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Date of Birth: 1926
Death: 1999
Graduation: 1943

Clinton Albright

Clinton “Clint” Albright was a centre in the NHL for the New York Rangers. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, he played 59 games for the Rangers in the 1948–49 season, wearing the number fifteen on his jersey. Albright played junior hockey for the Winnipeg Monarchs, and twice went to the Memorial Cup with them, winning the tournament in 1946. At the University of Manitoba Albright studied mechanical engineering while playing for the university team, and also playing for the Allan Cup with the Winnipeg Flyers. After his single season with the Rangers, Albright returned to school to complete his degree, and retired from hockey in 1954.