Percy L. "Puss" Traub (August 23, 1896 in Chesley, Ontario – May 5, 1948) was a professional ice hockey defenceman who played for the Chicago Black Hawks and the Detroit Cougars of the National Hockey League.
He played senior hockey for the Regina Victorias, Regina 217th Battalion, and the Regina Depot Battalion from 1915 to 1921. In 1921 he signed as a free agent with the Regina Capitals of the Western Canada Hockey League and played with them through the 1924-25 season. In 1925 Traub moved with them to become the Portland Rosebuds and then in 1926 the team moved to become the Chicago Black Hawks.
Traub played a full season with the expansion Hawks in 1926-27 and then was traded to the Detroit Cougars in 1927 where he played two seasons. He retired in 1929 to become a referee and in 1930 took over as coach of the senior Regina Victorias.
In the NHL Traub played in 130 games and scored 3 goals and 3 assists.