Right-winger Victor Teal played one game for the New York Islanders in 1973-74. He was a fine goal scorer who put up imposing numbers in junior and the minors.
The native of St. Catharines, Ontario was taken 42nd overall by the St. Louis Blues after topping the 30-goal mark two straight years. In 1968-69 he battled injuries as a rookie pro with the CHL's Kansas City Blues before sitting out a year. Teal scored 36 goals in as many games for the senior Galt Terriers in 1971-72 then joined the AHL's New Haven Nighthawks the following season.
Prior to the 1973-74 season Teal was signed by the Islanders and made it into one NHL game. The rest of the year he scored 33 goals with the Fort Worth Wings and was named to the CHL second all-star team. After two more years in the minors, Teal played 12 games for the senior Cambridge Hornets before retiring in 1977.