Right-winger Warren Williams played briefly with the St. Louis Blues and California Golden Seals in the mid-70s. He was best known as a solid worker in the minors and an international player for the United States.
Born in Duluth, Minnesota, Williams played junior with the Oshawa Generals and Niagara Falls Flyers of the OHA. After splitting his rookie pro season between the EHL and WHL, Williams was signed as a free agent by the Blues. He played half the 1973-74 season in the NHL where he was solid checker for St. Louis.
Early in the 1974-75 season, Williams was part of a four player deal with California He scored 11 goals for his new club and formed a decent line with Dave Gardner and Dave Hrechkosy.
The 1976-77 season was Williams' last but it was eventful. Before retiring he represented the US at the inaugural Canada Cup, played solidly for the Oilers then played for Team USA at the 1977 World Championships.