I feel like it is important to point out that this remains Cehptember, a month to celebrate all things Peter Cehlarik. With that in mind, we are not here to criticize our man Peter Cehlarik; instead, we are here to elevate our man Peter Cehlarik.
With that in mind, it doesn’t make sense to point out that Peter Cehlarik skated just 11:19 in the Bruins’ 3-2 loss to the Blackhawks over the weekend. It also doesn’t make sense to say that he didn’t land a shot on goal.
Instead, it makes sense to point out that our man Peter Cehlarik had one takeaway in Saturday night’s game. He also had zero giveaways. Peter doesn’t giveth, Peter taketh away.
That’s more like it.
Today’s Peter Cehlarik Fact
Peter Cehlarik’s first name is Peter.
In the history for the Bruins franchise, the team has drafted 9 players named Peter: Cehlarik (2013), Hamerlik (2002), Nordstrom (1998), Vandemark (1976), Sturgeon (1974), Roberts (1974), Waselovich (1974), Crosbie (1973), and Gaw (1972).
Your eyes do not deceive you: the Bruins drafted three Peters during the 1974 NHL Draft alone. It truly was Peter Szn.
They have also drafted 17 players from the Peterborough Petes of the OHL.