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  • Peter Sturgeon
  • Peter Sturgeon
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  • He played junior with the Kitchener Rangers. Sturgeon spent several years in the Boston Bruins' farm system before signing as a free agent with the Rockies. He played six games over two seasons with Colorado, scoring one assist, but was relegated back to the minors. Sturgeon retired in 1982 after spending a year with the senior Georgetown Raiders. In 1998 he was hired as the first coach of the Mississauga IceDogs of the Ontario Hockey League. He was fired in mid-season after the team compiled a 1-21-1 record.
  • Peter Sturgeon is an actor that was arranged to play a 'Crocker' (later canonically named as Saurins) in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope as documented in the 1979 book The Art of Star Wars featuring sketches by John Mollo. For unknown reasons, Sturgeon did not end up playing any of the Crockers in the final film; he was replaced by Barbara Frankland and an unknown actress (whom would later be replaced by Laurie Goode.
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  • Peter Sturgeon
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  • He played junior with the Kitchener Rangers. Sturgeon spent several years in the Boston Bruins' farm system before signing as a free agent with the Rockies. He played six games over two seasons with Colorado, scoring one assist, but was relegated back to the minors. Sturgeon retired in 1982 after spending a year with the senior Georgetown Raiders. In 1998 he was hired as the first coach of the Mississauga IceDogs of the Ontario Hockey League. He was fired in mid-season after the team compiled a 1-21-1 record.
  • Peter Sturgeon is an actor that was arranged to play a 'Crocker' (later canonically named as Saurins) in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope as documented in the 1979 book The Art of Star Wars featuring sketches by John Mollo. For unknown reasons, Sturgeon did not end up playing any of the Crockers in the final film; he was replaced by Barbara Frankland and an unknown actress (whom would later be replaced by Laurie Goode.