Ontario's Gene Chouinard, born on January 5th, 1907, spent four seasons playing senior hockey in his hometown of Ottawa before heading to Minnesota's hockey hotbed of Eveleth-Hibbing for one season, then another year in Niagara Falls before joining the NHL back in Ottawa.
Chouinard, nicknamed "Noisy" played 8 games with the Ottawa Senators in 1927-28 without registering a point. Though that would be all for Chouinard in terms of his NHL career, he did play eight more season of hockey with stops in New Haven, Tulsa, London and the Bronx.
In 1936, Chouinard retired as a player to accept a coaching job with the Perth Blue Wings of the Ottawa senior league. The following year he put the skates on one more time to play a single game with Perth, then retired for good.
Chouinard passed away on January 29th 1951.