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Andrebinette

André Binette (born December 2, 1933 - Montreal, Quebec) was a professional ice hockey goaltender who played one game with the Montreal Canadiens in 1954–55, giving up four goals, but winning the game 7-4 over the Chicago Blackhawks.

He played junior hockey for the Trois Rivieres Flambeaux in 1953-54 and then turned pro with the Shawinigan Falls Cataractes. Except for his game with the Canadiens, Binette played minor pro and senior hockey until his retirement in 1958. In 1961-62, he made a comeback with the senior Montreal Olympics who made it all the way to the 1961-62 Allan Cup Final.

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