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Born April 22, 1974 (1974-04-22) (age 35),
Quebec City, Quebec, QC, CAN
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
200 lb (91 kg; 14 st 4 lb)
Position Left Wing
Shoots Left
IHL team
F. teams
Fort Wayne Komets
Boston Bruins
NHL Draft Undrafted
Career 1996 – present

Pierre-Claude "P.C." Drouin (born April 22, 1974 in St. Lambert, Quebec) is a Canadian ice hockey left winger who currently plays for the Fort Wayne Komets of the International Hockey League.

Drouin played for Cornell University Big Red in the NCAA, and has represented a number of professional hockey teams. He has played 3 NHL games for the Boston Bruins in the 1996–97 NHL season, scoring no points.

He was signed by the Bruins from Cornell University as a free agent and had spells in the American Hockey League with the Providence Bruins and the ECHL for the Charlotte Checkers. In 1998, he moved to the United Kingdom to play in the now-defunct British Ice Hockey Superleague for the Bracknell Bees, where he won the Superleague title in 1999-2000. He then moved to the Nottingham Panthers in a two-year spell which saw him lead the team in points both seasons. He then played in Germany's Deutsche Eishockey Liga for the Augsburger Panther and then in Finland's SM-liiga for JYP Jyvaskyla and Jokerit. He returned to America and joined the Fort Wayne Komets of the United Hockey League in an impressive two-year spell which saw him [score 24 goals and 50 assists for 74 points in both seasons. He then spent a season with the Hockey Club de Morzine Avoriaz in France as a player/assistant coach, before returning to the Nottingham Panthers as a player/assistant coach in 2007. After being released by Nottingham mid-season, Drouin returned home to Fort Wayne, where he helped the Fort Wayne Komets win the Turner Cup in a dramatic final in 2008.

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