Joseph Maurice Leo "Moe" Benoit (July 26, 1932 – December 10, 2013) was a Canadian professional hockey defenceman. Benoit was born in Valleyfield, Quebec and started playing professional hockey in 1948 for the Montreal Royals. After a five year break he began playing again for the Trois-Rivières Lions. He had successful seasons with the Belleville McFarlands—the 1959 Team Canada that won the World Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia. and also played for the Kingston Frontenacs in the late fifties. Benoit helped the Canadian Olympic Hockey Team get the silver medal in the 1960 Winter Olympics.

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  • Joseph Maurice Leo "Moe" Benoit (July 26, 1932 – December 10, 2013) was a Canadian professional hockey defenceman. Benoit was born in Valleyfield, Quebec and started playing professional hockey in 1948 for the Montreal Royals. After a five year break he began playing again for the Trois-Rivières Lions. He had successful seasons with the Belleville McFarlands—the 1959 Team Canada that won the World Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia. and also played for the Kingston Frontenacs in the late fifties. Benoit helped the Canadian Olympic Hockey Team get the silver medal in the 1960 Winter Olympics. After his Olympic success he moved to the United States, where he was a player (and also a coach) for the Omaha Knights and Toledo Blades. In 1966 Benoit joined the Dayton Gems with whom he played until his retirement in 1970. He won Turner Cup twice—with the Blades in 1964, as the player-coach, and with the Gems in 1969, also sharing IHL 1968-69 best defenceman award with his teammate Alain Beaulé. Benoit also coached numerous youth hockey teams in Dayton throughout the 1970s. Benoit was inducted into the Dayton Hockey Hall of Fame in 1973 and died December 10, 2013 in Dayton, Ohio. (en)
  • Maurice Leo Benoit, dit Moe, (né le 26 juillet 1933 à Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, dans la province du Québec au Canada — mort le 10 décembre 2013 à Dayton, dans l'état de l'Ohio aux États-Unis) est un joueur de hockey sur glace canadien qui évoluait en position de défenseur. Avec l'équipe du Canada, il remporte le Championnat du monde 1959, une médaille d'argent olympique aux Jeux d'hiver de 1960. Il joue ensuite pendant 10 ans en Ligue internationale de hockey, gagnant trois Coupes Turner de champions de la ligue et un Trophée des gouverneurs du meilleur défenseur. (fr)
  • Морис "Мо" Бенуа (англ. Maurice "Moe" Benoit, 26 июля 1933, Валлифилд, провинция Квебек, Канада — 10 декабря 2013, Дейтон, штат Огайо, США) — канадский хоккеист, серебряный призёр зимних Олимпийских игр в Скво-Велли (1960). (ru)
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  • Maurice Leo Benoit, dit Moe, (né le 26 juillet 1933 à Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, dans la province du Québec au Canada — mort le 10 décembre 2013 à Dayton, dans l'état de l'Ohio aux États-Unis) est un joueur de hockey sur glace canadien qui évoluait en position de défenseur. Avec l'équipe du Canada, il remporte le Championnat du monde 1959, une médaille d'argent olympique aux Jeux d'hiver de 1960. Il joue ensuite pendant 10 ans en Ligue internationale de hockey, gagnant trois Coupes Turner de champions de la ligue et un Trophée des gouverneurs du meilleur défenseur. (fr)
  • Морис "Мо" Бенуа (англ. Maurice "Moe" Benoit, 26 июля 1933, Валлифилд, провинция Квебек, Канада — 10 декабря 2013, Дейтон, штат Огайо, США) — канадский хоккеист, серебряный призёр зимних Олимпийских игр в Скво-Велли (1960). (ru)
  • Joseph Maurice Leo "Moe" Benoit (July 26, 1932 – December 10, 2013) was a Canadian professional hockey defenceman. Benoit was born in Valleyfield, Quebec and started playing professional hockey in 1948 for the Montreal Royals. After a five year break he began playing again for the Trois-Rivières Lions. He had successful seasons with the Belleville McFarlands—the 1959 Team Canada that won the World Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia. and also played for the Kingston Frontenacs in the late fifties. Benoit helped the Canadian Olympic Hockey Team get the silver medal in the 1960 Winter Olympics. (en)
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