Peter Puck serenades a fan.

Peter Puck is a talking hockey puck with ice skates and gloves. He was created by Hanna-Barbera in 1973 when NBC asked for an animated character to explain the rudiments of ice hockey to fans of the game.

In each episode, Peter lectured on a different aspect of ice hockey: how the equipment is made, referee hand signals and penalties, the history of the Stanley Cup, etc. Only nine episodes were produced, but Peter Puck was a cult favorite in the 1970s, and still has many fans today.

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