The show was created by Hanna-Barbera, and only nine original episodes were made. The nine 3-5 minute episodes were played between the first and second periods over two seasons. Over the next five years, the creators spliced in clips of Peter with live action footage to create "The Story of the Stanley Cup" segments to keep Peter Puck alive. Click here for a detailed outline of the Peter Puck story.
Over the last year, there has been a bit of a comeback for our little puck friend. All of his episodes are now available on DVD, there is a Peter Puck fanclub on Facebook and according to the Globe and Mail:
"A line of Peter Puck apparel [has hit] store shelves and a national financial institution has secured a three-year deal in which Peter will be its official 'spokespuck'... [there are] big plans for the character, which could involve books, toys, breakfast cereal — even his own computer animated television program ... there's been interest from various broadcasters in a half-hour television program depicting the adventures of Peter Puck."