I love looking back at old drafts and seeing who the busts and pleasant surprises were. The 1994 draft has to be one of the best drafts for this purpose. There were some solid picks in the first round, along with some busts, but the top scorer of the entire draft class- Daniel Alfredsson wasn't drafted until the sixth round. And then there's the goalies- such studs as Jamie Storr, Eric Fichaud and Evgeni Ryabchikov were taken in the first round before Dan Cloutier, Jose Theodore and Marty Turco (who was taken in the fifth round!). There were nine other goalies taken between rounds 1 and 8. They played a total of 0 games in the NHL. Then the ninth round rolled around and Nabokov, Grahame, Hedberg and Vokoun were all taken! I know scouting isn't an exact science but how could those other nine guys be taken over those four? But that's what makes the draft exciting- you never know what your going to get until almost ten years later. One other note about the '94 draft, the very last pick of the draft was Kim Johnsson, who has turned out better than some of the first rounders from that draft.