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''For other players named Ron Anderson, please see [[Ron Anderson (disambiguation)]].''
 
''For other players named Ron Anderson, please see [[Ron Anderson (disambiguation)]].''
   
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'''Ron Anderson''' (15 November 1948 in [[Dryden]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] professional [[ice hockey]] [[defenceman (ice hockey)|defenceman]] who played 115 games in the [[World Hockey Association]] for the [[Chicago Cougars]] and [[Cleveland Crusaders]].
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'''Ron Anderson''' (15 November 1948 in [[Dryden]], [[Ontario]]) is a retired [[Canadian]] professional [[ice hockey]] [[defenceman (ice hockey)|defenceman]] who played 115 games in the [[World Hockey Association]] for the [[Chicago Cougars]] and [[Cleveland Crusaders]].
   
 
He played junior hockey with the [[St. Catharines Black Hawks]].
 
He played junior hockey with the [[St. Catharines Black Hawks]].
   
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Anderson retired in 1977 after serving as player-[[coach]] of the [[Winston-Salem Polar Twins]].
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Anderson retired in 1977 after serving as player-[[coach]] of the [[Winstn-Salem Polar Twins]].
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He is also a shitty human being.
   
 
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