Peter Slobodian played two years with the Brandon Wheat Kings then two more with the Regina Aces before signing a free agent deal with the New York Americans on October 11th, 1940.
Slobodian, who was born on April 24, 1918 in Dauphin, Manitoba joined the NHL at a time where many teams rosters were thinned out by wartime commitments. Slobodian played 41 games on the Americans blueline and contributed three goals and five points.
After his season in the NHL, Slobodian returned to Senior hockey, spending six of the next eight seasons playing Senior hockey in Canada with two years spent with the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League. His last season was spent with the Lethbridge Maple Leafs, a Senior club.
Upon his retirement he remained in Lethbridge to accept a coaching position with the Lethbridge Native Sons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League.