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Pats Drafts: NHL Amateur Drafts

1968
RD OA Player Team
2 14 Ron Snell Pittsburgh Penguins

1969
RD OA Player Team
2 21 Ron Garwasiuk Detroit Red Wings
6 64 Don Saleski Philadelphia Flyers

1970 - No players selected.

1971
RD OA Player Team
1 8 Larry Wright Philadelphia Flyers
2 21 Rod Norrish Minnesota North Stars
7 92 Bobby Gerrard Philadelphia Flyers
7 94 Dave Smith St. Louis Blues
8 109 Gene Sobchuk New York Rangers

1972
RD OA Player Team
2 18 Dwight Bialowas Atlanta Flames
4 52 John Dobie Los Angeles Kings
5 68 Bernie Germain Los Angeles Kings
7 98 Scott Smith Atlanta Flames
7 100 Glen Toner Los Angeles Kings

1973
RD OA Player Team
6 84 Doug Marit Toronto Maple Leafs

1974
RD OA Player Team
1 1 Greg Joly Washington Capitals
1 4 Clark Gillies New York Islanders
2 20 Glen Burdon Kansas City Scouts
4 60 Kim MacDougall Minnesota North Stars
5 89 Dennis Sobchuk Philadelphia Flyers
7 116 Rob Laird Pittsburgh Penguins
10 166 Rich Uhrich Pittsburgh Penguins
16 225 Bill Bell Washington Capitals

1975
RD OA Player Team
2 27 Ed Staniowski St. Louis Blues
4 59 Mike Wirachowsky Detroit Red Wings
6 95 Mike Harazny Detroit Red Wings
6 107 Jim Minor Buffalo Sabres
7 123 Dave Faulkner Los Angeles Kings

1976
RD OA Player Team
2 35 Drew Callander Philadelphia Flyers
6 98 Rob Tudor Vancouver Canucks
8 119 Al Dumba Washington Capitals

1977 - No players selected.

1978
RD OA Player Team
5 80 Gord Wappel Atlanta Flames
6 90 Gerry Minor Vancouver Canucks
9 142 Kevin Krook Colorado Rockies
12 187 Paul Hogan Washington Capitals

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