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02-25-2011, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Ultimate Hockey
Thomas Dunderdale was a player with enough speed to attack and to get back in time to defend. He was a right-handed shot who was famous for his deft stick-handling.
Originally Posted by Legends of Hockey
Dunderdale was noted as a deft stickhandler and fast skater
Originally Posted by Darryl Shilling
Close your eyes and picture __________.

Tommy Dunderdale !!!

Awards and Achievements:
3 x PCHA League Champion (1913, 1914, 1916)

6 x PCHA All-Star Team (1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1920, 1922)

PCHA Points 1st(1913), 1st(1920), 3rd(1912), 3rd(1914), 5th(1918), 6th(1915), 6th(1922), 9th(1921), 10th(1917)
PCHA Goals 1st(1913), 1st(1914), 1st(1920), 3rd(1912), 4th(1915), 4th(1916), 4th(1918), 6th(1917), 7th(1922), 10th(1921)
PCHA Assists 2nd(1920), 3rd(1913), 3rd(1915), 4th(1914), 5th(1918), 5th(1921), 6th(1922)

Dunderdale played quite a bit of good hockey before joining the PCHA:
1907 8 goals in 10 games, which was 9th in the league.
1908 12 goals and 1 assist in 8 games, which was 8th in the league.
1909 17 goals and 7 assists in 9 MHL games, which was 2nd in the league.

1910 7 goals in 3 CHA games, which was 3rd in the league.

1910 13th in NHA goals. Led his team, who was terrible, in scoring.
1911 13 goals in 9 games. He missed half the season, but was on pace to place 5th in scoring.

Newspaper Clippings:
Originally Posted by Vancouver Sun February 4, 1922
A total of 50 penalty minutes was dished out by Ion during the performance which was woollest and wildest that has been served up here all winter. Dunderdale was the main offender.
Originally Posted by The Calgary Daily Herald February 27, 1913
He conducts himself truly elegant style on the ice, being an exceptionally fast skater, a beautiful stickhandler, and a deadly shot.

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