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  • If his guilty plea to perjury is accepted, the financier who earned the nickname Peter Puck will have a felony conviction, meaning that, as a Canadian, he will be subject to "removal, also known as deportation, which may under the circumstances, be mandatory," the 18-page agreement said.

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  • The financier known as Peter Puck, who traded Wayne Gretzky from the Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings in 1988, has pleaded not guilty to the two-count felony indictment that accuses him of filing false personal bankruptcy declarations and making false oaths.

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  • If you don't know much about hockey take a look at this classic Peter Puck video.

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  • 'A 26-part animated series featuring the legendary Peter Puck, focusing on interesting and unique stories of players and remarkable moments in hockey

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  • Not only did Peter Puck retreat a bit to the weak side to gain a better blanket view of his zone, you could also see him screaming and gesturing with his stick about an uncovered Islander to Henrik's right.

    The Hockey Rodent

  • Pocklington was hailed as a civic hero, known affectionately Peter Puck.

  • Pocklington, whose nickname is Peter Puck, moved full time to Palm Springs in 2002 after a series of business ventures failed and required government bailouts in Canada.

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  • Known affectionately as Peter Puck, he cavorted with celebrities and golfed with U.S. presidents, though fame also had its dark side.

  • Think about it: born and raised around here and growing up watching the Flyers and Peter Puck; back here in the old days, that's all you would watch on TV.

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  • The prevailing theory is that Peter Puck (Ed Snider) has handcuffed Stefanski.

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