The puck stops here for former the Edmonton Oilers’ former owner.

Peter Pocklington was sentenced to six months of home detention for making false statements in his Southern California bankruptcy case. He was also sentenced to two years of probation in a Riverside courtroom yesterday.

Pocklington pleaded guilty to perjury in May and could have received a maximum 10-year sentence.

The former Edmontonian was arrested last year at his Palm Desert home. Prosecutors said he concealed assets during bankruptcy proceedings in which he claimed to have about $3,000 but owed more than $19 million.