Tommy Lauder

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Thomas Lauder (born 7 January 1918 in Johnstone, Scotland) is a former ice hockey defender who played in the Scottish National League and the British National League for the Paisley Pirates and the Perth Panthers in the 1940s and 1950s. He was inducted to the British Ice Hockey Hall of Fame in 1951.

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