Marcel Bonin (born September 12, 1932 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a retired Canadian forward.

Bonin played junior hockey with the Trois Rivieres Flambeaux of the Quebec Junior Hockey League in 1950-51. He was named a second team all-star that season.

He moved on to the Quebec Aces of the Quebec Senior Hockey League (Major) when they won the Alexander Cup in 1951-52 QSHL Season.

Bonin was then sold to the Detroit Red Wings by the Aces on October 22,1952.He played three seasons with the Red Wings, winning the Stanley Cup in 1953-54 NHL season and 1954-55 NHL season.

He was then traded to the Boston Bruins in the big Terry Sawchuk trade in 1955. He played the 1955-56 NHL season with the Bruins and then rejoined the Quebec Aces in 1956-57 QHL Season when they won the Edinburgh Trophy.

In 1957 he was claimed on waivers by the Montreal Canadiens, They put him on a line with Jean Beliveau and Bernie Geoffrion. Bonin had an excellent three seasons with the Habs, winning two more Stanley Cups.

His career was ended by a serious back injury after an on-ice collision with Pete Goegan in 1962.

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