Peterborough Petes

The Peterborough Petes are a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League. The team has played in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, since 1956, and is the oldest continuously operating team in the league.

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Liam Reddox - Playing Career
... was drafted in the fourth round of the 2002 Ontario Hockey League priority selection to the Peterborough Petes ... Reddox, who currently lives in Whitby, Ontario, led the Petes in scoring in his first two full years with the team, including his rookie season in 2003–04 ... Reddox spent three years with the Peterborough Petes, in which he played with both Eric and Jordan Staal, Calgary Flames prospect Daniel Ryder (the younger brother of Michael ...
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds - Championships
... The Greyhounds also joined the Oshawa Generals and Peterborough Petes as the only OHL teams to make three consecutive appearances in the Memorial Cup ... Peterborough Petes 1991 Champions vs ... North Bay Centennials 1993 Lost to Peterborough Petes Memorial Cup 1985 3rd place in Drummondville, Québec 1991 4th place in Québec City, Québec 1992 Finalists ...
Max Kaminsky Trophy - Winners
... Sudbury Wolves 1992–93 – Chris Pronger, Peterborough Petes 1991–92 – Drake Berehowsky, North Bay Centennials 1990–91 – Chris Snell, Ottawa 67's 1989–90 – John Slaney ... Kingston Canadians 1973–74 – Jim Turkiewicz, Peterborough Petes 1972–73 – Denis Potvin, Ottawa 67's 1971–72 – Denis Potvin, Ottawa 67's 1970–71 – Jocelyn Guevremont, Montreal Junior ...
Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School - Peterborough Petes
... High-school age members of the Peterborough Petes Major Junior A Hockey Club attend the school ... Some notable Petes who attended TAS include Tie Domi Steve Yzerman Chris Pronger Kris King Mike Ricci Luke Richardson Jody Hull Ron Tugnutt Kay Whitmore Dave Reid Jordan Staal Eric Staal ...
Peterborough Petes - Arena
... The Peterborough Memorial Centre was constructed in 1956, and named in honour of the many war veterans who came from the region ... + 1,000 more (concerts) Ice size = 195' x 85' Peterborough Memorial Centre The OHL Arena Travel Guide ...