Today’s Guest on the PHA Podcast is Peter Marsh
After a prolific junior career with Sherbrooke of the Quebec Major Junior League, Peter played eight big league seasons between 1976 and 1984 with the Cincinnati Stingers, Chicago Blackhawks and Winnipeg Jets.
Peter notched 44 goals in the WHA’s swan song season in 1978-79, teaming with fellow youngsters and future Hall of Famers Mark Messier and Mike Gartner.
Peter remains an active member of the Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Association, which contributes thousands of dollars each year to children in need.
In this interview Peter recalls key points in his career in both leagues and his frightening connection to the Humbolt bus tragedy.
Peter is also involved in the upcoming “Drop Your Gloves” event in Massachusetts on May 5th. This event is in honor of his former teammate Joe Carlevale, a fixture in Massachusetts hockey, who passed away from brain cancer in 2017.
Join celebrity Auction Host Jenny Johnson for the inaugural 'Drop Your Gloves' Silent Auction Evening in memory of Joe to benefit the Joseph F. Carlevale Jr. Memorial Hockey Scholarship Fund!
The event takes place at the DoubleTree Hilton, Danvers, MA 01923
For more information: www.joehockey.org