How Often do 2nd Year Eligible Players get Drafted to the NHL?

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  1. GoLeafsGo96

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    Just a random question, has puzzled me for a while but I was to lazy to go through every player in last year's draft.
     
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    Normally a hand full every year. By handful I mean 5-10.
     
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    Quite often I think, Pens have drafted Luca Caputi, Dustin Jeffrey and Nick Petersen who were all skipped over in their first draft eligible year. David Perron and Viktor Tikhnov were two recent first round picks who didn't get picked in their first draft eligible year.
     
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    Mike Hoffman and Zach Smith by the Sens . . .
     
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    I think Joonas Rask was drafted the 3rd time he was eligible.
     
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    This and by the later rounds.

    It's much easier to sign them than waste a draft pick.
     
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    A lot more than this.

    EDIT: Just a quick look at the 2010 draft, I get 35. That includes players also eligible in their 3rd and 4th years.
     
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    more often than you would think...

    for example, Toronto drafted 2 alone in the 2006 draft
     
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    As every else has said, it happens a lot. Specifically from the 4th round and on.
     
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    Mikko Koskinen was first pick of second round in 2009. He was 4th time eligible.

    But Islanders drafted him so it doesn't count? : sarcasm :
     
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    What's the exact cutoff date?

    Benoit Pouliot is born on Sept. 29. 1986.

    He was either one of the oldest 1st year player available, or a 2nd year player.

    It's worth mentionning that prior to his "draft year", he played only 4 OHL games.
     
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    Holy ****. Really? Wow. That is waaay more than I expected. Was that just a high number that year?
     
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    According to wikipedia: All players who will be 18 years old by September 15... ...are eligible for selection for that year's NHL Entry Draft
     
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    1st year then.
     
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    Wow that's alot. Has to be the most in the recent years.
     
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    Ottawa's had 9 over the last 3 years (5 in 2009).
     
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    Yeah- it happens more than we think- usually in later rounds- sometimes in the 1st, 2nd (Tiks, Perron, Trevor Lewis)

    Buffalo does it's usual 7th rounder overager (Riley Boychuk (10), Max Legault (09), Mancari, Hunter (04), Dennis, Generous (05) heck we drafted Nathan Paetsch (03) in the 7th when he didn't get signed the 1st time (Caps 2nd rounder),
     
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    Radko Gudas last year....
     
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    Nope. Just going back one more year, in 2009, I count 49 previously eligible players drafted.
     
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    Franzen is a good example of this
     
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    Rob Flick of Mississauga drafted by Chicago last year in 4th round as an early '91
     
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    Nikolai Kulemin and Carl Gunnarsson are both good players that the Leafs drafted in 2006. They were both passed over the first time.
     
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    I think Claude Giroux waas drafted in his 2nd year and David Perron
     
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    You're right about Perron, but wrong about Giroux.
     
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    Franzen was passed over a couple times....I think Datsyuk was once as well
     

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