The Chicago Blackhawks called him up for 5 games in 1936-37, where he scored a goal and 2 assists. He then played for senior teams in Portage Lakes until he retired in 1941 to join the American miltary for World War II.
Klingbeil died in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in a military hospice, at the age of 86. He was buried in Fort Logan National Cemetery, Denver.
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