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Pragobanka Cup
Annual tournament in the Czech Republic since 1994. In 1996 it was called the Pragobanka Tour. Re-named Ceska Pojistovna Cup in 1998.
Praha (LTC Praha)
Prague, Czechoslovakia.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Honours :
Won the Spengler Cup in 1929-30, 1930-31, 1932-33 (tied with Oxford University), 1937-38, 1946-47, 1947-48 & 1948-49.
'Prairie Boys'
The 'Bread Line' was one of the most famous lines of his era, with the brothers Mac Colville (centre), Neil Colville ( right-wing) and Alex Shibicky (left-wing). The line's nickname came from sportswriters who said the trio was the New York Rangers "bread and butter". At the time of their formation, in 1936, they were the youngest line in the National Hockey League. Mac Colville was 20, Neil Colville and Shibicky were both 22. They were also known as the 'Prairie Boys' because all three hailed from western Canada. 
Prairie Hockey League
Minor Pro league that operated 1926-28. Referred to as the PrHL.
Prajsler, Petr (1965- )
Born in Hradec Kralove, Czechoslovakia. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Tesla Pardubice 1984-87, Los Angeles Kings & New Haven Nighthawks 1987-90, Phoenix Roadrunners 1990-91, Boston Bruins & Maine Mariners 1991-92 and HC Lev Hradec Kralove 1993-94.
Pratt, Nolan (1975- )
Born in Fort McMurray Alberta, Canada. Defenceman. Hartford Whalers 4th pick (115th overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
Club Career : Played for Portland Winter Hawks 1991-95, Springfield Falcons & Richmond Renegades 1996-97, Carolina Hurricanes & Beast of New Haven 1997-98, Carolina Hurricanes 1998-00, Colorado Avalanche 2000-01 and Tampa Bay Lightning 2001- .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 2004.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 44
Pratt, Walter 'Babe' (1916-1988)
Born in Stony Mountain, Manitoba, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career :
Played for New York Rangers 1935-42, New York Rangers & Toronto Maple Leafs 1942-43, Toronto Maple Leafs 1943-46 and Boston Bruins & Hershey Bears 1946-47.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1940 & 1945.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1966 (player).
Won the Hart Trophy in 1944.
NHL All-Star First Team defenceman 1943-44.
NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1944-45.
Praznik, Jody (- )
Club Career : Played for New Mexico Scorpions 1996- .
Honours : WPHL Top Defenceman 1996-97.
Premak, Garth (- )
International Career : Played for Canada 1992-93.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star defenceman 1995, 1996 and 1997.
Premiere Hockey Services (PHServices) [web site]
Simcoe, Ontario, Canada.  The web site of Dan Delaney, Professional Hockey Scout of Quebec Rafales.  He also operates Premiere Hockey Services, which offers players worldwide placement opportunities.
Prentice, Dean Sutherland (1932- )
Born in Shumacher, Ontario, Canada.
Club Career : Played for New York Rangers 1952-63, Boston Bruins 1963-66, Detroit Red Wings 1966-69, Pittsburgh Penguins 1970-71 and Minnesota North Stars 1971-74.
Honours : NHL All-Star Second Team left-wing 1959-60.
President's Cup
i. CHL
The trophy award to the Champions of the CHL play-offs. Also known as the Ray Miron Cup.
ii. WHL

The trophy was awarded to the winner of the WHL Play-off Championship between 1952-53 and 1959-60. Renamed the Lester Patrick Cup.
iii. WPHL
The trophy award to the Champions of the WPHL play-offs.
iv. QMJHL

The trophy award to the Champions of the QMJHL play-offs - known as Coupe du Président.
President's Puck
Presented to the winners of a Scottish National League knock-out competition in the 1930s. Also known as the SNL Silver Pucks.
i. Winners :
1932-33 Kelvingrove 
1933-34 Bridge of Weir
1934-35 
1935-36 Glasgow Mohawks
1936-37 Glasgow Mohawks
1937-38 Perth Blackhawks
Presidents Trophy
Since the 1985-86 season, the overall winner of the NHL regular season has been awarded the Presidents' Trophy.
i. Winners :
1985-86 Edmonton Oilers
1986-87 Edmonton Oilers
1987-88 Calgary Flames
1988-89 Calgary Flames
1989-90 Boston Bruins
1990-91 Chicago Blackhawks
1991-92 New York Rangers
1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins
1993-94 New York Rangers
1994-95 Detroit Red Wings
1995-96 Detroit Red Wings
1996-97 Colorado Avalanche
1997-98 Dallas Stars
1998-99 Dallas Stars
1999-00 St Louis Blues
2000-01 Colorado Avalanche
2001-02 Detroit Red Wings
2002-03 Ottawa Senators
2003-04 Detroit Red Wings 
2004-05 Not contested *
2005-06 Detroit Red Wings
2006-07 Buffalo Sabres
2007-08 Detroit Red Wings
2008-09 San Jose Sharks
2009-10 Washington Capitals

* Due to NHL Lockout
President's Trophy

Awarded annually to the Playoff MVP in the Central Hockey League (1992- ). The trophy is selected by the media.  First presented in the 1992-93 season.
Pressel, Boris (1974- )
Played both foward & defence.
International Career : Played for Israel in the 1995 (Pool C), 1996 (Pool D Qualification & Pool D), 1997-99 (Pool D), 2001 (Division II) & 2003-04 (Division II) World Championships.
Club Career :
Played for Haifa.
Medals : Won World Championship Pool D (Qualification) gold in 1996.
Won World Championship Pool D bronze in 1998.
Won World Championship Pool D silver in 1999.
Won World Championship Division II (Group B) silver in 2001.
Preston, Rich (1952- )
Born in Regina, Sasketchewan, Canada. Right-wing.
Club Career : Played for Houston Areos 1974-78, Winnipeg Jets 1978-79, Chicago Blackhawks 1979-84, New Jersey Devils 1984-86 and Chicago Blackhawks 1986-87.
Honours :
Won the AVCO World Trophy MVP Award 1979.
Pretorius, Barney (- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for South Africa in the 1961 and 1966 World Championships
Preussag Arena
Hannover, Germany. Hosted the 2001 World Championships along with Koln Arena & Nuremberg Arena.
Home ice for : 
Capacity : 
Ice pad size : 
Preussen Devils (SC Preussen Devils)
See Berliner SC Prussia
Prhl
See Prairie Hockey League
Priakin, Sergei (1963- )
Born in Moscow, USSR. Right-wing. 
International Career : Played for USSR (Junior) 1980-83. Played for the USSR in the 1987 & 1990 World Championships and the 1987 Canada Cup.
Club Career :
Played for Krylia Moscow 1981-88, Krylia Moscow & Calgary Flames 1988-89, Calgary Flames & Salt Lake Golden Eagles 1989-90, Calgary Flames & Salt Lake Golden Eagles 1990-91, Zürcher SC Lions 1991-92, Krylia Moscow & Zürcher SC Lions 1992-93, Zürcher SC Lions 1993-94, Kiekko-Espoo and Espoo Blues 1996-98.
Medals : Won European Championship (Junior) gold in 1980-81
Won World Championship (Junior) gold in 1982-83.
Won World Championship silver in 1987.
Won World Championship gold in 1990.
Price, Bill (- )
Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Port Arthur Bear Cats 1928-29.
Medals : Won the Allan Cup with Port Arthur Bear Cats in 1929.
Price, Jason (- )
Club Career : Played for Solihull Blaze 1998-99.
Medals : Won the English League Premier Play-offs 1999.
Won the English League Premier Division 1998-99.
Price, Noel (1935- )
Born in Brockville, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman.
Club Career : Played for Winnipeg Warriors 1956-57 (also one game for Rochester Americans), Toronto Maple Leafs & Rochester Americans 1957-58, Toronto Maple Leafs 1958-59, New York Rangers & Springfield Indians 1959-61, Springfield Indians & Detroit Red Wings 1961-62, Baltimore Clippers 1962-65, Montreal Canadiens & Quebec Aces 1965-67, Pittsburgh Penguins 1967-69, Springfield Kings 1969-70, Los Angeles Kings 1970-71, Springfield Kings & Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1971-72, Atlanta Flames 1972-75 and Atlanta Flames & Nova Scotia Voyageurs 1975-76.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1966.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1967.
Prick Van Wely, Robert (1966- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for the Netherlands in the 1999 World Championship Pool C.
Priest, Merv (1973- )
Left-wing.
International Career : Played for Great Britain in the World Championship Pool B (1996 and 1999) and the 1996 Olympic Qualifying games.
Club Career : Played for Telford Tigers 1993-94, Milton Keynes Kings and Edinburgh Racers 1994-95, Basingstoke Bison 1995-98 and Cardiff Devils 1998- .
Priestlay, Ken (1967- )
Born in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Centre.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada 1990-91.
Club Career : Played for Victoria Cougars 1983-85, Victoria Cougars & Rochester Americans 1985-86, Victoria Cougars & Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1986-87, Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1987-90, Team Canada & Pittsburgh Penguins 1990-91, Pittsburgh Penguins & Muskegon Lumberjacks 1991-92, Cleveland Lumberjacks 1992-93, Kalamazoo Wings 1993-94 and Sheffield Steelers 1994-99.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1992.
Honours : BIHWA All-Star forward 1996.
His number 9 jersey has been retired by Sheffield Steelers.
"Priestlay - Lord of the Rinks, Ken"
A book about Ken Priestlay by Bob Westerdale. Published in Derby in 1997.
Prilepsky, Alexander (- )
Coach.
Club Career :
Coached Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod 1963-65, Krylia Sovetov Moscow 1970-71 and Torpedo Nizhni Novgorod 1971-75.
Primeau, A Joseph 'Joe' (1906-1989)
Born in Lindsay, Ontario, Canada.
Club Career (playing) :
Played for Toronto Maple Leafs 1927-36.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1932.
Won the Allan Cup in 1950 (coach).
Club Career (coaching) : Coached Toronto Marlboros 1938-39, Toronto RCAF Hurricanes 1942-43 and Toronto Marlboros 1949-50.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1963.
NHL All-Star Second Team centre 1933-34.
Primeau, Keith (1971- )
Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Detroit Red Wings 1st pick (3rd overall) in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. Brother of Wayne Primeau.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, the 1997 & 1998 World Championships and the 1998 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Adirondack Red Wings & Detroit Red Wings 1990-92, Detroit Red Wings 1992-96, Hartford Whalers 1996-97, Carolina Hurricanes 1997-99 and Philadelphia Flyers 1999-04.
Medals : Won the Presidents' Trophy in 1994-95 & 1995-96.
Won World Cup of Hockey silver in 1996.
Won World Championship gold in 1997.
Honours : NHL North American All-Star Roster 1999.
Captain of Carolina Hurricanes 1997-99.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 25 55
Primeau, Kevin (1956- )
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Right-wing.
International Career :
Played for Team Canada 1979-80. Played for Canada in the 1980 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Edmonton Oilers 1977-78, HC Davos 1978-79, Team Canada & EHC Visp 1979-80 and EHC Visp & Vancouver Canucks & Dallas Black Hawks 1980-81.
Primeau, Wayne (1976- )
Born in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. Centre. Buffalo Sabres 1st pick (17th overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft. Brother of Keith Primeau.
Club Career : Played for Owen Sound Platers 1992-94, Owen Sound Platers & Buffalo Sabres 1994-95, Owen Sound Platers & Oshawa Generals & Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1995-96, Buffalo Sabres & Rochester Americans 1996-97, Buffalo Sabres 1997-99, Buffalo Sabres & Tampa Bay Lightning 1999-00, Tampa Bay Lightning & Pittsburgh Penguins 2000-01, Pittsburgh Penguins 2001-02, Pittsburgh Penguins & San Jose Sharks 2002-03, San Jose Sharks 2003-04 and San Jose Sharks & Boston Bruins 2005- .
Prince Albert Comuniplex
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Home ice for : Prince Albert Raiders
Capacity : 
Ice pad size : 
Prince Albert Raiders
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada. Played in the Western Hockey League.
Home ice : Prince Albert Comuniplex
Team colours : 
Head coach : Rick Wilson 1986-88
Honours : Won the Memorial Cup in 1985.
Prince Edward Island Hockey Association
The Prince Edward Island Hockey Association is one of thirteen Branch Associations of the Canadian Hockey Association. The association has over 5,000 players registered.
Prince Edward Island Senators
See PEI Senators
Prince George Coliseum
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. 
Home ice for :  
Capacity : 
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Prince George Cougars
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. Played in the Western Hockey League.
Home ice : Prince George Multiplex
Team colours :
Prince George Multiplex
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. 
Home ice for : Prince George Cougars
Capacity : 
Ice pad size : 
Prince George OldTimers Hockey Association [web site]
Logo © Prince George OldTimers Hockey Association
Prince George, British Columbia, Canada. The Prince George OldTimers Hockey Association (PGOHA) was incorporated in the summer of 1978 with two teams. The league quickly expanded to 4 teams in 1980. Today the league has six teams rejoicing to the names - Ken Sand, KPMG, Play It Again, Rouge, Sgt O'Flaherty’s & Teamsport. All games are played at the Prince George Coliseum.
Prince of Wales Conference
One of two conferences of the NHL introduced in the 1974-75 season.  It had two divisions.
i. From 1974-75 to 1980-81 they were the Norris Division and the Adams Division.
ii. From 1981-82 to 1992-93 they were the Adams Division and the Patrick Division.
Prince of Wales Trophy
The Prince of Wales trophy was donated to the NHL by His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII), in 1924. 
i. From the 1923-24 to 1925-26 seasons, the trophy was awarded to the NHL playoff champions. The winners of the playoffs would then contest the Stanley Cup with the playoff champions of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association/Western Canada Hockey League. However, at the end of the 1924-25 regular season, third placed Montreal Canadiens played against second placed Toronto St Patricks in a total goals series. Montreal won the series and was awarded the Prince of Wales Trophy. The winners of that series were to go on and play the first placed Hamilton Tigers for the right to play for the Stanley Cup but the Hamilton players demanded $200 each for the extra games to be played and the league threatened to suspend the players and the team. Efforts to reach a compromise failed and the Tigers were suspended. Montreal went on to play for the Stanley Cup against the Western Canada Hockey League Victoria Cougars.
ii. From the 1926-27 to 1937-38 seasons, the trophy was presented to the team finishing first in the American Division of the NHL. 
iii. From the 1938-39 to 1966-67 seasons, the trophy was awarded to the NHL league champions. 
iv. From the 1967-68 to 1973-74 seasons, it again became a divisional trophy which was awarded to the regular-season champions of the East Division
v. From the 1974-75 to 1980-81, it was awarded to the regular-season winner of the Prince of Wales Conference
vi. From the 1981-82 to 1992-93 seasons, the trophy was presented to the playoff champion in the Prince of Wales Conference
vii. Since the 1993-94 season, the trophy has been presented to the playoff champion in the Eastern Conference.

1923-24 Montreal Canadiens 
1924-25 Montreal Canadiens 
1925-26 Montreal Maroons 
1926-27 Ottawa Senators 
1927-28 Boston Bruins 
1928-29 Boston Bruins 
1929-30 Boston Bruins 
1930-31 Boston Bruins 
1931-32 New York Rangers 
1932-33 Boston Bruins 
1933-34 Detroit Red Wings 
1934-35 Boston Bruins 
1935-36 Detroit Red Wings 
1936-37 Detroit Red Wings 
1937-38 Boston Bruins 
1938-39 Boston Bruins 
1939-40 Boston Bruins 
1940-41 Boston Bruins 
1941-42 New York Rangers 
1942-43 Detroit Red Wings 
1943-44 Montreal Canadiens 
1944-45 Montreal Canadiens 
1945-46 Montreal Canadiens 
1946-47 Montreal Canadiens 
1947-48 Toronto Maple Leafs 
1948-49 Detroit Red Wings 
1949-50 Detroit Red Wings 
1950-51 Detroit Red Wings 
1951-52 Detroit Red Wings 
1952-53 Detroit Red Wings 
1953-54 Detroit Red Wings 
1954-55 Detroit Red Wings 
1955-56 Montreal Canadiens 
1956-57 Detroit Red Wings 
1957-58 Montreal Canadiens 
1958-59 Montreal Canadiens 
1959-60 Montreal Canadiens 
1960-61 Montreal Canadiens 
1961-62 Montreal Canadiens 
1962-63 Toronto Maple Leafs 
1963-64 Montreal Canadiens 
1964-65 Detroit Red Wings 
1965-66 Montreal Canadiens 
1966-67 Chicago Black Hawks 
1967-68 Montreal Canadiens 
1968-69 Montreal Canadiens 
1969-70 Chicago Black Hawks 
1970-71 Boston Bruins 
1971-72 Boston Bruins 
1972-73 Montreal Canadiens 
1973-74 Boston Bruins 
1974-75 Buffalo Sabres 
1975-76 Montreal Canadiens 
1976-77 Montreal Canadiens 
1977-78 Montreal Canadiens 
1978-79 Montreal Canadiens 
1979-80 Buffalo Sabres 
1980-81 Montreal Canadiens 
1981-82 New York Islanders 
1982-83 New York Islanders 
1983-84 New York Islanders 
1984-85 Philadelphia Flyers 
1985-86 Montreal Canadiens 
1986-87 Philadelphia Flyers 
1987-88 Boston Bruins 
1988-89 Montreal Canadiens 
1989-90 Boston Bruins 
1990-91 Pittsburgh Penguins 
1991-92 Pittsburgh Penguins 
1992-93 Montreal Canadiens 
1993-94 New York Rangers 
1994-95 New Jersey Devils 
1995-96 Florida Panthers 
1996-97 Philadelphia Flyers 
1997-98 Washington Capitals 
1998-99 Buffalo Sabres 
1999-00 New Jersey Devils 
2000-01 New Jersey Devils 
2001-02 Carolina Hurricanes 
2002-03 New Jersey Devils 
2003-04 Tampa Bay Lightning 
2004-05 Not contested *
2005-06 Carolina Hurricanes
2006-07 Ottawa Senators

* Due to NHL Lockout
Prince William Panthers [web site]
Logo © Prince William Panthers
Dale City, Virginia, USA. Youth team which plays in the Capital Beltway Hockey League.
Home ice :
Team colours :
Princes
i. London, England. Played in the English League 1931-32.  Name changed to Queens at the end of that season.
Home ice : Princes Ice Rink
Team colours :
ii.
In the 1938-39 season Streatham Royals played in the London and Provincal League as Princes.
Home ice : 
Team colours : 
Newspaper Report
Princes II
London, England. Played in the English League Division 2 1931-32.  Name changed to P's & Q's A at the end of that season.
Home ice : Princes Ice Rink
Team colours :
Princes Ice Rink
Knightsbridge, London, England. Opened in 1897. Closed in the summer of 1914.
Home ice for : Princes and Princes II
Capacity :
Ice pad size : 210 feet x 52 feet
Prior, Trevor (1974- )
Born in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Netminder.
Club Career : Played for Sheffield Steelers 2002-03.
Medals : Won the Challenge Cup 2002-03.
Won the Superleague 2002-03.
Prisley, Vic (- )
Forward.
International Career : Played for  South Africa in the 1961 and 1966 World Championships.
Pro Hockey EuroReport [web site won our "Ice Hockey News Site of the Year" in 1998]
The FREE Pro Hockey EuroReport keeps track of Europeans playing professional hockey in North America. It is published weekly during the NHL regular season/playoffs in two forms: an e-mail edition sent to subscribers each Wednesday and a web-zine which is updated each Friday. The e-mail edition also features, from time to time, news on Europeans in the minor pro leagues, including the American Hockey League, the International Hockey League and the East Coast Hockey League. The EuroReport offers a compilation of news, notes and stats.
Pro Hockey Stuff [web site]
A web site run by Allen Massey, that provides useful information and links to hockey equipment sites. Pro Hockey Stuff is strictly an information site that is not affiliated with any gear manufacturer or supplier. They do not sell products on this site, and depend entirely on revenue from a small number of advertising links to support their project. 
Probert, Bob (1965- )
Born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Left-wing. Scored the last ever NHL goal at the Maple Leaf Gardens on the 13th February 1999, as the Blackhawks beat the Leafs 6-2.
Club Career : Played for Detroit Red Wings 1985-94 and Chicago Blackhawks 1995- .
Probst, Leslie (- )
One of the founders of the Colonial Hockey League.
Procházka, Emil (- )
International Career :  Team leader for Bohemia in the 1911 European Championships.
Medals : Won European Championship gold in 1911 (team leader).
Prochazka, Libor (1974- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for the Czech Republic in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Prochazka, Martin (1972- )
Left-wing.
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.
Prodgers, Samuel George 'Goldie' (1891-1935)
Born in London, Ontario, Canada. Played both forward & defence.
Club Career : Played for Quebec Bulldogs 1911-12 & 1913-14, Montreal Wanderers 1914-15, Montreal Canadiens 1915-16, Toronto St Patricks 1919-20, Hamilton Tigers 1920-25 and London Panthers 1926-28.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1912 & 1916.
'Production Line'
Detroit Red Wings famous high-scoring line with Sid Abel between Gordie Howe & Ted Lindsay. In 1949-50 Ted Lindsay led the NHL in scoring with Sid Abel and Gordie Howe finishing second & third respectively. 
Professional Hockey Players Association [web site]
Founded 1967.  The Professional Hockey Players' Association (PHPA) is the collective bargaining unit that represents over 1,500 players in the American Hockey League, the East Coast Hockey League, and the International Hockey League.
Professional Hockey Players Association/US Airways Award
An annual award. PHPA's Player-of-the-Year Award, for charitable efforts.
Professional Hockey Writers' Association
Annually select the NHL All-Star Teams.
Profsoyuznyi Sport Palace
Ekaterinburg, Russia. 
Home ice for : Dynamo-Energia Ekaterinburg
Capacity : 3,500
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 98 feet
Prohockey.de [web site]
English language online magazine, providing news coverage of the German Elite Hockey League (DEL): roundups, game recaps, interviews as well as exclusive columns by Canadian players Mike Kennedy (Adler Mannheim) and Boris Rousson (Hamburg Freezers).
Prokopiev, Alexander (1971- )
Born in Moscow, Russia, USSR. Centre.
International Career : Played for Russia in the 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 & 2004 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for CSKA Moscow 1990-91, Kristall Elektrostahl 1992-93, Dynamo Moscow 1993-96, HC Vitkovice 1996-98, Dynamo Moscow 1998-00 and Avangard Omsk 2000- .
Medals : Won World Championship silver in 2002.
Prolite
Brand name for CCM hockey skates in the 1930s.
Promark Hockey Academy [web site]
Based in Plantation, Flordia, USA. A skills training system based on improving control & confidence both in and out of skates. The site owners say, "It is our focus to provide the best hockey skills training & guidance to help youth hockey talent achieve the competitive edge."
Pronger, Chris (1974- )
Chris Pronger Poster
Born in Dryden, Ontario, Canada. Defenceman. Hartford Whalers 1st pick (2nd overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1992-93. Played for Canada in the 1997 World Championships and in the 1998, 2002 & 2006 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Peterborough Petes 1991-93, Hartford Whalers 1993-95, St Louis Blues 1995-04, Edmonton Oilers 2005-06 and Anaheim Ducks 2006- .
Medals : Won Olympic gold in 2002.
Won the Stanley Cup in 2007.
Honours : Won the NHL Plus-Minus Award in 1998 & 2000.
Won the Presidents' Trophy in 1999-00.
Won the Hart Memorial Trophy in 2000.
Won the James Norris Memorial Trophy 1999-00.
NHL All-Star First Team defenceman 1999-00.
NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1997-98 & 2003-04.
NHL North American All-Stars Roster 1999 & 2000.
NHL All-Stars Roster 2002 & 2004.
Captain of the St Louis Blues 1997-02, Anaheim Ducks 2007-
Played for Team Ontario U-17 in the Canada Winter Games in 1991.
Jersey/Shirt numbers worn : 25 44
Pronin, Nikolai (1979- )
Born in Russia, USSR. Forward.
International Career : Played for Russia in the 2004 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for CSKA Moscow 2003-04.
Pronovost, Andre (1936- )
Born in Shawinigan Falls, Québec, Canada. Left-wing.
Club Career : Played for Montreal Canadiens & Shawinigan Cataracts 1956-57, Montreal Canadiens 1957-60, Montreal Canadiens & Boston Bruins 1960-61, Boston Bruins 1961-62, Boston Bruins & Detroit Red Wings 1962-63, Detroit Red Wings 1963-64, Detroit Red Wings & Pittsburgh Hornets & Memphis Wings 1964-65, Pittsburgh Hornets 1965-66, Memphis Wings 1966-67, Minnesota North Stars & Memphis South Stars 1967-68, Phoenix Roadrunners & Baltimore Clippers 1968-69, Muskegon Mohawks 1969-71 and Jersey Devils 1971-72.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1957, 1958, 1959 & 1960.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1957, 1958, 1959 & 1960.
Pronovost, Jean (1945- )
Born in Shawinigan Falls, Québec, Canada. Forward.
International Career : Played for Canada in the 1976 Canada Cup and in the 1978 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Pittsburgh Penguins 1968-78, Atlanta Flames 1978-80, Washington Capitals 1980-81 and Washington Capitals & Hershey Bears 1981-82.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1975, 1976, 1977 & 1978.
Captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins 1977-78.
Pronovost, Marcel (1930- )
Born in Shawinigan Falls, Québec, Canada.
Club Career : Played for Detroit Red Wings 1950-65, Toronto Maple Leafs 1965-69 and Tulsa Oilers 1969-71 .
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1950, 1952, 1954, 1955 & 1967.
Honours : Elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1978.
NHL All-Star First Team defenceman 1959-60 & 1960-61
NHL All-Star Second Team defenceman 1957-58 & 1958-59.
NHL All-Star Roster 1950, 1954, 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1963, 1965 & 1968.
Propp, Brian (1959- ) 
Forward.
International Career : Played for Canada (Junior) in 1978-79. Played for Canada in the 1987 Canada Cup.
Proshkin, Vitali (1976- )
Born in Russia, USSR. Defenceman.
International Career : Played for Russia in the 2004 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Ak Bars Kazan 2003-04.
Prospal, Vaclav 'Vinnie' (1975- )
Born in Ceske-Budjovice, Czechoslovakia. Right-Wing. Philadelphia Flyers 2nd pick (71st overall) in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft
International Career : Played for Czech Republic in the 2000 World Championships.
Club Career : Played for Hershey Bears 1993-96, Philadelphia Flyers & Philadelphia Phantoms 1996-97, Philadelphia Flyers & Ottawa Senators 1997-98, Ottawa Senators 1998-00, Ottawa Senators & Florida Panthers 2000-01, Tampa Bay Lightning 2001-03, Anaheim Mighty Ducks 2003-04 and Tampa Bay Lightning 2004- .
Medals : Won World Championship gold in 2000.
Provenzano, Frank (1971- )
Born in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada.
Club Career (managing) :
General Manager Washington Capitals 1997-04 (assistant) and Dallas Stars 2006- (assistant).
Providence Bruins [web site]
Logo © Providence Bruins
Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Played in the American Hockey League in 1992- . 
Home ice : Providence Civic Center
Team colours : 
Affiliations have included : Boston Bruins 1992-08
General manager :
Mike O'Connell
Head coach :
Mike O'Connell 1992-04, Steve Kasper 1994-95, Bob Francis 1995-97, Tom McVie 1997-98, Peter Laviolette 1998-00, Bill Armstrong 2000-02, Mike Sullivan & Scott Gordon 2002-03, Scott Gordon 2003-  
Honours : Won the American Hockey League Northern Division 1992-93.
Won the American Hockey League 1998-99.
Won the Calder Cup in 1999.
Providence Civic Center
Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
Home ice for : Providence Bruins
Capacity :
11,911
Ice pad size : 200 feet x 85 feet
Providence Reds
Logo © Providence Reds
Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Played in the Canadian-American Hockey League 1926-36 and the American Hockey League 1936-76. Name changed to Rhode Island Reds in 1976.
Home ice : Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence Civic Center
Team colours : red, white & black
Affiliations have included : New York Rangers 1974-76, St Louis Blues 1975-76
General manager : John Muckler 1974-76
Head coach : Newsy Lalonde 1931-32, John Muckler 1974-76
Team captain : Danny Summers 1949-50
Honours : Won the Calder Cup in 1938, 1940, 1949 & 1956.
Won the American Hockey League Eastern Division 1940-41, 1947-48, 1948-49 & 1970-71.
Won the American Hockey League 1955-56 & 1956-57.
Won the American Hockey League East Division 1962-63.
Won the American Hockey League Northern Division 1974-75.
Provost, Claude (1933-1984)
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Scored 279 goals in 1131 games over 15 NHL-seasons with the  Montreal Canadiens.
Club Career :
Played for Montreal Canadiens 1955-70.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968 & 1969.
Honours : NHL All-Star First Team right-wing 1964-65.
NHL All-Star Roster 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965 & 1967.
Provost, Stephane (1967-2005)
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. As an NHL linesman, he officiated in 695 games in his 1995-04 career. Died in a motorcycle accident in Florida, USA.
Prudential Center
Newark, New Jersey, USA. Opened in 2007. In the first NHL game at the arena on 27th October 2007, New Jersey Devils hosted Ottawa Senators.
Home ice for : New Jersey Devils
Capacity : 17,625
Ice pad size : 
Prunet, Lilian (- )
Defenceman.
International Career : Played for France in the 2003 World Championship Division I (Group B) and the 2004 World Championships.
Medals : Won World Championship Division I (Group B) gold in 2003.
Prusek, Martin (1975- )
Born in Ostrava, Czechoslovakia. Netminder. Ottawa Senators 6th pick (164th overall) in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft.
International Career : Played for the Czech Republic in the 1999 World Championships Pool A.
Club Career : Played for HC Vitkovice 1994-01, Ottawa Senators (one game) & Grand Rapids Griffins 2001-02 and Ottawa Senators 2002- .
Honours : Won the Baz Bastien Trophy in 2002.
Won the Hap Holmes Memorial Trophy (shared with Mathieu Chouinard & Simon Lajeunesse). 
Prýl, Stanislav (1942- )
Born in Pardubice, Czechoslovakia. Right-wing. Played a very North American type of game. Good skater who liked to hit. He wasn't afraid to take a beating in front of the net and had a very good shot as well. Played 15 seasons in the Czech league, scoring 223 goals in 424 games. For Tesla he played mostly on a line together with Milan Koks and Zdenek Spacek. On the national team he was most often teamed up with Josef Golonka, Jaroslav Holik or Vaclav Nedomanský.
International Career : Played for Czechoslovakia 93 times (scoring 49 goals) in six World Championships (between 1963 and 1970) and the 1964 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Pardubice 1959-61, Dukla Jihlava 1961-63 and Tesla Pardubice 1963-74 (champions in 1973). 
Prystai, Metro (1927- )
Born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. Centre.
Club Career : Played for Chicago Blackhawks 1947-50, Detroit Red Wings 1950-54, Detroit Red Wings & Chicago Blackhawks 1954-55, Chicago Blackhawks & Detroit Red Wings 1955-56, Detroit Red Wings 1956-57, Edmonton Flyers & Detroit Red Wings 1957-58 and Edmonton Flyers 1958-59.
Medals : Won the Stanley Cup in 1952 & 1954.
Honours : NHL All-Star Roster 1950, 1953 & 1954.
Przezdziecki, Henryk (1909- )
Netminder.
International Career : Played for Poland in the 1936 Olympics.
Club Career : Played for Legia Warsaw.

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