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1990 Entry Draft

I was looking for a little blast from the past on hockeydb.com and stumbled onto the 1990 draft:

1 Quebec Owen Nolan
2 Vancouver Petr Nedved
3 Detroit Keith Primeau
4 Philadelphia Mike Ricci
5 Pittsburgh Jaromir Jagr
6 NY Islanders Scott Scissons
7 Los Angeles Darryl Sydor
8 Minnesota Derian Hatcher
9 Washington John Slaney
10 Toronto Drake Berehowsky
11 Calgary Trevor Kidd
12 Mtl. Canadiens Turner Stevenson
13 NY Rangers Michael Stewart
14 Buffalo Brad May
15 Hartford Mark Greig
16 Chicago Karl Dykhuis
17 Edmonton Scott Allison
18 Vancouver Shawn Antoski
19 Winnipeg Keith Tkachuk
20 New Jersey Martin Brodeur
21 Boston Bryan Smolinski

Notables:
34 NY Rangers Doug Weight
36 Hartford Geoff Sanderson
45 Detroit Victor Kozlov
77 Winnipeg Alexei Zhamnov
85 NY Rangers Sergei Zubov
133 Los Angeles Robert Lang
156 Washington Peter Bondra

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Who is that Scott Scissons guy? I never heard of him. Major bust? Accident? Something else?

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Who is that Scott Scissons guy? I never heard of him. Major bust? Accident? Something else?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scott_Scissons

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Stop reminding canucks fans we took nedved over jagr.

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Stop reminding canucks fans we took nedved over jagr.
Don't forget Antoski over Brodeur! Wow, that draft had the potential to be a dynasty maker.

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Don't forget Antoski over Brodeur! Wow, that draft had the potential to be a dynasty maker.
very true

amazing where broduer went

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very true

amazing where broduer went
Even more amazing when you consider there was another goaltender taken ahead of him.

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Don't forget Antoski over Brodeur! Wow, that draft had the potential to be a dynasty maker.
No kidding. Could you imagine opposing teams having to shut down Bure, then have Jagr jump over the boards the very next shift?

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Even more amazing when you consider there was another goaltender taken ahead of him.
Note also that the 11th pick was New Jersey's. Calgary traded up to get Kidd. The Devils traded 11 and 32 for 20, 24 & 29.

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Note also that the 11th pick was New Jersey's. Calgary traded up to get Kidd. The Devils traded 11 and 32 for 20, 24 & 29.
And of course all along they knew they wanted Brodeur and could get him at 20th. Sweet deal.

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No kidding. Could you imagine opposing teams having to shut down Bure, then have Jagr jump over the boards the very next shift?
No, but I can remember Lemieux and Jagr jumping out onto the ice on the same shift.

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No, but I can remember Lemieux and Jagr jumping out onto the ice on the same shift.
Yeah, but that's not fair. Let the poor Canucks fan dream, could ya?

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Who is that Scott Scissons guy? I never heard of him. Major bust? Accident? Something else?
as my dad used to say

KA-****ING-BOOM of a bust

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Note also that the 11th pick was New Jersey's. Calgary traded up to get Kidd. The Devils traded 11 and 32 for 20, 24 & 29.
waaay too many numbers there

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another good example of the leafs terrible drafting.could of had Brodeur but no...Drake Who?

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wonder how many scouts lost their jobs after that draft?

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Another super first rounder by the Habs....

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Another super first rounder by the Habs....
Yes ...

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Thats some good stuff
Jagr taken 5th Crazy man Crazy.
Lots of those guys had good to great careers, a good amount of then are still playing now.

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Even more amazing when you consider there was another goaltender taken ahead of him.
Even more amazing if you consider it was Trevor Kidd.

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Well, drafting goalies is often a crap shoot.

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minor correction. Slava Kozlov, not Viktor. Viktor was 6th overall in '93.

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Jagr taken 5th Crazy man Crazy.
Nedved had already defected, but Jagr was still in Czechoslovakia, still had a year remaining on his contract there, and it was expected that he would have to perform two to three years of military service after that. It was actually considered a bit of a gamble for the Penguins to select Jagr at #5.

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Nedved had already defected, but Jagr was still in Czechoslovakia, still had a year remaining on his contract there, and it was expected that he would have to perform two to three years of military service after that. It was actually considered a bit of a gamble for the Penguins to select Jagr at #5.
Knowing Craig Patrick, he probably went into the draft completely unaware of this....and it worked!

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