Center Bruce Major played four games with the Quebec Nordiques in 1990-91. He was a decent playmaker who utilized his 6'3" frame to check opposing forwards.
Born in Vernon, BC, Major was chosen 99th overall by the Nordiques in 1985 after starring for the Richmond Sockeyes of the BCJHL. He then spent four years at the University of Maine before turning pro with the AHL's Halifax Citadels in 1989-90. Late in the season he joined the Greensboro Monarchs and was a useful component on the team's ECHL championship.
After playing four games with the Nordiques, Major spent most of the 1990-91 season with the IHL's Fort Wayne Komets. He retired early the next season after dressing for 16 AHL games with Halifax.