|Olympic medal record|
|Men's ice hockey|
|Competitor for United States|
|Gold||1960 Squaw Valley||Ice hockey|
Thomas Mark "The Bomber" Williams (April 17, 1940 – February 8, 1992) was the first American ice hockey player to regularly play in the National Hockey League since the retirement of Frank Brimsek in 1950.
His National Hockey League career began when he joined the Boston Bruins for the 1961–62 NHL season. After eight seasons with the Bruins, Williams joined the Minnesota North Stars, where he played for a season and a half until he was traded to the California Golden Seals.
After just two seasons with the Golden Seals, Williams jumped to the World Hockey Association to play for the New England Whalers. Upon his return to the NHL, Williams joined the new expansion team Washington Capitals where he led the team in scoring (22 goals, 36 assists), and was involved in the franchise's first penalty shot on December 5, 1974, against the Buffalo Sabres. Williams retired during the 1975–76 NHL season.
In 1981, Williams was inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame.
Williams died on February 8, 1992, at the age of 51.