Born in Ottawa, Ontario, Ouellette played juniors in Windsor and Walkerton before joining the Toronto Millionaires of the IHL. He remained in the IHL for six seasons, playing with the Pittsburgh Yellowjackets, Windsor Bulldogs, and London Tecumsehs before being signed by the Black Hawks for the 1935–36 NHL season. He played 43 games that year, serving mostly as a checker. Following his lone NHL season Ouellette joined the Portland Buckaroos of the Pacific Coast Hockey League. He remained there for five years, and retired in 1942 after playing a single season with the Lachine Flyers of the Quebec Provincial Hockey League.
- Eddie Ouellette's career stats at The Internet Hockey Database
- Eddie Ouellette's profile at Sports Reference.com
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