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Bertrand "Bert" Lindsay (July 23, 1881 – November 11, 1960) was a professional goaltender in the National Hockey Association (NHA), Pacific Coast Hockey Association (PCHA) and National Hockey League (NHL). Born in Garafraxa County, Ontario, Bert Lindsay is the father of Hockey Hall Of Famer Ted Lindsay.
When the team disbanded, he joined the Victoria Aristocrats of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association for three seasons, before returning to the NHA with the Montreal Wanderers. After the Wanderers disbanded in 1917, he joined the Toronto Arenas for the 1918–19 NHL season.
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