Is it just me or have the Vancouver Canucks done the worst job at drafting in the last 10 years! Since Ohlund was selected in the first round in 1994, there have been a total of 18 players that have played for the team. Of those, only 6 remain (7 if you count Chubarov playing in Russia this year). The 2000 draft is looking worse every day (Nathan Smith was our first round pick and he will probably never play in the NHL). 1995 - Chris McAllister, Larry Courville, Peter Schaefer, Brent Sopel 1996 - Josh Holden, Zenith Komarniski, Lubomir Vaic 1997 - Brad Ference, Harold Druken, Matt Cooke 1998 - Bryan Allen, Artem Chubarov, Jarkko Ruuttu 1999 - Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin 2000 - Brandon Reid 2001 - Fedor Fedorov 2002 - None 2003 - Ryan Kesler The Canucks entire first line, the starting and backup goalie and 4 of the top 5 d-men came via trades. Imagine where the Canucks would be if they didn't trade so well. If the Sedins, Bryan Allen and Kesler develop as expected, then this post will be wrong but how is the drafting record of other teams?