Centre Werner Schnarr played parts of two seasons with the Boston Bruins in the mid-20s. He was a fine playmaker who was best known for his proficiency in the minors and senior leagues.
Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Schnarr played in the USAHA with the Quaker City Seniors in 1921-22 before returning to his home town to play for various OHA clubs. In 1924-25 he played 24 games as a useful checker on a line with Norm Shay and Herb Mitchell for the inaugural edition of the Boston Bruins. Following his brief NHL tenure Schnarr played a few years in the Can-Pro league. He retired in 1931 after playing a season with the Kitchener Silverwoods of the OPHL.