Gerry Ouellette

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Gerald Adrian Ouellette (born November 1, 1938 in Grand Falls, New Brunswick) is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 34 games in the National Hockey League. He played with the Boston Bruins.

During his brief stint with the Boston Bruins in 1960–61, Ouellette scored 9 points including 5 goals. He returned to the Bruins farm teams for four seasons before being picked up by the Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League (AHL). With the Bisons, Ouelette served as team captain during their 1969–70 Calder Cup championship win. He then captained the Omaha Knights of the Central Hockey League (CHL) to the Adams Cup in 1970–71 and later joined the Campbellton Tigers of the North Shore New Brunswick senior league where he helped them win the Hardy Cup in 1972, 1977 and 1988; the last two wins as coach.[1][2]

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Preceded by
Dan Johnson
CHL Most Valuable Player Award
1970–71
shared with
Andre Dupont
Peter McDuffe
Joe Zanussi
Succeeded by
Gregg Sheppard