Jean-Baptiste Pusie (October 15 1910 – April 21 1956) was a defenceman in the National Hockey League during the 1930s. He was born in Montreal, Quebec. He played for the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers, and the Boston Bruins. He also spent several years playing in various minor leagues around North America. He won the Stanley Cup in 1931 with the Montreal Canadiens, playing 3 out of 5 games in the Stanley Cup Finals. Pusie's name for some reason was left off the cup, even though he officially qualified. His professional career lasted from 1929 to 1947.

He was one of the most colourful players of his era, and his constant hijinks were always good for a laugh and a headline. His career took him all over North America, the headlines following him as he went.

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