I was wandering on HockeyDB when I encountered what has got to be one of the worst Habs draft ever. In 1995, out of our 9 picks, only one (StÃ©phane Robidas) went on to have an NHL career whereas nearly all the others have quit hockey altogether only a couple of years later... Here are our other picks: - 1st: Terry Ryan (8 NHL games, retired in 2003) - 2nd: no pick - 3rd: Miroslav Guren (36 NHL games, is playing in Italy after a 2-year retirement) - 3rd: Martin Hohenberger (0 NHL games, retired 4 years ago) - 4th: Jonathan Delisle (1 NHL games, retired 6 years ago) - 5th: Niklas Anger (0 NHL games, retired) - 6th: Boyd Olson (0 NHL games, retired in 2000) - 7th: Stephane Robidas (great pick) - 8th: Greg Hart (0 NHL games, retired the year after we drafted him) - 9th: Eric Houde (30 NHL games, retired after playing in LNAH) With Robidas: 874 NHL games divided in 9 players. Without Robidas: 75 NHL games divided in 8 players. Now I know the draft is not an exact science and you never know, but what an awful, awful draft. Most of these guys were not even good enough to have a journeyman career in Europe or lower leagues.