Armand Raymond (born January 12, 1913) is a retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played 22 games in the National Hockey League for the Montreal Canadiens. He was born in Montreal, Quebec.
He played junior hockey for the Montreal St Francois from 1931 to 1934 and played senior hockey for the Montreal St Francois Xavier in 1933-34. In 1935-36 Raymond, who was also worked for the Quebec Provincial Police, played for the Atlantic City Sea Gulls and then moved to the senior Montreal Canadiens in 1936-37 and the Montreal Concordia Civics in 1937-38.
The 200 lb. defenceman caught the eye of the NHL Montreal Canadiens and was signed as a free agent in February, 1938. He finished the season for the Canadiens, playing in 11 regular season games (scoring 2 assists) and in 2 playoff games (going scoreless).
Raymond returned to the Civics in 1938-39 and then got another 11 game callup with the Habs in 1939-40, scoring another assist. But the Canadiens had not figured Raymond in their long-term plans and he finished the season with the Providence Reds. After playing two seasons of senior hockey in Quebec, Raymond retired in 1942.