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Marcel Bonin (born September 12, 1932 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a retired Canadian forward.

Bonin played junior hockey with the Trois Rivieres Flambeaux of the Quebec Junior Hockey League in 1950-51. He was named a second team all-star that season.

He moved on to the Quebec Aces of the Quebec Senior Hockey League (Major) when they won the Alexander Cup in 1951-52 QSHL Season.

Bonin was then sold to the Detroit Red Wings by the Aces on October 22,1952.He played three seasons with the Red Wings, winning the Stanley Cup in 1953-54 NHL season and 1954-55 NHL season.

He was then traded to the Boston Bruins in the big Terry Sawchuk trade in 1955. He played the 1955-56 NHL season with the Bruins and then rejoined the Quebec Aces in 1956-57 QHL Season when they won the Edinburgh Trophy.

In 1957 he was claimed on waivers by the Montreal Canadiens, They put him on a line with Jean Beliveau and Bernie Geoffrion. Bonin had an excellent three seasons with the Habs, winning two more Stanley Cups.

His career was ended by a serious back injury after an on-ice collision with Pete Goegan in 1962.

Awards

External links

  • Marcel Bonin's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database

This article uses material from the "Marcel Bonin" article on the Ice Hockey wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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