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{{Infobox Ice Hockey Player
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| name = Doug Anderson
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| image = Douganderson.jpg
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| image_size = 160px
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| position = [[Centre (ice hockey)|Centre]]
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| shoots = Left
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| height_ft = 5
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| height_in = 7
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| weight_lb = 157
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| played_for = [[Montreal Canadiens]]
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| ntl_team =
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| birth_date = {{birth date|1949|10|17|mf=y}}
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| birth_place = [[Edmonton, Alberta|Edmonton]], [[Alberta|ON]], [[Canada|CAN]]
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| death_date = {{death date and age|1997|1|0|1927|10|20|mf=y}}
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| death_place =
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| draft =
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| draft_year =
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| draft_team =
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| career_start = 1947
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| career_end = 1963
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}}
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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.
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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 was the leading scorer in the final series, with one goal and six assists.
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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.
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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 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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==External links==
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*{{hockeydb|11691|Doug Anderson}}
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{{DEFAULTSORT:Anderson, Doug}}
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[[Category:Victoria Cougars (1949-1961) players]]
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[[Category:Born in 1927]]
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[[Category:Dead in 1977]]
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[[Category:Buffalo Bisons players]]
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[[Category:Canadian ice hockey players]]
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[[Category:Montreal Canadiens players]]
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[[Category:Portland Buckaroos players]]
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[[Category:Edmonton Canadians alumni]]
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[[Category:Edmonton Flyers players]]
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[[Category:Allan Cup winners]]
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[[Category:Retired in 1963]]

Latest revision as of 16:11, September 8, 2012

Doug Anderson
Douganderson
Position Centre
Shoots Left
Height
Weight
5 ft 7 in (1.7 m)
157 lb (71 kg)
Teams Montreal Canadiens
Born October 17, 1949(1949-10-17),
Edmonton, ON, CAN
Died January 0 1997 (aged 69),
Pro Career 1947 – 1963

Douglas "Andy" Anderson (October 20, 1927 in Edmonton, Alberta – January 1997) was a professional 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 1948. Anderson was the leading scorer in the final series, with one goal and six assists.

Anderson then joined the Victoria Cougars in 1951-52.

Doug Anderson played two playoff games for the Montreal Canadiens of the National Hockey League during the 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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