Brent Bilodeau was drafted in the first round, 17th overall in 1992. The Montreal Canadiens were looking for a big tough defenseman and this 6"4' specimen fit the bill. Bilodeau was drafted from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL and had racked up his fair share of penalty minutes. He moved from junior to professional hockey in 1993-94, playing the next two seasons with the Fredicton Canadiens. He did not get a chance to move up to the big club in Montreal and from that point began his journey through the minor leagues. He played for numerous teams in the AHL, IHL, WCHL and ECHL. He spent the last three seasons with the Johnstown Chiefs of the East Coast Hockey League and has yet to play a game in the NHL.