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Johne 02-11-2011 11:33 AM

Bryan Murray's Draft Record
 
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought it would be fun to put this list together and it was funny how many players Murray brought to Ottawa that he originally drafted.

Bryan Murray's draft record

1990 Detroit

3 1 Keith Primeau C
45 3 Vyacheslav Kozlov L
66 4 Stewart Malgunas D
87 5 Tony Burns D
108 6 Claude Barthe D
129 7 Jason York D
150 8 Wes McCauley D
171 9 Tony Gruba F
192 10 Travis Tucker D
213 11 Brett Larson D
234 12 John Hendry L

1991 Detroit

10 1 Martin Lapointe R
32 2 Jamie Pushor D
54 3 Chris Osgood G
76 4 Mike Knuble R
98 5 Dmitri Motkov D
142 7 Igor Malykhin D
186 9 Jim Bermingham C
208 10 Jason Firth C
230 11 Bart Turner L
252 12 Andrew Miller C

1992 Detroit

22 1 Curtis Bowen L
46 2 Darren McCarty R
70 3 Sylvain Cloutier C
118 5 Mike Sullivan C
142 6 Jason MacDonald W
166 7 Greg Scott G
183 8 Justin Krall D
189 8 C.J. Denomme G
214 9 Jeff Walker
238 10 Dan McGillis D
262 11 Ryan Bach G

1993 Detroit

22 1 Anders Eriksson D
48 2 Jon Coleman D
74 3 Kevin Hilton C
97 4 John Jakopin D
100 4 Benoit Larose D
126 5 Norm Maracle G
152 6 Tim Spitzig
178 7 Yuri Yuresko D
204 8 Vitezslav Skuta D
230 9 Ryan Shanahan R
256 10 Jamie Kosecki G
282 11 Gordy Hunt L

1994 Detroit

23 1 Yan Golubovsky D
49 2 Mathieu Dandenault R
75 3 Sean Gillam D
114 5 Frederic Deschenes G
127 5 Doug Battaglia D
153 6 Pavel Agarkov F
205 8 Jason Elliott G
231 9 Jeff Mikesch C
257 10 Tomas Holmstrom L
283 11 Toivo Suursoo L

1995 Florida

10 1 Radek Dvorak R
36 2 Aaron MacDonald G
62 3 Mike O'Grady D
80 4 Dave Duerden L
88 4 Daniel Tjarnqvist D
114 5 Francois Cloutier
166 7 Peter Worrell L
192 8 Filip Kuba D
218 9 David Lemanowicz G

1996 Florida

20 1 Marcus Nilson R
60 3 Chris Allen D
65 3 Oleg Kvasha L
82 4 Joey Tetarenko R
129 5 Andrew Long C
156 6 Gaetan Poirier L
183 7 Alexandre Couture D
209 8 Denis Khlopotnov G
235 9 Russell Smith

1997 Florida

20 1 Mike Brown W
47 2 Kristian Huselius L
56 3 Vratislav Cech D
74 3 Nick Smith C
95 4 Ivan Novoseltsev R
127 5 Pat Parthenais D
155 6 Keith Delaney C
183 7 Tyler Palmer D
211 8 Doug Schueller F
237 9 Benoit Cote F

1998 Florida

30 2 Kyle Rossiter D
61 3 Joe DiPenta D
63 3 Lance Ward D
89 4 Ryan Jardine W
117 5 Jaroslav Spacek D
148 6 Chris Ovington D
176 7 B.J. Ketcheson D
203 8 Ian Jacobs D
231 9 Adrian Wichser

1999 Florida

12 1 Denis Shvidki R
40 2 Alex Auld G
70 3 Niklas Hagman L
80 3 Jean-Francois Laniel G
103 4 Morgan McCormick R
109 4 Rod Sarich D
169 6 Brad Woods D
198 7 Travis Eagles C
227 8 Jonathan Charron G

2000 Florida

58 2 Vladimir Sapozhnikov D
77 3 Robert Fried F
82 3 Sean O'Connor R
115 4 Chris Eade D
120 4 Davis Parley G
190 6 Josh Olson L
234 8 Janis Sprukts C
253 8 Matt Sommerfeld L

2002 Anahiem

7 1 Joffrey Lupul C
37 2 Tim Brent C
71 3 Brian Lee D
103 4 Joonas Vihko F
140 5 George Davis R
173 6 Luke Fritshaw D
261 9 Francois Caron D
267 9 Chris Petrow D

2003 Anahiem

19 1 Ryan Getzlaf C
28 1 Corey Perry R
86 3 Shane Hynes F
90 3 Juha Alen D
119 4 Nathan Saunders D
186 6 Drew Miller F
218 7 Dirk Southern F
250 8 Shane O'Brien D
280 9 Ville Mantymaa D

2004 Anahiem

9 1 Ladislav Smid D
39 2 Jordan Smith D
74 3 Kyle Klubertanz D
172 6 Matt Auffrey R
203 7 Gabriel Bouthillette G
236 8 Matt Christie C
269 9 Janne Pesonen W

2007 Ottawa

29 1 Jim O'Brien C
60 2 Ruslan Bashkirov L
90 3 Louie Caporusso F
120 4 Ben Blood D

2008 Ottawa

15 1 Erik Karlsson D
42 2 Patrick Wiercioch D
79 3 Zack Smith C
109 4 Andre Petersson W
119 4 Derek Grant C
139 5 Mark Borowiecki D
199 7 Emil Sandin L

2009 Ottawa

9 1 Jared Cowen D
39 2 Jakob Silfverberg W
46 2 Robin Lehner G
100 4 Chris Wideman D
130 5 Mike Hoffman C
146 5 Jeff Costello L
160 6 Corey Cowick L
190 7 Brad Peltz L
191 7 Michael Sdao D

2010 Ottawa

76 3 Jakub Culek L
106 4 Markus Sorensen
178 6 Mark Stone R
196 7 Bryce Aneloski D

Ghost in the Shell 02-11-2011 11:36 AM

Quote:

1995 Florida

10 1 Radek Dvorak R
36 2 Aaron MacDonald G
62 3 Mike O'Grady D
80 4 Dave Duerden L
88 4 Daniel Tjarnqvist D
114 5 Francois Cloutier
166 7 Peter Worrell L
192 8 Filip Kuba D
218 9 David Lemanowicz G
No wonder Murray likes him so much.

Comely 02-11-2011 11:37 AM

His drafting seems to improve alot after he gets to Anaheim. I guess thats just from experience or maybe better scouts or both?

Minister of Offence 02-11-2011 11:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Comely (Post 30825851)
His drafting seems to improve alot after he gets to Anaheim. I guess thats just from experience or maybe better scouts or both?

Connections. Knowing who to hire.

I believe his drafting has been quite good since leaning on nephew Tim on the amateur side.

Tuna99 02-11-2011 11:43 AM

It's funny because Murray's drafting record is horrible until the 2003 draft, and even the 2004 draft is a bad one.

He's horrible at evaluating pro talent, but good at amateur talent...

Ottawa's done a decent jop drafting since he's been here, and Murray will be the first guy to tell you that because it's basically the only thing he's got somewhat right since he's got here...even in the Mike Fisher trade scrum he said the names "Erik Karlson, Robin Lehner, Cowen, Rundblad" YES we know Bryan, you drafted Erik Karlsson, thank you for reminding us for the 1 000 000 000 time, WE KNOW.

Ghost in the Shell 02-11-2011 11:45 AM

I don't know, getting a bonafide NHLer in almost every draft seems pretty good to me. Too early to tell for us though.

Jackie Treehorn 02-11-2011 11:47 AM

his record is pretty solid. He had a few lean years, but he's also had some pretty good years too. One thing that stands out for me is his success finding players in later rounds, some pretty solid names in there.
One other thing is he's had terrible luck with Russians at the draft table.

Suiteness 02-11-2011 11:51 AM

Two guys in there played a key role in the Ducks team than won the cup, Getzlaf and Perry.

I think Burke deserves a ton of credit for that cup win also.

And he also drafted a Brian Lee in Anaheim.

Lenny the Lynx 02-11-2011 11:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jackie Treehorn (Post 30826112)
his record is pretty solid. He had a few lean years, but he's also had some pretty good years too. One thing that stands out for me is his success finding players in later rounds, some pretty solid names in there.
One other thing is he's had terrible luck with Russians at the draft table.

He's also had be luck with Russians as UFAs.

That 2003 Anaheim draft is insane - he basically gets 2 franchise players 19th and 28th overall. Plus he uses a late round pick to take a guy named Dirk Southern who I can only assume has had a very successful porn career

Jackie Treehorn 02-11-2011 11:56 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tuna99 (Post 30826005)
It's funny because Murray's drafting record is horrible until the 2003 draft, and even the 2004 draft is a bad one.

He's horrible at evaluating pro talent, but good at amateur talent...

Ottawa's done a decent jop drafting since he's been here, and Murray will be the first guy to tell you that because it's basically the only thing he's got somewhat right since he's got here...even in the Mike Fisher trade scrum he said the names "Erik Karlson, Robin Lehner, Cowen, Rundblad" YES we know Bryan, you drafted Erik Karlsson, thank you for reminding us for the 1 000 000 000 time, WE KNOW.

his first draft in Detroit was very good. Primeau and Kozlov were very good players and York was a solid NHLer for a long time. His next draft was also pretty good.

He's had a few duds, but I wouldn't say his record is horrible, not by a wide stretch.

Kellogs 02-11-2011 11:57 AM

Back on topic, it is something interesting that the OP has brought up. I already knew that Murray had drafted Lapointe when he brought him in. I had no idea he was the one who drafted Kuba, and Auld. He also tried to acquire Smid with the original Heatley deal with Edmonton.

SenzZen 02-11-2011 12:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Suiteness (Post 30826197)
Two guys in there played a key role in the Ducks team than won the cup, Getzlaf and Perry.

I think Burke deserves a ton of credit for that cup win also.

And he also drafted a Brian Lee in Anaheim.

Burke deserves credit for going the long way around to sign Scott Niedermayer- by signing Rob Niedermayer. That's about all I'll give him credit for.

He got lucky with Pronger's "situation" and true to form, capitalized on it.

The Waffler 02-11-2011 12:02 PM

There's another Brian Lee?

Yashin 02-11-2011 12:04 PM

nevermind...my post made no sense

robsenz 02-11-2011 12:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Suiteness (Post 30826197)
Two guys in there played a key role in the Ducks team than won the cup, Getzlaf and Perry.

I think Burke deserves a ton of credit for that cup win also.

And he also drafted a Brian Lee in Anaheim.


Different Brian Lee (Just in case you didn't know :nod:)

Lenny the Lynx 02-11-2011 12:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kellogs (Post 30826338)
Back on topic, it is something interesting that the OP has brought up. I already knew that Murray had drafted Lapointe when he brought him in. I had no idea he was the one who drafted Kuba, and Auld. He also tried to acquire Smid with the original Heatley deal with Edmonton.

I don't really see how any of this is interesting. It's irrelevant

Lapointe - 4th line option brought in at the deadline for a bit of toughness/experience. We gave up a 6th rounder for him I believe.
Auld - was signed cheap as a backup.
Smid - would have been a great pickup instead of Cheechoo - he's a solid d-man.
Kuba - a disaster but wasn't as much of one when acquired.

So whats the point - who cares if Murray drafted them?

PKC* 02-11-2011 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tuna99 (Post 30826005)
It's funny because Murray's drafting record is horrible until the 2003 draft, and even the 2004 draft is a bad one.

He's horrible at evaluating pro talent, but good at amateur talent...

Ottawa's done a decent jop drafting since he's been here, and Murray will be the first guy to tell you that because it's basically the only thing he's got somewhat right since he's got here...even in the Mike Fisher trade scrum he said the names "Erik Karlson, Robin Lehner, Cowen, Rundblad" YES we know Bryan, you drafted Erik Karlsson, thank you for reminding us for the 1 000 000 000 time, WE KNOW.

If I was one of 5 GMs in the NHL to draft an All-Star defenseman since the lockout, I'd remind people too. Especially since he reads the newspapers and listens to the radio just like everyone else and hears people ******** on him all the time.

Not to mention he looks like he's landed a couple of potential All-Stars in Cowen and Rundblad (still early to tell, but they both have the skills for it).

wubwubwubwub 02-11-2011 12:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Suiteness (Post 30826197)
Two guys in there played a key role in the Ducks team than won the cup, Getzlaf and Perry.

I think Burke deserves a ton of credit for that cup win also.

And he also drafted a Brian Lee in Anaheim.

Its important to note that Murray drafted Smid and Lupul, the two main pieces that returned Pronger, and his drafting success made their next 1st (or next 2?) expendable. Obviously a great deal by Burke, though

Kellogs 02-11-2011 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BumperStumper (Post 30826575)
I don't really see how any of this is interesting. It's irrelevant

Lapointe - 4th line option brought in at the deadline for a bit of toughness/experience. We gave up a 6th rounder for him I believe.
Auld - was signed cheap as a backup.
Smid - would have been a great pickup instead of Cheechoo - he's a solid d-man.
Kuba - a disaster but wasn't as much of one when acquired.

So whats the point - who cares if Murray drafted them?

Personally, I don't. The OP thought it would be interesting to provide a list of players that BM drafted on other teams, and traded for while here, and I provided.

Tuna99 02-11-2011 12:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PKC (Post 30826605)
If I was one of 5 GMs in the NHL to draft an All-Star defenseman since the lockout, I'd remind people too. Especially since he reads the newspapers and listens to the radio just like everyone else and hears people ******** on him all the time.

Yeah, because once he's gone he'll be remembered as the guy who ran the once great Ottawa Senators into the ground and the only thing he did right was draft Erik Karlsson

White Goodman 02-11-2011 12:43 PM

Travis Eagles? What an awesome name.

Johne 02-11-2011 04:00 PM

Put everything up on google docs. Enjoy :D

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?...CISy6bQJ#gid=0

neutral zone trap13 02-11-2011 04:17 PM

Sorta OT: Out of all of those people, who has the coolest name?

Wham City 02-11-2011 04:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by neutral zone trap13 (Post 30832936)
Sorta OT: Out of all of those people, who has the coolest name?

Probably Dirk Southern.

Bob Kudelski 02-11-2011 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Johne (Post 30825730)

2002 Anahiem

7 1 Joffrey Lupul C
37 2 Tim Brent C
71 3 Brian Lee D
103 4 Joonas Vihko F
140 5 George Davis R
173 6 Luke Fritshaw D
261 9 Francois Caron D
267 9 Chris Petrow D

So Murray DID draft Brian Lee! Not Muckler.


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