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Encyclopedia > 1982 NHL Entry Draft

The 1982 NHL Entry Draft was held at the Montreal Forum in Montreal, Quebec.




Statistics

Total Selected: 252
Picks Traded: 50

Positions
Forwards: 152
Defensemen: 82
Goaltenders: 18

Drafted From
Major Junior: 129
Tier II/Jr. B: 27/4
College Players: 20
High School: 37

Nationality
Canadian: 152
Euro-Canadian: 3
American: 62
European: 35

Miscellaneous
Reached NHL: 109
Won the Stanley Cup: 18
Hall of Fame Members: 0
Played in an All-Star Game:14
Olympians: 37

Selections By Round

Below are listed the selections in the 1982 NHL Entry Draft.

Selections By Round

Round 1

1. Gord Kluzak - Boston Bruins


2. Brian Bellows - Minnesota North Stars


3. Gary Nylund - Toronto Maple Leafs


4. Ron Sutter - Philadelphia Flyers


5. Scott Stevens - Washington Capitals


6. Phil Housley - Buffalo Sabres


7. Ken Yaremchuk - Chicago Blackhawks


8. Rocky Trottier - New Jersey Devils


9. Paul Cyr - Buffalo Sabres


10. Rich Sutter - Pittsburgh Penguins


11. Michel Petit - Vancouver Canucks


12. Jim Kyte - Winnipeg Jets


13. David Shaw - Quebec Nordiques


14. Paul Lawless - Hartford Whalers


15. Chris Kontos - New York Rangers


16. Dave Andreychuk - Buffalo Sabres


17. Murray Craven - Detroit Red Wings


18. Ken Daneyko - New Jersey Devils


19. Alain Heroux - Montreal Canadiens


20. Jim Playfair - Edmonton Oilers


21. Patrick Flatley - New York Islanders


Round 2

22. Brian Curran - Boston Bruins


23. Yves Courteau - Detroit Red Wings


24. Gary Leeman - Toronto Maple Leafs


25. Peter Ihnacak - Toronto Maple Leafs


26. Mike Anderson - Buffalo Sabres


27. Mike Heidt - Los Angeles Kings


28. Rene Badeau - Chicago Blackhawks


29. Dave Reierson - Calgary Flames


30. Jens Johansson - Buffalo Sabres


31. Jocelyn Gauvreau - Montreal Candiens


32. Kent Carlson - Montreal Candiens


33. David Maley - Montreal Canadiens


34. Paul Gillis - Quebec Nordiques


35. Mark Paterson - Hartford Whalers


36. Tomas Sandstrom - New York Rangers


37. Richard Kromm - New York Islanders


38. Tim Hrynewich - Pittsburgh Penguins


39. Lyndon Byers - Boston Bruins


40. Scott Sandelin - Montreal Canadiens


41. Steve Graves - Edomonton Oilers


42. Vern Smith - New York Islanders


Round 3

43. Pat Verbeek - New Jersey Devils


44. Carmine Vani - Detroit Red Wings


45. Ken Wregget - Toronto Maple Leafs


46. Miroslav Dvorak - Philadelphia Flyers


47. Bill Campbell - Philadelphia Flyers


48. Steve Seguin - Los Angeles Kings


49. Tom McMurchy - Chicago Blackhawks


50. Mike Posavad - St. Louis Blues


51. Jim Laing - Calgary Flames


52. Troy Loney - Pittsburgh Penguins


53. Yves Lapointe - Vancouver Canucks


54. Dave Kasper - New Jersey Devils


55. Mario Gosselin - Quebec Nordiques


56. Kevin Dineen - Hartford Whalers


57. Corey Millen - New York Rangers


58. Milan Novy - Washington Capitals


59. Wally Chapman - Minnesota North Stars


60. Dave Reid - Boston Bruins


61. Scott Harlow - Montreal Canadiens


62. Brent Loney - Edmonton Oilers


63. Garry Lacey - New York Islanders


Round 4

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Round 5

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Round 6

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Round 7

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127.


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141.


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145.


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Round 8

147.


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153.


154.


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157.


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159.


160.


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163.


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165.


166.


167.


168.


Round 9

169.


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176.


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181.


182.


183. Kelly Miller- New York Rangers


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Round 10

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Round 11

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231.


Round 12

232. Dan Dorion - New Jersey Devils


233. Shaun Reagan - Detroit Red Wings


234. Jim Appleby - Toronto Maple Leafs


235. Randy Cameron - Hartford Whalers


236. Jon Holden - Washington Capitals


237. Mats Ullander - Los Angeles Kings


238. Bob Andrea - Chicago Blackhawks


239. Pete Smith - St. Louis Blues


240. Dale Thompson - Calgary Flames


241. Stan Bautch - Pittsburgh Penguins


242. Shawn Green - Vancouver Canucks


243. John-Urban Ericson - Winnipeg Jets


244. Jozef Lukac - Quebec Nordiques


245. Mark Vichorek - Philadelphia Flyers


246. Dwayne Robinson - New York Rangers


247. Marco Kallas - Washington Capitals


248. Jan Jasko - Quebec Nordiques


249. Bruno Campese - Boston Bruins


250. Bill Brauer - Montreal Canadiens


251. Jeff Crawford - Edmonton Oilers


252. Jim Koudys - New York Islanders



Preceded by:
1981 NHL Entry Draft

NHL Entry Draft

Followed by:
1983 NHL Entry Draft


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NHL Entry Draft at AllExperts (1598 words)
The NHL Entry Draft is a collective meeting in which the franchises of the National Hockey League systematically select the rights to available amateur players who meet the eligibility requirements to play professional hockey in the NHL.
The first NHL Amateur Draft was held on June 5, 1963 at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec.
In 1985 the first draft outside of Montreal was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto, Ontario in 1985.
1982 NHL Entry Draft -- Quick Facts (885 words)
Prior to the draft, the league had set the number of rounds at 12, and as in 1981, all teams were required to use or trade all of their selections.
As a result of this rule, NHL teams began drafting Czechs and Soviets in the hope that they would own their rights if they either defected or were released to other leagues by their national federations.
Draft Rights: Team could offer player contract at any time after draft, however, underage players would be required to begin the 1982-83 season with their major-junior teams if they did not make their NHL teams out of camp, and would only be available for emergency recall.
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