Yes, it does. I have a PP435 and it's a pain. Poulan recommends a preventative measure of removing the air filter and blowing air through the carb or fuel line jets. I'm sure this works most of the time, but if the chain is hot and you pull it off the chain bar...well, you can imagine what happens.
Mine's been doing this for a couple of years now and it just seems to be a bit temperamental. If you have a Poulan, be sure you have a good air filter and that it's clean. Also, if possible, start a cooling down period a few minutes before you shut the saw down.
When I shut my saw down, I usually let it idle for a few minutes before I take the chain off. That way it's well cooled off. My saw also struggles a bit when it's pulling a heavy chain through a large log, but I don't think it's a chain issue.
I think it has to do with the saw getting a bit overwhelmed with that much weight to move through wood, but it always starts again after a second or two.