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{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
 
{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
 
| name = Doug Anderson
 
| name = Doug Anderson
| image = Douganderson.jpg
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| position = [[Centre (ice hockey)|Centre]]
 
| position = [[Centre (ice hockey)|Centre]]
 
| shoots = Left
 
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'''Douglas "Andy" Anderson''' (October 20, 1927 in [[Edmonton, Alberta|Edmonton]], [[Alberta]] – January 1997) was a professional [[ice hockey]] [[centre (ice hockey)|centre]] in the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL) for two playoff games.
 
'''Douglas "Andy" Anderson''' (October 20, 1927 in [[Edmonton, Alberta|Edmonton]], [[Alberta]] – January 1997) was a professional [[ice hockey]] [[centre (ice hockey)|centre]] in the [[National Hockey League]] (NHL) for two playoff games.
   
He played junior hockey for the [[Edmonton Canadians]] from 1945 to 1947 and then played senior hockey for the [[Edmonton Flyers]] from 1947 to 1951. The Flyers won the [[Allan Cup]] in [[1947-48 Allan Cup Final|1948]]. Anderson was the leading scorer in the final series, with one goal and six assists.
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He played junior hockey for the [[Edmonton Canadians]] from 1945 to 1947 and then played senior hockey for the [[Edmonton Flyers]] from 1947 to 1951. The Flyers won the [[Allan Cup]] in [[1947-48 Allan Cup Final|1948]].
   
 
Anderson then joined the [[Victoria Cougars (1949-1961)|Victoria Cougars]] in 1951-52.
 
Anderson then joined the [[Victoria Cougars (1949-1961)|Victoria Cougars]] in 1951-52.
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Doug Anderson played two playoff games for the [[Montreal Canadiens]] of the [[National Hockey League]] during the [[1952–53 NHL season|1953]] playoffs. He scored no points and had no penalty minutes during those two games. He qualified to be engraved on the [[Stanley Cup]], but his name was left off, since he did not play regularly with Montreal.
 
Doug Anderson played two playoff games for the [[Montreal Canadiens]] of the [[National Hockey League]] during the [[1952–53 NHL season|1953]] playoffs. He scored no points and had no penalty minutes during those two games. He qualified to be engraved on the [[Stanley Cup]], but his name was left off, since he did not play regularly with Montreal.
   
After playing eight games for the [[Buffalo Bisons]] in 1953-54 Anderson rejoined the Cougars and played for them until they moved to become the [[San Francisco Seals]] in 1961. Rather than also move to San Francisco, Anderson joined the [[Portland Buckaroos]] and retired in 1963.
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After playing eight games for the [[Buffalo Bisons]] in 1953-54 Anderson rejoined the Cougars and played for them until they moved to become th [[San Francisco Seals]] in 1961. Rather than also move to San Francisco, Anderson joined the [[Portland Buckaroos]] and retired in 1963.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Anderson, Doug}}
 
{{DEFAULTSORT:Anderson, Doug}}
[[Category:Victoria Cougars (1949-1961) players]]
 
 
[[Category:Born in 1927]]
 
[[Category:Born in 1927]]
 
[[Category:Dead in 1977]]
 
[[Category:Dead in 1977]]
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[[Category:Montreal Canadiens players]]
 
[[Category:Montreal Canadiens players]]
 
[[Category:Portland Buckaroos players]]
 
[[Category:Portland Buckaroos players]]
 
[[Category:Victoria Cougars (1949-61) players]]
 
[[Category:Edmonton Canadians alumni]]
 
[[Category:Edmonton Canadians alumni]]
 
[[Category:Edmonton Flyers players]]
 
[[Category:Edmonton Flyers players]]

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