Leonard Gerald 'Leo The Lion' Labine (July 22 1931–February 25 2005) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. A native of Haileybury, Ontario, Labine played for teams in the NHL, WHL, EPHL, and the AHL. At 5'10", and 178lbs, Labine had a long and varied career. He played with the following teams during his lifetime:
- St. Michael's Majors from 1949 to 1950;
- Barrie Flyers, with whom he won the Memorial Cup, from 1950 to 1951;
- Hershey Bears from 1951 to 1953;
- Boston Bruins from 1951 to 1961;
- Sudbury Wolves from 1961 to 1962;
- Los Angeles Blades from 1962 to 1967.
Labine, who retired from hockey in 1967, was also a member of the WHL All-Star Team in 1964, and participated in the NHL All-Star Games of 1955 and 1956. Labine played in a total of 643 NHL games, had 128 goals, and 321 points.
Labine died at the North Bay General Hospital in North Bay, Ontario, on February 25 2005, at the age of seventy-four, after a battle with cancer. He is buried in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in North Bay.