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Michael Corbett (born October 4, 1942 in Toronto - died January 9, 2003 in Burlington, Ontario) was a Canadian Right Winger who played in two games for the Los Angeles Kings in 1967-68.

He played Junior A and Junior B hockey for the St. Michael's Buzzers, St Michaels College Majors, and the Neil McNeil Maroons from 1959 to 1963, winning the Memorial Cup in 1962.

Corbett bounced around the minor pros until 1968 when the Kings called him up for two playoff games in 1968, during which he scored two assists.

That was the extent of his NHL experience. Corbett joined the Ontario Hockey Association's senior league in 1969 and played there until his retirement in 1974.

He died of cancer in 2003.

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