Normand G. Dubé (born September 12, 1951 in Sherbrooke, Quebec) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 57 games in the National Hockey League and 148 games in the World Hockey Association. He played with the Kansas City Scouts and Quebec Nordiques.
Dube was taken 90th overall by the LA Kings in the 1971 NHL Amateur Draft after he fired 72 goals for the home town Sherbrooke Castors of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. That year he also earned a place on the league's second all-star team.
In June, 1974 Dube was picked by the Kansas City Scouts in the 1974 NHL Expansion Draft. He scored eight goals and formed a decent line with Gary Coalter and Richard Lemieux. By the next season the Scouts were going in a different direction with personnel and Dube was once again a 30-goal scorer in Springfield.
Dube was picked up by the WHA's Quebec Nordiques in June, 1976 then started the next season in the NAHL. Part way through the year he was recalled and scored 15 goals in the last 39 games of the season then helped the team win the Avco Cup. Dube spent another year and-a-half with the Nords before he was sent down to the AHL. He had a stellar year with the Nova Scotia Voyageurs. He led the AHL with 101 points (winning the John B. Sollenberger Trophy, was presented with the Les Cunningham Award as league MVP, won the Fred T. Hunt Memorial Award as most sportsmanlike, and named to the first all-star team.