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Sunday, January 23, 2011
Chris Pronger didn't take Game 6 puck

By Jesse Rogers

The Chicago Blackhawks don't know where it is and neither does Chris Pronger of the Philadelphia Flyers.

The winning puck from Patrick Kane's overtime goal in Game 6 of the 2010 Stanley Cup finals is still missing. The Blackhawks and Flyers played for the first time since that game on Sunday with the Flyers winning 4-1.

Afterward, Pronger was asked if he knew where the Game 6 winning puck was.

"I don't know where that puck is," he said. "I thought you were talking about Game 2. Game 6, I was on the bench. I was a little disappointed at that point to skate all the way down there and take the puck. That might be a little much. If I'm on the ice and it's right in front of me, that's a different story."

Pronger and Ben Eager of the Blackhawks had words after Pronger took the puck from Game 2, a Blackhawks 2-1 home victory.

"[The Game 2 puck] will end up on eBay at some point," Pronger joked. "All proceeds will go to charity."

As for the Game 6 puck, the mystery continues.

"I would think one of them [Blackhawks] would have grabbed it," Pronger said. "Maybe the referees have it."

Jesse Rogers covers the Blackhawks for