Brian Cullen (born November 11, 1933 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey forward.

He played junior hockey with the Chicago Blackhawks-sponsored St. Catharines TeePees of the Ontario Hockey Association from 1951-54, winning the Memorial Cup in 1954. In that season, he was also the leading score, outstanding player, and first team all-star. He was traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1954.

Cullen began his National Hockey League career with Toronto in 1954. He spent three seasons there. After that he played for the New York Rangers for two more.

He left the NHL after the 1961 season, playing two more seasons with the Buffalo Bisons of the AHL before retiring from hockey following the 1963 season.

Cullen was the oldest of three brothers to play in the NHL. He played with brother Barry with the Leafs but never had the chance to play with Ray.

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