The first ever Australian born man to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame, Tommy Dunderdale immigrated to Canada at a young age and like many, took up the sport of Hockey. Dunderdale was a very capable goal scorer and spend the bulk of his career in the very good Pacific Coast Hockey Association where he was the all-time leading goal scorer. That may be a nice accomplishment, but keep in mind in those days that Hockey’s elite were scattered across various leagues, thus rendering his overall induction as a tad questionable.
The Bullet Points:Country of Origin: Benalla, AustraliaElected In:
CentrePlayed for:Winnipeg StrathconasWinnipeg Maple LeafsWinnipeg ShamrocksMontreal ShamrocksQuebec BulldogsVictoria AristocratsVictoria CougarsPortland RosebudsSaskatoon CrescentsEdmonton EskimosMajor Accolades and Awards:
Stanley Cup Rings (None)
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