Right-winger Armand Delmonte played one NHL game with the Boston Bruins in 1945-46. He was a talented offensive player who put up impressive numbers in junior and the minors.
The native of Timmins, Ontario starred in junior with the OHA's St. Catharines Falcons. In the mid-40s he scored 56 goals over two seasons with the EHL's Boston Olympics and played one big league game. In1947-48 he began a successful run of four years on the St. Paul Saints of the USHL where he accumulated 80 goals. Delmonte then bounced around four leagues over the next three years before retiring in 1954.