Donald M. Clark (born May 25, 1915 in Kensal, North Dakota - died May 17, 1999) was an American hockey executive who worked in Minnesota.

He helped organize the Minnesota Amateur Hockey Association in 1947 and served as a senior officer until 1988.

Clark was the manager of the American team in the 1958 World Hockey Championship.

He was active in the United States Hockey Hall of Fame, of which he was a member.

Clark was also well known as historian of Minnesota hockey.

He won the Lester Patrick Trophy in 1974-75.

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