Right-winger Gerry Ouelette played 34 games for the Boston Bruins in 1960-61. His career was fairly long but took place chiefly in the minors and the senior leagues.
The native of Grand Falls, New Brunswick played junior B with the Waterloo Siskins in 1958-59. Ouelette enjoyed a solid first year in the pros by scoring 35 goals for the Kingston Frontenacs of the EPHL. He scored nine points in 35 games for Boston before rejoining Kingston that year.
Ouelette joined the Minneapolis Bruins of the CHL in 1963 and scored 139 points over two seasons. He later played five years with the AHL's Buffalo Bisons and starred for the CHL's Omaha Knights in 1970-71. That year he led the league with 58 assists and was the top playoff scorer as the club won the CHL championship. In 1971 Ouelette joined the Campbellton Tigers of the North Shore New Brunswick senior league where he went against the norm by coaching for three years then playing for two before retiring in 1976.