Looking back in History its clear Owen Nolan should not have went first overall in 1990. Two of the greatest players to ever play (Jagr and Brodeur) went later in the first round. My question is looking back redo the first 5 picks of the 1990 draft. 1) Quebec- I would go with Jagr here. Having Sakic and Jagr on a line together is just to tantalizing to pass up. 2) Vancouver- Martin Brodeur- This would give the Cannucks a franchise goalie and with Brodeur in net they maybe win the 94 Stanley Cup 3) Detroit Red Wings- Keith Tkachuk- A better version than Keith Primeau who they originally took at #3. 4) Philadelphia Flyers- Owen Nolan a big body who put up big numbers before injuries slowed him down greatly. 5) Pittsburgh Penguins- Peter Bondra Playing along side Mario Bondra would probably add to his career 500 goals.