Only die-hard hockey fans will likely recognize the name Conrad Bourcier and even then it would probably be friends or relatives from Quebec. He played just six games in the NHL with the Montreal Canadiens back in 1935-36, recording no points while seeing very limited ice time. But he got to play in the NHL and sat in the same dressing room with the likes of Aurel Joliat, Toe Blake and his older brother Jean, who played nine games with the Habs that year.
Conrad Bourcier was four years younger than Jean, so he was always the one trying to catch up to his big brother. But playing with the older kids made him a better player and many would argue he ended up being the better of the two brothers.
After playing his junior hockey in Verdun, Bourcier remained in the city and played with the Verdun Maple Leafs of the MCHL. He also suited up for the Verdun Bulldogs and Montreal Cyclones of the QPHL.
Bourcier last played competitive hockey in 1948-49 with the Montreal Hydro Quebec Team.