forward.
International Career :
Played for France in the 1985 World Championship (Pool C), the 1987 Olympic Qualification Tournament, the 1987, 1993, 1994, 1995 & 1996 World Championships and the 1988 & 1994 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Megčve and HC Rouen.
Medals : Won World Championship (Pool C) gold in 1985.
Honours : Won the Charles Ramsey Trophy in 1984-85, 1990-91, 1993-94, 1995-96 and 1997-98.
Pala Agorŕ
Milan, Italy. Full name of the arena is Palazzo del Ghiaccio Agorŕ. Sometimes shortened to PalAgorŕ.
Home ice for : Milano 24, HC Junior Milano Vipers 
Capacity : 4,000
Ice pad size : 195 feet x 97.5 feet
Palace of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA.
Home ice for : Detroit Vipers
Capacity : 20,182
Ice pad size : 
Palacio del Hielo de Anoeta
San Sebastian, Spain.
Home ice for : CH Txuri Urdin
Capacity : 1,200
Ice pad size : 188 feet x 91 feet
PalAgorŕ
See Pala Agorŕ
Palais Des Sports
Ličge, Belgium. 
Home ice for : Ličge Bulldogs
Capacity :   
Ice pad size : 
Palangio, Pete (1908- )
Born in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Chicago Blackhawks.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1938.
Palaonda
Bolzano, Italy. Originally opened in 1994.
Home ice for : Hockey Club Bolzano Foxes
Capacity : 9,200
Ice pad size : 195 feet x 97.5 feet
PalaRienza
Brunico, Italy. 
Home ice for : HC Val Pusteria Wolfe and SG Brunico
Capacity : 1,500
Ice pad size : 195 feet x 97.5 feet
PalaScola
See Scola Gianmario 
Palazzari, Aldo (1918-2007)
Born in Eveleth, Minnesota, USA. Right-wing. An eye injury at training camp in October 1944 brought a premature end to his playing career. He worked for US Steel as a cost analyst. Father of Doug Palazzari.
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins & New York Rangers 1943-44.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 9 14
Palazzari, Doug (1952- )
Born in Eveleth, Minnesota, USA. Centre. Executive Director of USA Hockey 1999- . Son of Aldo Palazzari.
International Career : Played for the USA in the 1973 & 1974 World Championships and the 1976 Canada Cup.
Club Career :
Played for St Louis Blues 1974-75, Providence Reds 1975-76, St Louis Blues & Kansas City Blues 1976-77, St Louis Blues & Salt Lake Golden Eagles 1977-79 and Salt Lake Golden Eagles 1979-82.
Honours : Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2000 (player/administrator).
Won the Tommy Ivan Trophy in 1977-78 & 1979-80.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 14 19
Palecek, Josef (1949- )
Born in Starý Kolin, Czechoslovakia. Right-wing. A great skater and extremely dangerous when he came flying down his wing. Tough to stop. Played 13 seasons in the Czech league, scoring 171 goals in 451 games.
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia 62 times (scoring 16 goals) in three World Championships 1972-74 (winning a gold medal in 1972).
Club Career : Played for Tatra Kolin 1958-67, Tesla Pardubice 1967-77 (champions in 1973), Dukla Jihlava 1977-78, Tesla Pardubice 1978-80, Stadión hradec Králové 1980-83, ESV Kaufbeuren and EV Augsburg 1983-84.
Palffy, Zigmund 'Ziggy' (1972- )
Born in Skalica, Slovakia, Czechoslovakia. Right-wing. New York Islanders 2nd pick (26th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. When he retired on the 18th January 2006, he had played in 684 career games over 12 NHL seasons with the Islanders, Kings and Penguins. He scored 713 point (329+384).
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia (Junior) 1990-92. Played for Czechoslovakia in the 1991 Canada Cup. Played for Slovakia in the 1994 & 2002 Olympics, the 1996, 1999, 2002, 2003 & 2005 World Championships and the 1996 World Cup of Hockey.
Club Career : Played for AC Nitra 1990-91, Dukla Trencin 1991-93, Salt Lake Golden Eagles & New York Islanders 1993-94, Denver Grizzlies & New York Islanders 1994-95, New York Islanders 1995-96, Dukla Trencin (one game) & New York Islanders 1996-97, New York Islanders 1997-98, HK 36 Skalica & New York Islanders 1998-99, Los Angeles Kings 1999-04, HK 36 Skalica & HC Slavia Praha 2004-05 and Pittsburgh Penguins 2005-06.
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) bronze in 1990-91.
Won World Championship gold in 2002.
Won World Championship bronze in 2003.
Honours : NHL World All-Star Roster 1998, 2001 & 2002.
Palkovics, Krisztián (1975- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Hungary in the 1993- .
Club Career : Played for Alba Volán.
Palla, Antal (1949- )
Forward. Played 210 times for his country.
International Career : Played for Hungary in 14 World Championships 1970-1985. Coached Hungary in 1996-97.
Club Career : Played for Budapest Vasutas SC and Székesfehérvári Volán 1980-92. 
Medals : Won the Hungarian Championship in 1981. 
Palladium
See Brighton Sports Stadium
Palmer, Chris (- )
Honours : BIHWA All-Star forward 1993.
Palous, Jan (1888-1971)
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Bohemia in the 1911 European Championships. Played for Czeckoslovakia in the 1920 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for CS Spolecnost (Praha).
Medals : Won European Championship gold in 1911.
Paltanen, Esko (- )
Born in Finland.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989 (leader).
Pampoukidis, Sokratis (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for the Greek Senior National Team in the Greek Spring Tournament of 1998.
Pan, Yuqiang (1971- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for China in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Pan, Zhiqiang (1972- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for China in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Pana, Eduard (1944- )
Born in Bucharest, Romania. Right-wing. Played 96 times for his country (41+36=77), his 10 goals + 5 assists in 1976 helped Romania gain promotion. General Secretary of the Romanian Ice Hockey Federation 1993- . 
International Career : Played for Romania in the 1964, 1968 & 1976 Olympics and 12 World Championships between 1963 and 1977. Head Coach of Romania 1980-85. 
Club Career : Played for CS Dinamo Bucaresti 1968-1979.
Medals : Won the Romanian Championship 6 times between 1968 and 1979.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 1998 (player).
World Championship Leading Points Scorer Award in 1976 (Pool B). 
Panchártek, Frantisek (1946- )
Born in Pardubice, Czechoslovakia. Defenceman. Played a total of 14 seasons in the Czech league (452 games - 48 goals).
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia 28 times between 1969 and 1971, including the 1971 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Tesla Pardubice 1960-65, Dukla Jihlava 1965-67, Tesla Pardubice 1967-77 (champions in 1967 and 1973) and Stadion Liberec 1977-78.
Panchev, Velislav (1986- )
Born in Bulgaria. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria (Junior) 2002-03. 
Club Career : Played for Iceberg Sofia.
Pandolfo, Jay (1974- )
Born in Winchester, Massachusetts, USA. Left-wing. New Jersey Devils 2nd pick (32nd overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for USA (Junior) 1993-94. Played for the USA in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for Albany River Rats 1995-96, New Jersey Devils & Albany River Rats 1996-98 and New Jersey Devils 1999- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2000 & 2003.
Pankov, Dmitry (1974- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Belarus in the 1999 & 2000 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for Torpedo Yaroslavl.
Pankov, Stanislav (1977- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Estonia in the 1999 World Championship Pool B.
Pankov, Vassili (1968- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Belarus in the 1998 Olympics and in the 1999 & 2000 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for Slovan Bratislava.
Pantern Hockey (Panther Hockey) [web site]
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Malmö, Sweden. Founded in 1959. One of the oldest ice hockey teams in Sweden. The formation of the team  was inspired by the Nottingham Panthers. The team plays in Swedish Division 1.
Home ice : Kirsebergs Ishall
Team colours : red, yellow & black 
Pantucek, Václav (1934- )
Born in Mikulov, Czechoslovakia. A creative centre with great hands and great skating ability. He also had a very deft touch around the net. He played over 250 games in the Czech league scoring 219 goals. He played on the same line with Vlastimil Bubnik and Bronislav Danda in RH Brno. His career was cut short because of jaundice.
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia in five World Championships (1954, 1955, 1957, 1958 and 1961) and the 1956 & 1960 Olympics - a total of 92 games (48 goals).
Club Career : Played for SK Královo Pole 1944-55, Spartak Praha Sokolovo 1955-56 and RH (ZKL) Brno 1956-64. 
Medals : Won the Czech League in 1957, 1958, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963 & 1964.
Honours : Czech League Top Goal Scorer in 1958 (27 goals) & 1961 (35 goals). 
Pappas, Perry (- )
Club Career : Played for Slough Jets 1998-99.
Honours : BIHWA British National League Player of the Year 1998-99.
BIHWA All-Star forward 1998-99.
Pappin, Jim (1939- )
Born in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career : Played for Rochester Americans 1960-63, Toronto Maple Leafs & Rochester Americans 1963-68, Chicago Blackhawks 1968-75, California Golden Seals 1975-76 and Cleveland Barons 1976-77.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1964 & 1967.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1964, 1968, 1973, 1974 & 1975.
Paradise, Robert (- )
Honours : Elected to the US Hockey Hall of Fame in 1989 (player).
Paramount Hornets
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Played in the California Hockey League 1957-59.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Parco, John (- )
Club Career : Played for Ayr Scottish Eagles 1997-99, Hampton Roads Admirals 1999-00 and Cardiff Devils 2000- .
Medals : Won the British Championship 1998.
Won the Superleague 1997-98.
Won the Benson and Hedges Cup 1997.
Won the Express Cup 1997-98.
Pardavy, Jan (1971- )
Right-wing.
International Career : Played for Slovakia in the 1998 Olympics and in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Pardubice (HC Pardubice) [web site]
Logo © HC Pardubice
Pardubice, Czech Republic. Founded in 1923 as LTC Pardubice. In 1949 re-named Sokol Pardubice after LTC and Rapid had merged. The team was known as Slavia Pardubice 1950-53, Dynamo Pardubice 1953-60, Tesla Pardubice, 1960-91, HC Pardubice  1992-96, HC Pojistovna IB Pardubice 1996-97 and HC IPB Pojistovna Pardubice 1997- .
Home ice : Zimni Stadión
Team colours : white & red
Affiliations have included :
General manager : 
Head coach : Marek Sikora 1993-95
Team captain :
All-time best players : 
Honours :
Retired jersey numbers :
Pardubice (PS Pardubice)
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Parent, Bernard Marcel 'Bernie' (1945- )
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Netminder. He suffered a career-ending eye injury in a game against New York Rangers on the 17th February 17 1979.
Club Career : Played for Boston Bruins & Oklahoma City Blazers 1965-67, Philadelphia Flyers 1967-70, Philadelphia Flyers & Toronto Maple Leafs 1970-71, Toronto Maple Leafs 1971-72, Philadelphia Blazers 1972-73 and Philadelphia Flyers 1973-79.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1974 & 1975
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1984.
Won the Conn Smythe Trophy in 1974 & 1975.
Won the Vezina Trophy in 1974 (tied with Tony Esposito) & 1975.
NHL All-Star First Team 1973-74 & 1974-75.
WHA Second All-Star Team 1972-73.
NHL All-Star Roster 1969, 1970, 1974, 1975 & 1977.
His number 1 jersey has been retired by Philadelphia Flyers.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 00 1 30
Parent, Herve (1926-1996)

Born in Iroquois Falls, Ontario, Canada. After retiring from hockey in 1953, he moved back to Gatineau, Quebec, Canada where his family had lived when he was just one year old. He worked at the local Canadian International Paper mill until his retirement in 1983 at the age of 57. He had married Laurette Desforges on 15th September 1952, they raised four girls and had eight grandchildren at the time of his death.
Club Career :
Played for Louisville Blades 1948-49, Milwaukee Clarks 1949-50 and Grand Rapids Rockets 1950-53.
Honours : Won the George H Wilkinson Trophy 1950-51.
Medals : Won the J P McGuire Trophy in 1950-51 & 1951-52.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 9 15
Parent, Russ (- )
Honours : BIHWA All-Star defenceman 1993 and 1997.
Parfet, Martha (- )
Co-owner of the Michigan K-Wings.
Parfet, Ted (- )
Co-owner of the Michigan K-Wings.
Paris Jr, John (- )
John Paris Jr has the distinction of being the first black Head Coach and General Manager in professional ice hockey. General manager of Macon Whoopee 1997-99.
Club Career : Coached Macon Whoopee 1997-99.
Paris (ACBB Paris)
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Paris, France.
Home ice :
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Spengler Cup in 1959-60, 1960-61 & 1961-62.
Paris Lions
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Paris, France. Played in the French League 1949-50.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Paris Rapids
In the 1936-37 season this French League based team of French-Canadians attached to the Sports Club Rapide de Paris transferred to England as the Manchester Rapids. See Rapides de Paris
Paris Université Club
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Paris, France. The hockey section of a French multi-sports club. Although the main club still exists there is no longer a hockey section. The Paris Université Club is well known in Volley-Ball, producing the 1997 and 1998 French Champions.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Honours : Won the French Championship in 1953.
Parise, J P (- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series.
Parise, Zach (1984- )
Born in Faribault, Minnesota, USA. Centre. New Jersey Devils 1st pick (17th overall) in the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for USA (Junior) in the 2003-04 World Championship (Junior).
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 2003-04.
Honours :
Won World Championship (Junior) MVP Award in 2003-04.
Won World Championship (Junior) Best Forward Award 2003-04.
World Championship (Junior) All-Star Team 2003-04 (right-wing).
Park, Douglas Bradford 'Brad' (1948- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman. New York Rangers 1st pick (2nd overall) in the 1966 NHL Amateur Draft
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers & Buffalo Bisons 1968-69, New York Rangers 1969-75, New York Rangers & Boston Bruins 1975-76, Boston Bruins 1976-83 and Detroit Red Wings 1983-85. Coached Detroit Red Wings 1985-86. Scout for New York Rangers 2001- .
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1988.
Won the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy in 1984.
NHL All-Star First Team defenceman 1969-70, 1971-72, 1973-74, 1975-76 & 1977-78.
NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1970-71 & 1972-73
NHL All-Star Roster 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 & 1978.
Park, Kyu-Ho (1974- )
Centre.
International Career : Played for South Korea in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Park, Sung-Min (1975- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for South Korea in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Park Lane Rink
Mayfair, London, England. Opened in 1927. It was situated at basement level in the Grosvenor House Hotel and is now used as the ballroom and banqueting suite. There is still a bar in the hotel named 'rink bar'.
Home ice for : Grosvenor House Canadians
Capacity : 1,500
Ice pad size : 171 feet x 71 feet
Parker, George (- )
Club Career : Played for Grand Rapids Rockets 1951-52.
Honours : Won the George H Wilkinson Trophy 1951-52.
Parker, H (- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1931.
Parks, Greg (- )
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1994 Olympics.
Medals : Won Olympic silver in 1994.
Parolini, Pio (- )
Club Career : Played for Zürcher SC.
Parrish, Dwight (- )
Club Career : Played for Hampton Roads Admirals 1999-00 and Cardiff Devils 2000- .
Parrish, Steve (- )
Born in Canada. Forward.
Club Career :
Played for Southampton Vikings 1976-77.
Parros, George (1979- )
Born in Washington, Pennsylvania, USA. Right-wing. Los Angeles Kings 9th pick (222nd overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Manchester Monarchs 2002-04, Reading Royals & Manchester Monarchs 2004-05, Los Angeles Kings 2005-06 and Colorado Avalanche & Anaheim Ducks 2006- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2007.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 16 57
Parrott, Peter (1936- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics and the 1962 World Championships.
Parry, Thomas James 'Joker' (1927- )
Born in Fairfield, Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Originally played right-wing, moved to defence by 1950. His first skates were figure skates as a beginner, aged 18, in 1945. Changed to hockey skates two years later when he took up ice hockey. Also an ice dancer. A founded member of Liverpool Leopards from their first competitive season of 1948-49, his membership card being No. 3. Within 12 months he was a member of the management committee. Scored a goal in Leopards first competitive match in December 1948.
Club Career : Played for Liverpool Leopards 1948-55 
Medals : Won the Midland Intermediate League 1951-52.
Won the Liverpool Tournament 1951-52 & 1954-55.
Won the Blackpool Icedrome Tournament 1951-52.
Honours : Captain of Liverpool Leopards 1953-55.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 4, 3, 7
Partinen, Lalli (- )
Born in Finland. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for SaiPa Lappeenranta and IFK Helsinki.
Honours : Elected to the Finnish Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1987 (player).
SM-liiga All Star Team
defenceman 1965 and 1973.
His number 3 jersey has been retired by SaiPa Lappeenranta.
Partridge, Ray (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1962.
Pasadena Panthers
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Played in the California Hockey League 1957-58 & 1959-60.
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Pasek, Dusan (1960-1998)
Born in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Centre. He was elected President of the Slovakian Ice Hockey Federation in 1997.
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia between 1982 and 1987. During that time he won four World Championship medals - gold, silver (twice) and bronze, and an Olympic silver medal. He appeared in three Canada Cup tournaments. In 1993 he became manager of Slovakia.
Club Career : Played for Slovan Bratislava, Dukla Jihlava, Minnesota North Stars 1988-89, Kalamazoo Wings 1989-90 and clubs in Italy, Germany and Finland. Managed Slovan Bratislava after he retired from playing.
Pasztor, György (1923- )
Born in Torokbalint, Hungary. Chairman of the Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation 1960-89 and Vice President 1989-94. Represented his Federation at the IIHF 1959-82. Elected as an IIHF Council Member in 1982. Chairman of the IIHF Medical Committee 1982-94. He was also a member of the Hungarian Olympic Committee.
International Career :
Played for Hungary 1941-59. Coached Hungary at the 1964 Olympics.
Club Career : Played between 1937 and 1959.
Medals : Won the Hungarian Championship 6 times.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2001 (builder).
Patera, Pavel (1971- )
Centre.
International Career : Played for Czech Republic in the 1999, 2000 & 2001 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for HC Petra Vsetin 1999- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 1999, 2000 & 2001.
Paterson, Duncan (- )
Club Career : Played for Basingstoke Bison 1999-00 and Nottingham Panthers 2000- .
Paterson, Mark (1964- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1983-84.
Paterson, Rick (1958- ) 
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1977-78.
Patineurs de Paris (Club de Patineurs de Paris)
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Paris, France. A small club when hockey was in its infancy in France. Prior to the First World War this was the only club in Paris. Won the first seven championships to be held in France.
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All-time best players : George Robert , Maurice de Walle, Alfred De Rauch and Pierre Charpentier
Honours :
Won the French Championship in 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1912 and 1914.
Patinoire Communale St Léonard
Fribourg, Switzerland.
Home ice for : HC Fribourg-Gottéron
Capacity : 7,915
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Patinoire de la Prairie
Caen, Normandy, France.
Home ice for : HC Caen Calvados 
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Patinoire des Vernets
Geneva, Switzerland.
Home ice for : Genčve-Servette HC
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"Pationoire, La"
A French comedy film made in 1999 about an ice hockey movie being made on an ice rink. The film-within-a-film idea is extended because the film crew also has a TV crew making a documentary of the movie.
Pationoire Charlemagne 
Lyon, France. The areana was built in 1966. 
Home ice for : Lyon HC
Capacity : 5,000 (3,500 seats)
Ice pad size : 60m x 30m.
Pâtionoire de I'lle Lacroix
Centre du Docteur Duchene, Rouen, France.
Home ice for : HC Rouen
Capacity : 4,000
Ice pad size : 200ft x 100ft
Pationoire de Malley
Lausanne, Switzerland. Part of the Centre Intercommunal de Glace de Malley (CIGM) complex.
Home ice for : HC Lausanne
Capacity : 10,238
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Paton, Russell (- )
Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Ayr Bruins 1975-76.
Medals : Won the Icy Smith Cup in 1976.
Paton, Tom L (- )
Netminder.
Club Career :
Played for Montreal AAA.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1893.
Paton, Tommy (1932- )
Born in Falkirk, Scotland. He played 221 games for the Falkirk Lions.
International Career : Played for Great Britain in 1951 & 1961.
Club Career : Played for Falkirk Lions & Edinburgh Royals.
Patrick, Craig (1946- )
Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Right-wing. General Manager of New York Rangers 1981-86, University of Denver 1986-89 and Pittsburgh Penguins 1989- . General Manager of the USA at the 2002 Olympics.
International Career : Played for Team USA 1969-71. Played for the USA in the 1970, 1971 & 1979 World Championships and the 1976 Canada Cup. Coached for the USA in the 1980 Olympics (assistant).
Club Career : Played for Team USA 1969-70, Team USA & Montreal Voyageurs 1970-71, California Golden Seals & Baltimore Clippers 1971-72, California Golden Seals 1972-74, California Golden Seals & St Louis Blues 1974-75, Kansas City Scouts 1975-76, Washington Capitals & Minnesota Fighting Saints 1976-77, Washington Capitals & Hershey Bears 1977-78, Washington Capitals & Tulsa Oilers 1978-79 and Los Angeles Blades 1979-80. Coached New York Rangers 1980-81 & 1984-85 and Pittsburgh Penguins 1989-90 & 1996-97.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1980 (assistant coach).
Won Olympic silver in 2002 (general manager).
Honours :
Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 1996 (coach).
Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 (assistant coach - 1980 US Olympic Team).
Won the Lester Patrick Trophy in 2000.
Patrick, Frank (1885-1960)
Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Club Career : Played for Vancouver Millionaires 1911-18. Coached Boston Bruins 1934-36.
Medals :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1915.
Honours :
Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1958 (builder).
Patrick, Frederick Murray 'Muzz' (1915-1998)
Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Defenceman. Son of Lester Patrick.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers 1937-41 & 1945-46.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1940.
Patrick, James (1963- )
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1981-83. Played for Team Canada 1983-84. Played for Canada in the 1984 Olympics, the 1983, 1987, 1989 & 1998 World Championships and the 1984 & 1987 Canada Cup.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers 1984-93, Hartford Whalers 1993-94 and Calgary Flames 1994- .
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 1982.
Won World Championship (Junior) bronze in 1983.
Won World Championship silver in 1989.
Patrick, Lester (1883-1960)
Born in Drummondville, Quebec, Canada. Defenceman. The Lester Patrick Trophy is awarded annually in his memory.
Club Career : Played for Montreal Wanderers 1905-07, Renfrew Creamery Kings 1909-10, Victoria Aristocrats 1911-16 and New York Rangers (one game) 1926-27. Coached New York Rangers 1926-39.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1906 & 1907 (player).
Won the Stanley Cup in 1928 (coach).
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1947.
NHL All-Star First Team 1930-31, 1931-32, 1932-33, 1933-34, 1934-35, 1935-36 & 1937-38 (coach).
Patrick, Lynn (1912-1980)

Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Forward. Son of Lester Patrick.
Club Career (playing) :
Played for New York Rangers 1934-43 & 1945-46.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached New York Rangers 1948-50, Boston Bruins 1950-55 and St Louis Blues 1967-68 & 1974-76.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1940.
Honours :
Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1980.
NHL All-Star First Team left-wing 1941-42.
NHL All-Star Second Team left-wing 1942-43.
Patrick Division
One of the two divisions of NHL's Clarence Campbell Conference introduced in the 1974-75 season. The division moved from the Clarence Campbell Conference to the Prince of Wales Conference in 1981-82. The division name was discontinued after the 1992-93 season.
Patrick J Kelly Cup
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The Kelly Cup replaced the Jack Riley Cup in 1997 as the playoff championship trophy for the East Coast Hockey League.
Patriots Hockey Club [web site]
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The club has a youth team which plays in the Capital Beltway Hockey League.
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Patterson, Colin (1960- )
Born in Rexdale, Ontario, Canada. 
Club Career : Played for Calgary Flames 1983-93.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1989.
Patterson, Ed (1971- )
Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Right-wing. Pittsburgh Penguins 7th pick (148th overall) in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career (playing) : Played for Cleveland Lumberjacks 1992-93, Cleveland Lumberjacks & Pittsburgh Penguins 1993-94, Cleveland Lumberjacks 1994-95, Pittsburgh Penguins 1995-96, Cleveland Lumberjacks & Pittsburgh Penguins 1996-97, Grand Rapids Griffins 1997-98, Cincinnati Cyclones 1998-99, Grand Rapids Griffins 1999-01, Eisbären Berlin 2001-02, London Knights (UK) 2002-03 and Cardiff Devils 2003-07.
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Cardiff Devils 2005-07.
Patterson, Eric (- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1952 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Edmonton Mercurys 1951-52.
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 1952.
Patterson, Tommy (1935-2006)

Born in Cobh, County Cork, Ireland. Forward - played right-wing, left-wing and occasionally centre. His non-hockey career was as a Papermaker.
International Career : Played for England in 1960-62.
Club Career : Played in 1946 for Wembley Pee Wees and then later Wembley Terriers. Played for Richmond Ambassadors 1955 (and guest appearances for Streatham Royals & Harringay Hornets at away games) to mid 1960s, Blackpool Seagulls 1967 to mid 1970s and Liverpool Leopards mid 1970s to 1980ish.
Patton, Major Bethune Minet 'Peter' (1876-1939)
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Born in London, England. Patton holds the distinction of introducing ice hockey to Britain and spreading the sport to mainland Europe.  Public school educated at Winchester and Wellington, he no doubt learnt to skate on winter sports holidays in Switzerland. He started a form of ice hockey early in 1897, a few months after the Princes Ice Rink opened. In 1902, with the assistance of Canadians resident in London, he helped start the first real ice hockey match using a puck instead of a ball and long flat-bladed sticks. A year later he acted as President to a five team league, the first in Europe. He subsequently introduced the game to the Continent, with the first match in Lyons on the 25th January 1904, when Princes defeated the local club 2-0. He was instrumental in the formation of the Ligue Internationale de Hockey sur Glace (now the IIHF) in 1908 and was founding President of the BIHA in 1914 (a post he held until 1934). Patton served as vice-president of the LIHG/IIHF in 1910-11, 1913-14 and again in 1923-24 - and briefly, in 1914, as President. Captain of Princes in the first European tournament in Berlin in October 1908, he carried out the same role as his club represented a victorious Britain at the first European Championship two years later, and in the first of the annual England v Scotland clashes. He led Princes in innumerable European tournaments either side of WW1, including runner-up place in the third LIHG championship in 1913 at St Moritz. With advancing years Patton moved from his usual defensive position to keep goal, acting as reserve netminder for GB in the 1924 Olympics.  He was the only native born member in Britain's 14-1 defeat at the hands of Montreal Victorias who were the first visiting Canadian team to London since WW1 in January 1927.  The son of a Brigadier-General, and a soldier by profession, serving in the 3rd Somerset Regiment, rising to the rank of Major, with attachments to the RASC, he saw duty in France from September 1914 to May 1916; and then with the Serbian Army, being awarded their Order of the White Eagle. On returning home in July 1919 he worked at Historical Records of motor units attached to the Serbs, retiring from the Army in 1921. His last appearance for England at 54 years of age was on the 4th April 1930, in a 2-2 tie with France at the Golders Green rink in London. A year later in Paris, on the 13th October, he finally hung up his pads following a 4-0 defeat for London. Elected Vice-President of both Streatham and Wembley in 1934, and President of the short lived Public Schools IHC, he presented trophies in his name for the newly instigated English National League and for the annual competition between Oxford v Cambridge Universities.  His book "Ice Hockey" covered the early years of the sport in Britain and was published in October 1936. He won prizes for ice dancing and over 300 awards for canoeing and punting, which he did on the Thames at Cookham (where he lived for many years), over a twenty year period ending in 1928. A keen skier Patton was also one of the founders of the International Bobsleigh Association in 1923.
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1910 (Defenceman) and 1926 (Netminder).
Club Career : Played for Princes
Medals : Won European Championship gold in 1910.
Honours : Elected to the IIHF Hall of Fame in 2002 (builder).
Elected to the British Hall of Fame in 1950.
Patton Cup
i. Since 1927, Cambridge University and Oxford University have competed for Patton Cup in the Varsity Match.
ii. Presented to the winners of the first British Championship in 1930.  Named after Major B M 'Peter' Patton, the first president of the BIHA.
Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award
Presented annually to the top United States women's varsity player.
Paul H Deneau Trophy
Awarded annually between 1973 and 1979 to the World Hockey Association's most gentlemanly player.
Paul Loicq Awards
Presented annually by the IIHF, since 1998, in honour of Paul Loicq.

1998 : Dr Dieter Montag
1999 : Roman Neumayer
2000 : Vsevolod Kukushkin
2001 : Isao Kataoka
2002 : Pat Marsh 
2003 : Dr V George Nagobads
2004 : Aggie Kukulowicz
2005 : Rita Hrbacek
2006 : Bo Tovland
2007 : Bob Nadin
Paunio, Joel (- ) 
Club Career : Played for IFK Helsinki
Honours : Won the Jarmo Wasama Trophy in 1983-84.
Pavan, Elisa (1974- )
Played defence.
International Career : Played for Italy (Women) in the 2000 & 2001 World Championships (Women).
Club Career : Played for Belluno.
Pavel, Nicusor (1976- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Romania in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Club Career : Played for Steua Bucarest.
"Pavel Bure : The Riddle of the Russian Rocket"
Pavel Bure : The Riddle of the Russian Rocket
A book by Kerry Banks. A 208 page hardcover book published in December 1999 by Douglas & McIntyre Ltd. An award-winning journalist delves into the mysteries of Bure's life, including allegations of involvement with the Russian Mafia; his troubled relationship with his father; the feuds with the media and with the Canucks' management; his ambivalent attitude towards his intensely adoring fans. 20 b/w illustrations. Also in paperback, this 286 page edition was published in December 2001 by Greystone Books. 
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Pavelich, Mark (- )
Forward.
International Career :
Played for the USA in the 1980 Olympics.
Medals :
Won Olympic gold in 1980.
Honours : Elected to the United States Hockey Hall of Fame in 2003 (player - 1980 US Olympic Team).
Pavelich, Marty (1927- )
Born in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career :
Played for Detroit Red Wings 1947-57.
Medals :
Won the Stanley Cup in 1950, 1952, 1954 & 1955.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1950, 1952, 1954 & 1955.
Pavelich, Matt (- )
Referee/Linesman.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1987.
Pavlov, Miroslav (1971- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Bulgaria in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Pavoni, Reto (1968- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Switzerland in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Pawsey, Kenneth (1940- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for Australia in the 1960 Olympics.
Club Career : Played Blackahwks IHC, Melbourne.
Payne, Anthony (1972- )
International Career : Played for Great Britain 1995.
Payot, Calixte (1901- )
International Career : Played for France in the 1924 & 1928 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Chamonix.
Payot, Philippe (1893- )
International Career : Played for France in the 1924 & 1928 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Chamonix.

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