Born in Saskatoon, Sasktachewan, Lundy was a fine junior with the local Quakers in the SJHL. In 1943-44, he played senior hockey with the Saskatoon Navy before spending a year in military service. In 1945-46, he got into four games with the Detroit Red Wings but played most of his hockey with the senior Saskatoon Elks.
The talented pivot scored 17 goals for Detroit in 1946-47 when he was teamed with wingers Gordie Howe and Jim Conacher. He spent most of the next three years as a key offensive performer with the AHL's Indianapolis Capitals before playing 61 games for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1950-51.
After leaving the NHL, Lundy spent several years in the minors and playing senior hockey. As a member of the WHL's Calgary Stampeders in the early 1950s, he reached the 20-goal mark three straight years. Lundy also starred for the Regina Capitals of the Saskatchewan Senior League and coached the team for one season. He brought his solid career to a close after playing 19 games for Regina in 1961-62.
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