Lloyd Klein (ice hockey)

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James Lloyd Klein (January 13, 1910 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – December 9, 1966) was a Canadian professional ice hockey left winger.

Career[edit]

Klein played amateur hockey for the Saskatoon Wesleys from the 1924-25 season to the 1926-27 season.

He played 8 seasons in the National Hockey League for the Boston Bruins and New York Americans, winning the Stanley Cup in 1929 with the Boston Bruins.

Klein turned pro playing 21 seasons of pro hockey from the 1927-28 season to the 1947-48 season. He played 164 games in the NHL with 30 goals, 24 assists, 54 points, and 68 penalties in the regular season. He played only 5 playoffs games with no points and 2 penalties. However, most of his 21-year career was played in the minors. His nickname was "Deed".

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