Right winger Terry Clancy was born in Ottawa, Ontario on April 2nd 1943. Clancy played his junior hockey with the St. Michael's Majors and the Montreal Junior Canadiens as well as spending time with the Canadian National Team and a stint representing his country at the 1964 Olympics before signing his first professional contract.
The Toronto Maple Leafs inked Clancy to a free agent contract in October of 1964, but he never suited up for the Leafs before he was claimed by the Oakland Seals in the 1967 Expansion draft. Clancy played just seven games with the Seals before being dealt back to the Maple Leafs in 1968. Clancy played just two games with the Leafs in 1968-69, but suited up for a career high 52 games the next year.
In 52 games in 1968-69 Clancy scored six goals and 11 points while registering 31 penalty minutes. All would be a career bests. Despite his success, he didn't make the Leafs roster the following season and was traded to the Montreal Canadiens in December of 1970. The entire season would be spent and minors.
The 1970-71 campaign Clancy took off, but when he became a Toronto Maple Leaf for the third time in his career after an August 1971 trade, Clancy returned to hockey and played 32 contests with the Leafs during the 1972-73 season.
His final two years of his career were spent primarily in the minors with 35 game stint in Britain during the '73-74 season.