Alexander "Alex" Levinsky (February 2, 1910 in Syracuse, New York – September 1, 1990 in Toronto) was a professional player in the NHL.

Levinsky played for the Toronto Marlboros juniors and seniors as well at the University of Toronto for a year. Levinsky won the Memorial Cup with the Marlboros in 1929,

He debuted with the Toronto Maple Leafs late in the 1930-31 season. "Mine Boy" became a regular the next year and helped the franchise win its first Stanley Cup as the Maple Leafs. He spent two more years with the Leafs before he was traded to the New York Rangers for cash.

Levinsky played 20 games for the Blueshirts then joined the Chicago Black Hawks for four and a half years. He was a solid presence in the Hawks' end of the ice and scored a goal during the club's drive to its second Stanley Cup championship in 1938. He retired in 1940 after playing a year with the AHL's Philadelphia Ramblers.

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    Regular season   Playoffs
Season Team League GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
1930–31Toronto Maple LeafsNHL80112
1931–32Toronto Maple LeafsNHL47551029
1932–33Toronto Maple LeafsNHL4814561910114
1933–34Toronto Maple LeafsNHL47511163850006
1934–35New York RangersNHL210446----------
1934–35Chicago Black HawksNHL233471620000
1935–36Chicago Black HawksNHL481786920110
1936–37Chicago Black HawksNHL4808832----------
1937–38Chicago Black HawksNHL483251871010
1938–39Philadelphia RamblersIAHL174592
1938–39Chicago Black HawksNHL3013436----------
1939–40Philadelphia RamblersIAHL533131622
NHL totals 3681949683072521320

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