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Albert Patrick "Bert" Connelly (Born April 22, 1909, date of death unknown) was a Canadian left winger in the NHL. He played for the New York Rangers and the Chicago Black Hawks. He was born in Montreal, Quebec.

Playing career[]

From 1929 – 1931 he played for 3 senior teams in Montreal: the Montreal Eurekas, Montreal Columbus Club, and Verdun Canadian Pacific. In 1931-32 he signed with the senior Moncton Hawks and won two Allan Cups (1933 & 1934) during his time with the team.

In 1935 he finally got his chance in the NHL when he was signed by the New York Rangers. He played with the Rangers for 2 seasons. He played the 1937 season with the Philadelphia Ramblers of the IAHL. He began the next season with the Springfield Indians. midway through the 1938 season he was picked up by the Chicago Black Hawks. He helped the team win the Stanley Cup that spring.

After his Stanley Cup triumph with the Chicago Black Hawks his NHL career was over. He remained an active player in the minor leagues until 1946 when he retired from hockey.


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