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Reg Bentley (born May 3, 1914, date of death unknown) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player who played 11 games in the National Hockey League. He was born in Delisle, Saskatchewan and played with the Chicago Black Hawks.

He started out playing senior hockey with the Delisle Tigers (1931-33) and the intermediate Kerrobert Tigers (1933-35). After that Bentley played senior with the Saskatoon Standards, Saskatoon Quakers, Moose Jaw Millers, and the Drumheller Miners until 1941.

Bentley turned pro with the Kansas City Americans in 1941-42. The following season he was called up by the Chicago Black Hawks and played in 11 games, scoring 1 goal and 2 assists. That was the extent of his NHL experience. Two of his brothers, Doug and Max are both members of the Hockey Hall of Fame. On January 3, 1943 against the New York Rangers, Reg scored his only NHL goal, assisted by Max and Doug, an NHL first.

He returned to Canada and played senior again for the Esquimalt Navy, Moose Jaw Victorias and Calgary Currie Army until 1945.

After 1945 he played for the New Westminster Royals, Saskatoon Quakers and Yorkton Legion, retiring in 1952.

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