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Pats Drafts: NHL Entry Drafts (1979-89)

1979
RD OA Player Team
5 89 Dirk Graham Vancouver Canucks

1980
RD OA Player Team
1 1 Doug Wickenheiser Montreal Canadiens
1 5 Darren Veitch Washington Capitals
1 11 Mike Blaisdell Detroit Red Wings

1981
RD OA Player Team
1 10 Garth Butcher Vancouver Canucks
2 29 Todd Strueby Edmonton Oilers
4 65 Dave Michayluk Philadelphia Flyers
7 136 Bruce Holloway Vancouver Canucks
8 186 Al Tuer Los Angeles Kings

1982
RD OA Player Team
2 24 Gary Leeman Toronto Maple Leafs
2 39 Lyndon Byers Boston Bruins
6 116 Taylor Hall Vancouver Canucks
8 152 Wally Schreiber Washington Capitals
11 230 Chris Smith Edmonton Oilers
12 251 Jeff Crawford Edmonton Oilers

1983
RD OA Player Team
1 21 Nevin Markwart Boston Bruins
4 66 John Bekkers Calgary Flames
5 94 Jason Meyer Buffalo Sabres
7 130 Dale Derkatch Edmonton Oilers
10 186 Stu Grimson Detroit Red Wings
11 206 Jeff Frank Detroit Red Wings
11 220 John Miner Edmonton Oilers
12 223 Dave Goertz Pittsburgh Penguins

1984
RD OA Player Team
1 21 Selmar Odelein Edmonton Oilers
2 39 Doug Trapp Buffalo Sabres
3 53 Robert Dirk St. Louis Blues
8 164 Frank Joo Washington Capitals

1985
RD OA Player Team
1 8 Brent Fedyk Detroit Red Wings
2 34 Brad Lauer New York Islanders
6 107 Kevin Clemens Pittsburgh Penguins
7 143 Stu Grimson Calgary Flames (re-entry)

1986
RD OA Player Team
4 72 Mark Janssens New York Rangers
4 80 Shawn Byram New York Islanders
5 102 Gerald Bzdel Quebec Nordiques

1987
RD OA Player Team
2 22 Brad Miller Buffalo Sabres
12 243 Ray Savard St. Louis Blues

1988 - No players selected

1989

RD OA Player Team
1 11 Mike Sillinger Detroit Red Wings
1 14 Kevin Haller Buffalo Sabres
1 16 Jamie Heward Pittsburgh Penguins
3 59 Jim Mathieson Washington Capitals
7 136 Scott Daniels Hartford Whalers

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