Albert Victor Newell - Born June 12, 1897 in Winnipeg, Manitoba – Died May 5, 1967 in Orange County, California was a Canadian professional ice Hockey player.
Newell play his junior and senior Hockey in his hometown of Winnipeg, starring with the senior Winnipeg Victorias, Winnipeg Somme and Winnipeg Argonauts.
Newell then played for the Moose Jaw Maple Leafs for 2 seasons starting in 1920
Newell played his pro Hockey with the Saskatoon Crescents, Edmonton Eskimos, and Regina Capitals of the Western Canada Hockey League / WCHL. In the WCHL in 1922/23, Newell was third in blueliner points per game, behind only Joe Simpson and Red Dutton. In 1924/25, he was fifth in points per game, behind Herb Gardiner, Joe Simpson, Bobby Trapp and Harry Cameron.
He also played for the Vancouver Maroons of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and finally with the San Francisco Seals in 1928