Guido Lindemann (b. January 19th 1955 in Switzerland) is a retired forward who played mostly in the National League A for EHC Arosa.

A key player during Arosa's glorious days, Lindemann enjoyed several solid seasons in the NLA in the early 1980's, most notably with a 79 points effort in 1980-81. Lindemann was twice Swiss champion with Arosa in 1980 and 1982. He left Arosa in 1986 when the team voluntarily relegated itself to the Swiss 1.Liga in order to maintain itself alive with the rise of professionalism and the inherent costs it is associated with. He joined HC Ambri-Piotta for two seasons before moving to the NLB's EHC Chur, which he helped gain promotion to the NLA in 1991. Lindemann retired in 1992 after his second season with Chur.

Lindemann's brother Markus also played hockey - he was another star with EHC Arosa. His sons Sven and Kim are also professional hockey players.

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