Ray Podloski (born January 5, 1966 in Edmonton, Alberta) was a professional ice hockey player who played eight games in the National Hockey League. He played with the Boston Bruins.

He played junior hockey for the Portland Winter Hawks and won the Memorial Cup in 1983. The team also played in the 1986 Memorial Cup tournament. Podloaski scored 138 points in 1984-85 and 134 in 1985-86. He was chosen 40th overall by the Boston Bruins in the 1984 NHL Entry Draft.

Podloski turned pro in 1986-87 with the Moncton Golden Flames. He was called up for eight games with the Bruins in 1988-89 (scoring one assist) but was sent back to the minors. He decided, instead, to join the Canadian national men's hockey team in 1989-90.

After spending one year with the Canadian team, Podloski then moved to Europe, playing with teams in Austria, Italy, Denmark, and Germany. He also became an Austrian citizen, playing for that country's team in the 1999 World Championship.

Podloski retired in 2003 and died on May 31, 2018.

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