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'''Victor George "Vic" Gardner''' (October 31, 1902 - 1974) was a [[Great Britain|British]] goaltender. He was a reserve for the [[British National Team]] at the 1931 World Championship, but subsequently started in net at the 1932 European Championship and the 1934 WC.
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'''Victor George "Vic" Gardner''' (October 31, 1902 - 1974) was a renowned British ice hockey player and Captain of the British team in 1932. He played mainly in goal and played for England in over 120 international matches, including in the British team in the World Championships in both 1932 and 1934.
   
 
He played club hockey for the [[London Lions]] and [[Streatham]]. Gardner was also a talented footballer.
 
He played club hockey for the [[London Lions]] and [[Streatham]]. Gardner was also a talented footballer.

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Vic Gardner
Vic Gardner
Position Goaltender
Teams London Lions
Streatham
National team Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png Great Britain
Born December 11, 1907,
London, England
Died 1974,
Hartismere, England
Playing Career 1927 – 1934

Victor George "Vic" Gardner (October 31, 1902 - 1974) was a renowned British ice hockey player and Captain of the British team in 1932. He played mainly in goal and played for England in over 120 international matches, including in the British team in the World Championships in both 1932 and 1934.

He played club hockey for the London Lions and Streatham. Gardner was also a talented footballer.

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