P. J. Stock
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|P. J. Stock|
May 26, 1975 |
Dollard-des-Ormeaux, QC, CAN
|Height||5 ft 10 in (178 cm)|
|Weight||190 lb (86 kg; 13 st 8 lb)|
Hartford Wolf Pack
New York Rangers (1997–2000)
Montreal Canadiens (2000)
Philadelphia Flyers (2000–2001)
Boston Bruins (2001–2004)
Philip Joseph Stock (born May 26, 1975) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey player. Since retiring as a player he has become a regular member of the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast team and is currently working for Sportsnet. Stock also occasionally participates as a panelist on the French language show "L'antichambre", broadcast on the Quebec-based RDS sports channel.
Stock played two years with the Victoriaville Tigres of QMJHL, where he was briefly a junior teammate of NHL bust Alexandre Daigle. Upon graduating junior, Stock entered St. Francis Xavier University in 1996. He was not drafted by an NHL team and signed as a free agent with the New York Rangers in 1997. Stock spent the next three seasons playing for both the Rangers and their AHL farm team, the Hartford Wolf Pack, and scored the Wolf Pack's first-ever goal on home ice at the Hartford Civic Center in 1997. Prior to 2000–01, Stock signed a free agent contract with the Montreal Canadiens. He played 20 games that year with the Canadiens before being traded to the Philadelphia Flyers for Gino Odjick. After a brief return to New York in the following offseason, Stock was claimed by the Boston Bruins in the annual waiver draft.
After two full seasons in Boston, Stock was briefly sent to their Providence farm team before being loaned to the Philadelphia Phantoms of the AHL. Stock totaled five goals, 26 points and 523 penalty minutes in 235 NHL games before being forced to retire due to an eye injury sustained during an AHL game between Springfield and Philadelphia. Stock was being loaned to the Philadelphia Phantoms at the time.
Stock had his own show on Montreal radio called The Stock Exchange on Team 990. He presented sports on Montreal News at 6 on CBMT (CBC) television on a segment named Stock Talk. Being bilingual, he regularly appears in a francophone sports debate program on RDS, L'Antichambre. He was also a game and studio analyst for The NHL On OLN in its first season.
Stock debuted on CBC's Hockey Night in Canada in 2007 as a panel member for The Hot Stove segment hosted by Ron MacLean For the 2008–09 season, he was reassigned to handle the scores and highlights. In 2010, he became an In Studio Analyst on HNIC alongside Kelly Hrudey.
On December 18, 2009, Stock hosted "The Intermission with Tony Marinaro and The Stock Exchange" for the final time. He has decided to take it easy for a while and hang out with his family more often.
On February 3, 2010, Stock joined the morning show team of Chantal Desjardins and Pete Marier on CHOM-FM in Montreal. He brought a comedic element to the show by attempting to interview his family's hamster, Richard Gere. Stock left the station a year later.
In 2012, Stock was featured along with Isabelle Brasseur in a TV advertisement by Depend, an incontinence product brand. With the help of these two athletes, Depend supports the Canadian Cancer Society for cancers below the waist and the BC Cancer Foundation’s Underwear Affair.
Stock currently lives in Montreal with his wife Jean Marie and their four children, Tyson, Payton, Averie and Madigan. He is fluently bilingual.
|1992–93||Pembroke Lumber Kings||CJAHL||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|1996–97||St. Francis Xavier University||CIAU||27||11||10||21||110||—||—||—||—||—|
|1997–98||Hartford Wolf Pack||AHL||41||8||8||16||202||11||1||3||4||79|
|1997–98||New York Rangers||NHL||38||2||3||5||114||—||—||—||—||—|
|1998–99||New York Rangers||NHL||5||0||0||0||6||—||—||—||—||—|
|1998–99||Hartford Wolf Pack||AHL||55||4||14||18||250||6||0||1||1||35|
|1999–00||New York Rangers||NHL||11||0||1||1||11||—||—||—||—||—|
|1999–00||Hartford Wolf Pack||AHL||64||13||23||36||290||23||1||11||12||69|
- Career statistics and player information from NHL.com, or Hockey-Reference.com, or Legends of Hockey, or The Internet Hockey Database
- Putting Stock in a New Career : Boston.com