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Phantoms Deurne
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Philadelphia Arena Company
In 1945-46 the Philadelphia Arena Company of the American Hockey League applied for an injunction to prevent a National Hockey League franchise being awarded to Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Arrows
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Philadelphia's first professional hockey team. Played in the Canadian-American Hockey League 1927-35. After the 1934-35 season, the team was renamed the Philadelphia Ramblers.
Home ice :
Team colours : 
Head coach :
Herb Gardiner
Philadelphia Blazers
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Fonded 1972. One of the original franchises for the World Hockey Association. Played the inaugural 1972-73 season of the WHA after they bought the franchise from Miami Screaming Eagles. In the off season the franchise was sold and moved to Vancouver Blazers.
Home ice : Philadelphia Civic Center
Team colours : yellow & orange
All-time best players : Bernie Parent
Philadelphia Civic Center
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Home ice for : Philadelphia Blazers 1972-73
Capacity : 9,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Philadelphia Falcons
Logo  Philadelphia Falcons/thanks to hockeyteams.narod.ru
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Played in the Eastern Amateur Hockey League 1942-46 & 1951-52. Folded 12th December 1951.
Home ice : Philadelphia Arena
Team colours : 
Philadelphia Firebirds [tribute web site]
Logo  Philadelphia Firebirds
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Played in the North American Hockey League 1974-77 and the American Hockey League 1977-79. Franchise moved to Syracuse Firebirds after the 1978-79 season.
Home ice : Philadelphia Civic Center
Team colours : green, gold, orange & white (home jerseys were white, road jerseys were green)
Affiliations have included : Atlanta Flames 1976-77, Colorado Rockies 1978-79, Philadelphia Flyers 1974-77, Washington Capitals 1974-77
General manager :
Gregg Pilling 1974-77, Danny Belisle 1977-78 
Head coach : Gregg Pilling 1974-77, Danny Belisle 1977-78, Frank Mario & Armand 'Bep' Guidolin 1978-79
Team captain : Ted Hodgson 1974-75 
All-time best players : Gordie Brooks, Bobby Collyard, Reggie Lemelin, Terry Murray, Rick Wilson 
Honours : Won the Tom Lockhart Trophy (North American Hockey League Play-off Champion) in 1975-76.
Philadelphia Flyers [web site]
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Joined the National Hockey League in 1967.
Home ice : Spectrum (1966-95) and First Union Center (1995- )
Team colours : orange, black & white
Affiliations have included : Flint Spirits 1987-88, Hershey Bears 1984-96, Jersey Aces 1978-79, Johnstown Chiefs 1997-98, Kalamazoo Wings 1984-87, Maine Mariners 1977-83, Milwaukee Admirals 1977-80, Philadelphia Firebirds 1974-77,  Philadelphia Phantoms 1996-08, Quebec Aces, Richmond Robins 1973-76, San Diego Gulls 1971-72 & 1973-74, Springfield Indians 1976-77 & 1983-84, Toledo Goaldiggers 1980-84, Trenton Titans 1999-07, Wheeling Nailers 2007-08
General manager : Bud Poile 1967-69, Bud Poile & Keith Allen 1969-70, Keith Allen 1970-83, Bob McCammon 1983-84, Bobby Clarke 1984-90, Russ Farwell 1990-94, Bobby Clarke 1994-06, Bobby Clarke & Paul Holmgren 2006-07, Paul Holmgren 2007-  
Head coach : Keith Allen 1967-69, Vic Stasiuk 1969-71, Fred Shero 1971-78, Bob McCammon & Pat Quinn 1978-79, Pat Quinn 1979-81, Pat Quinn & Bob McCammon 1981-82, Bob McCammon 1982-84, Mike Keenan 1984-88, Paul Holmgren 1988-91, Paul Holmgren & Bill Dineen 1991-92, Bill Dineen 1992-93, Terry Simpson 1993-94, Terry Murray 1994-97, Wayne Cashman & Roger Neilson 1997-98, Roger Neilson 1998-00, Craig Ramsey & Bill Barber 2000-01, Bill Barber 2001-02, Ken Hitchcock 2002-06, Ken Hitchcock & John Stevens 2006-07, John Stevens 2007-     
Team captain : Lou Angotti 1967-68, Ed Van Impe 1968-72, Ed Van Impe & Bobby Clarke 1972-73, Bobby Clarke 1973-79, Mel Bridgman 1979-81, Bill Barber 1981-82, Bill Barber & Bobby Clarke 1982-83, Bobby Clarke 1983-84, Dave Poulin 1984-89, Dave Poulin & Ron Sutter 1989-90, Ron Sutter 1990-91, Rick Tocchet 1991-92, no captain 1992-93, Kevin Dineen 1993-94, Eric Lindros 1994-99, Eric Lindros & Eric Desjardins 1999-00, Eric Desjardins 2000-01, Eric Desjardins & Keith Primeau 2001-02, Keith Primeau 2002-04, Keith Primeau & Derian Hatcher 2005-06, Peter Forsberg 2006-07, Jason Smith 2007- 
Honours : Won the NHL Western Division in 1968 & 1974.
Won the Stanley Cup in 1974 & 1975.
Won the Clarence Campbell Conference in 1975, 1976, 1977 & 1980.
Won the Prince of Wales Conference in 1985 & 1987.
Won the Eastern Conference in 1997. 
Retired jersey numbers : 1 4 7 16
Philadelphia Flyers Poster
Philadelphia Phantoms [web site]
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Played in the American Hockey League in 1996- .  
Home ice : First Union Spectrum
Team colours : orange, black & white
Affiliations have included : Philadelphia Flyers 1996-08 
Head coach :
Bill Barber 1996-00, John Stevens 2000- 
Team captain : John Stevens
All-time best players : Craig Darby, Jamie Heward, Neil Little, Mike Maneluk, Vinnie Prospal, Darren Rumble, Peter White
Honours : Won the American Hockey League 1996-97 & 1997-98
Won the Calder Cup in 1998 & 2005.
Philadelphia Quakers
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Formerly the Pittsburgh Pirates. Played in the National Hockey League 1930-31. The Quakers suspended operations after a poor NHL (4 wins, 4 ties & 36 defeats) and dropped out of the NHL before the 1931-32 season. The Quakers dormant franchise was finally cancelled in 1936.
Home ice : the Arena at 46th & Market Streets in West Philadelphia
Team colours : orange & black
Head coach : J Cooper Smeaton
All-time best players : Syd Howe
Philadelphia Ramblers
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Formerly the Philadelphia Arrows. Played in the Canadian-American Hockey League 1935-36 and the American Hockey League 1936-42. Folded after the 1941-42 season.
Home ice : the Arena at 46th & Market Streets in West Philadelphia (6,758)
Team colours : blue
Affiliations have included :
New York Rangers 1936-40
General manager : Pete Tyrell 1936-37 & 1941-42, 
Head coach :
Herb Gardiner 1936-41, Danny Cox 1941-42
Team captain :
Butch Keeling
All-time best players : George Allen, Billy Carse, Bert Gardiner, Bryan Hextall Sr, Butch Keeling, Kilby MacDonald, Clint Smith
Honours : Won the Frank Fontaine Trophy (AHL Eastern Division Champion) in 1937 & 1939.
Philadelphia Ramblers (1955-64)
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Played in the Eastern Amateur Hockey League 1955-64. After the 1963-64 season, the franchise moved to Cherry-Hills, New Jersey as the New Jersey Devils.
Home ice : Philadelphia Arena 1960-61 (two games played at Valley Forge Country Club, Aududon, Pennsylvania in December 1960), 
Team colours : 
General manager : Doug Adam 1960-61, Connie Williams 1962-63
Head coach : Doug Adam 1958-59 & 1960-61, Obie O'Brien 1961-62, Hugh Currie & Bob Bailey & Doug Adam 1962-63
Team captain : Hugh Campbell (Blinky Boyce when Hugh Campbell was injured) 1960-61
Philadelphia Rockets
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Played in the American Hockey League 1946-49. After the 1948-49 season, the franchise moved to Cincinnati, Ohio as the Cincinnati Mohawks.
Home ice :
Team colours : blue & gold
General manager : Pete Tyrell 1947-49
Head coach :
Phil Hergesheimer & Herb Gardiner 1946-47, Wally Kilrea 1947-49
All-time best players : Eddie Bush, Phil Hergesheimer, Wally Stefaniw
Philadelphia Spectrum
See Spectrum
Philips Arena
Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 
Home ice for : Atlanta Thrashers
Capacity : 18,517
Ice pad size : 
Phillip Ice Rink [web site]
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Full name is The Phillip Swimming and Ice Skating Centre.
Home ice for : Canberra Knights
Capacity :  
Ice pad size : 178 feet x 81 feet
Phillips, Chris (1978- )
Born in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. Defenceman. Ottawa Senators 1st pick (1st overall) in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1995-97. Played for Canada in the 2000 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Prince Albert Raiders 1995-96, Prince Albert Raiders & Lethbridge Hurricanes 1996-97 and Ottawa Senators 1997- .
Medals : Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 1996-97.
Phillips, Jonathan (- )
Club Career : Played for Cardiff Devils 1999- .
Phillips, Merlyn John 'Bill' (1899-?)
Born in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Centre.
Club Career : Played for Montreal Maroons.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1926.
Phillips, Ted (- )
Club Career : Played for Billingham Bombers 1980-81.
Honours : Won the Earl Carlson Trophy 1980-81.
Phillips, Tommy (1883-1923)
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Montreal AAA 1902-03, Toronto Marlboros 1903-04, Kenora Thistles 1905-1907, Ottawa Senators 1907-08 and Vancouver Millionaires 1911-12.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1903 & 1907.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1945.
Philpot, Rod (- )
International Career : Coach of New Zealand at the 1998 World Championships Pool D.
PHL 
See Pacific Hockey League
Phoenix Apaches
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Played in the California Hockey League 1958-59.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Phoenix Coyotes [web site]
Original Logo  Phoenix Coyotes
Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Joined the National Hockey League for the 1996-97 season when the Winnipeg Jets franchise was transferred. Wayne Gretzky became a joint owner of the team in 2001.
Home ice : America West Arena 1996-03, Glendale Arena 2003-
Team colours : red, green, sand, sienna & purple
Affiliations have included : Augusta Lynx 2002-03, Binghamton Icemen 2000-01, Idaho Steelheads 2004-05, Laredo Bucks 2005-08, Las Vegas Thunder 1996-01, Mississippi Sea Wolves 1998-02, Phoenix Roadrunners 2006-08, San Antonio Rampage 2005-08, Springfield Falcons 1996-04, Stockton Thunder 2005-06, Utah Grizzlies 2004-05
General manager : John Paddock & Bobby Smith 1996-97, Bobby Smith 1997-00, Bobby Smith & Cliff Fletcher 2000-01, Cliff Fletcher & Mike Barnett 2001-02, Mike Barnett 2002-07, Don Maloney 2007-   
Head coach : Don Hay 1996-97, Jim Schoenfeld 1997-99, Bob Francis 1999-03, Bob Francis & Rick Bowness 2003-04, Wayne Gretzky 2005-
Team captain : Keith Tkachuk 1996-01, Teppo Numminen 2001-03, Shane Doan 2003-  
Retired jersey numbers : 10
Phoenix Mustangs
Logo  Phoenix Mustangs
Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Played in the West Coast Hockey League 1997-01.
Home ice : Arizona Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
Team colours : red, navy blue & yellow gold
Phoenix Roadrunners (1967-74)
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Founded 1967. Played in the Western Hockey League 1967-74.
Home ice :  
Team colours :  
Phoenix Roadrunners (1974-77)
Logo  Phoenix Roadrunners
Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Founded 1974. The Roadrunners were an expansion franchise with the World Hockey Association in 1974. They played in the WHA for three seasons 1974-75, 1975-76 and 1976-77. Folded in the summer of 1977.
Home ice : Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
Team colours : royal blue, gold & white/peacock blue, gold & white
Affiliations have included : Oklahoma City Blazers 1976-77, Tucson Mavericks 1975-76, Tulsa Oilers 1974-75
General manager : Bill MacFarland 1974-76, Al Rollins 1976-77
Head coach : Sandy Hucul 1974-76, Al Rollins 1976-77
Phoenix Roadrunners (1977-79)
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Played in the Pacific Hockey League & the Central Hockey League 1977-78. Played in the Pacific Hockey League 1977-79.
Home ice :  
Team colours : 
Phoenix Roadrunners (1989-97)
Logo  Phoenix Roadrunners
Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Joined the International Hockey League in 1989. Played in the IHL 1989-97.
Home ice : Arizona Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : Buffalo Sabres 1989-90, Los Angeles Kings
Head coach :
Garry Unger 1989-90, Rick Dudley 1993-94
Phoenix Roadrunners (2005- )
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Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Joined the ECHL in 2005- .  
Home ice : America West Arena (7,922)
Team colours : blue. black & gold
Affiliations have included : Phoenix Coyotes 2006-08
General manager :
Claude Lemieux 2005- 
Head coach :
Ron Filion 2005- 
PHPA
See Professional Hockey Players Association
PHPA/US Airways Award
See Professional Hockey Players Association/US Airways Award
PHWA
See Professional Hockey Writers' Association

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