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| nationality = {{flagicon|LAT}} [[Latvia|Latvian]]
 
| nationality = {{flagicon|LAT}} [[Latvia|Latvian]]
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1972|11|13|mf=y}}
 
| birth_date = {{Birth date and age|1972|11|13|mf=y}}
| birth_place = Gastello, [[Soviet Union|USSR]]
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| birth_place = [[Gastello]], [[Soviet Union|USSR]]
 
| career_start = 1990
 
| career_start = 1990
 
| career_end = 2007
 
| career_end = 2007
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| played_for = [[Boston Bruins]]<br>[[New York Islanders]]
 
| played_for = [[Boston Bruins]]<br>[[New York Islanders]]
 
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'''Grigorijs Panteļejevs''' (born November 13, 1972 in Gastello, [[Soviet Union]]) is a former professional [[ice hockey]] [[winger (ice hockey)|left winger]]. He was drafted in the sixth round, 136th overall, by the [[Boston Bruins]] in the [[1992 NHL Entry Draft]]. He played fifty-four games in the [[National Hockey League]]: fifty over three seasons with the Bruins and four in the [[1995–96 NHL season|1995–96 season]] with the [[New York Islanders]].
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'''Grigorijs Panteļejevs''' (born November 13, 1972 in [[Gastello]], [[Soviet Union]]) is a former professional [[ice hockey]] [[winger (ice hockey)|left winger]]. He was drafted in the sixth round, 136th overall, by the [[Boston Bruins]] in the [[1992 NHL Entry Draft]]. He played fifty-four games in the [[National Hockey League]]: fifty over three seasons with the Bruins and four in the [[1995–96 NHL season|1995–96 season]] with the [[New York Islanders]].
   
 
He has played in 9 World championships and [[2006 Olympics]] for [[Latvian national ice hockey team|Latvian national team]].
 
He has played in 9 World championships and [[2006 Olympics]] for [[Latvian national ice hockey team|Latvian national team]].

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