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Donald Earle Clement[1] (March 29, 1929 – December 12, 1993)[2] was an American ice hockey announcer.

Earle, who got his start broadcasting high school hockey games on radio, called Boston Bruins games on WSBK-TV from 1967-1971.

From 1971-1977, Earle served as a second play by play announcer/analyst with the Philadelphia Flyers on WTAF alongside Gene Hart.[3]

Most of Earle's career was spent with various New England radio stations, including WAAB, WOKW, and WKOX but he also worked in St. Petersburg, Florida, New York City, and at Philadelphia's WCAU. He also was the sports director at WGGB-TV, Channel 40 in Springfield, Massachusetts. He died in the Springfield suburb of Westfield.


  1. ^ "Philadelphia Daily News - 'Don Earle' Clement". December 20, 1993. Retrieved September 5, 2015.
  2. ^ " Local Search - Boston Globe Archives". Archived from the original on 2012-10-15. Retrieved 2013-08-09.
  3. ^ "Explore Historical Newspaper Archives Online". Retrieved 2013-08-09.[dead link]

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