Chris O'Sullivan is a retired professional ice hockey player who played briefly in the NHL with the Calgary Flames, Vancouver Canucks, and Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. He played defense and shot left-handed. He spent many an hour at the Devine rink in Neponset.
A top prospect out of high school, O'Sullivan was drafted by the Calgary Flames in the 2nd round, 30th overall in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft. After being drafted O'Sullivan chose to play in the college ranks and played with the Boston University Terriers for 4 years. O'Sullivan missed the majority of his freshman year (1992–1993) after suffering a neck injury during a game versus Boston College. O'Sullivan eventually recovered and became one of the top defensive players in the nation. His most successful season was during the 1994–1995 season when he led the Terriers in scoring with 56 points in 40 games and eventually leading the Terriers to a National Championship in 1995, in which he was named the Most Outstanding Player.
After college O'Sullivan turned pro and split time with the Flames and their minor league affiliate Saint John Flames for the next 3 years. The 1996–1997 season would turn out to be O'Sullivan's longest stint in the NHL, playing in 27 games and scoring 10 points. Towards the end of the 1998–1999 season O'Sullivan was traded to the New York Rangers. He played 10 games with the Rangers minor league affiliate Hartford Wolf Pack before being released by the Rangers at the end of the season.
Chris' jersey was the first one to be retired by Dorchester Youth Hockey in 2008.