Bruce John Bullock - Born May 9, 1949 in Toronto, Ontario is a Canadian former professional ice Hockey goaltender.
Bullock joined the Seattle Totems of the Western Hockey League / WHL for the 1971-72 season. Later that same year he was promoted to the Dallas Blackhawks of the CHL. Bullock returned to Seattle for the 1972-73 season where he played 13 games. That's when opportunity struck. The Vancouver Canucks, missing starting goalie Dunc Wilson were left with the unproven Ed Dyck to defend their nets. That's when Bullock received the call. He joined the Canucks and played in 14 games that year, Bullock played just two more games in the NHL, one in 1974-75 and another in 1976-77.
Bullock played in the CHL for two years with the Tulsa Oilers and also played two years in Phoenix with the PHL's Roadrunners before retiring after the 1978-79 season.