This is more "what do you think?" than a trip down memory lane but recently I made a list of players 1967-1969 who SHOULD have been eligible for the NHL Amateur Draft but had been signed by NHL teams (Orr may have been a Oakland Seal!). Anyway, if the current rules had applied in 1967 plenty of 18 year olds would have been eligible and a pretty good 19 year olds too. So my two questions are: 1. How would you rank these players (who from what I can tell would have been eligible in 1967 under today's rules) 1-10: Rene Robert, Andre Dupont, Marc Tardif, Reggie Houle, Butch Goring, Serge Bernier, Dick Redmond, Ivan Boldirev, Ron Stackhouse, Bobby Clarke. 2. Of those players, how many (if any) would have (iyo) made the NHL before age 20?