1982 Final Rankings

*Note: The Central Scouting Rankings are based purely on the interpretation of statistics in the NJFHL, interpretation of real life history, and personal opinion.  In no way has the writer seen the ratings of the players or should the comments be interpreted to necessarily be accurate interpretations of the ratings the junior players have or will have.
Rank Previous Player
1 10 Murray Craven - Kamloops Blazers
Craven really blossomed this year. Whereas last year we were concerned about his lack of aggressiveness, he went out and registered more than a hit per game this year. And he was far and away the top scorer amongst draft eligible players, finishing 3rd overall in the league. Craven was dangerous everywhere and in all situations. Of his 31 goals, 13 were on the power play and another 2 were scored short handed. He doesn't back down from confrontation, though he does taend to take a reckless penalty. His skating still needs developing, but he has shown in 2 seasons with two different teams that he can put up points, while also playing a solid defensive game. He was equally as dominant in the playoffs, scoring 12 points in 9 games and going +5 before being swept by the juggernaut London Knights.


2 7 Brian Bellows - Medicine Hat Tigers
A bit of a surprise here as Bellows climbs to #2 in the rankings despite missing 24 games in the regular season. But in those 36 games he did play, Bellows was fantastic. He scored 29 goals, 12 of them with the man advantage, which over a full season would equate to a 49-goal season. He is arguably the top sniper in the draft. He finished with similar hits and shots numbers to Craven, though in 20 fewer games, and even had a better +/- rating. And while his Tigers only lasted one round in the playoffs, Bellows had 6 points in their 5 games and somehow had a positive plus/minus rating. And to top it off, as with Craven, he discovered some grit to his game, registering almost 2 hits per game and even taking some aggressive penalties. The only thing preventing Bellows from being the consensus #1 pick is his durability. Missing that many games will scare off some teams. But if that is in the past, another team has a steal.
3 3 Gary Leeman - Medicine Hat Tigers
Leeman's 34 goals were tops in the draft, as were his 18 power play markers. This is the second straight season he led his draft group in goals. Leeman also fired the 3rd most shots. Quite simply, he likes to score. And you can't argue with his success the past two seasons. He has a great shot and skates well to be able to get into position for high-percentage shots. Leeman also showed a solid defensive game, though he still doesn't get his nose dirty. And that is what may cost him in draft position. He only registered 45 hits during the season and only 3 in the playoffs. And in those playoffs, he was virtually invisible, scoring just 1 point in the Tigers' 1st round loss. That will certainly give scouts pause to consider. However, it is undeniable that he has the scoring pedigree.
4 1 Nikolai Borschevsky - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
The pre-season #1 ranked Russian falls 3 spots, but he still put up good numbers on a bad Greyhounds team. The Hounds were one of the lowest scoring teams in the league and would have easily been the lowest scoring team without Nikolai. He was second amongst draft eligible players with 74 points and his 51 assists were tied for 1st among forwards in the draft. However, Borschevsky remains a fringe player. By that, I mean he plays on the fringe and doesn't get physically involved. Of his 21 goals, 16 came on the power play. He had just 40 recorded hits, though he did have 82 PIMs. But most of those were of the stick-use variety. His defensive play is suspect as his -11 rating can attest, but playing on one of the worst teams in the league is certainly partly to blame. Like most Russians, Borschevsky skates very well and he is very good with the puck. Based on pure offensive skill, he should go in the top half of the first round, but he could drop if teams get scared off by his lack of grit.
5 11 Norm Maciver - Peterborough Petes
Maciver exceeded all expectations. For the second straight year, he led his class in scoring by a defenseman, actually finishing 12th in league scoring!! He was an offensive force on a very good offensive team. Some claim that he benefitted from playing with a good team, but you could also argue he helped make that team good. But he has shown that he isn't a one-dimensional player. He had a respectable +8 rating, but more impressive is that he was not afraid to get involved physically, registering 99 hits, only 10 fewer than shots he took. And when the pressure was amped in the playoffs? Maciver ketp up his pace, recording 9 points in 9 games and had more hits than shots. He isn't the sexy name that Housley is, but look for his name to be etched on a particular trophy at the end of the year and hear his name go in the top ten at the draft.
6 60 Ron Sutter - Kamloops Blazers
No one benefitted more from the redistribution of players this off season than Sutter. The running mate of Craven, Sutter could become the highest drafted Sutter and based on this year's performance, it would be well deserved. The gritty centre discovered an offensive element to his game and ended with 33 goals and 64 points while playing in all 60 games this season. While others ranked below him showed more skill than Ron, few showed they can play as well as he can in all situations. He was a demon on special teams, scoring 14 power play goals while also registering 2 short handed markers. But he was also money when it counted as he recorded 6 game winning goals, just one off the class lead. Yet, like all Sutters, he gets dirty and was in the top five in hits among forwards. Sutter continued to shine in the playoffs, scoring 10 points in 9 games while hitting and shooting more often than the regular season. He rises to the occassion.
7 8 Phil Housley - Ottawa 67's
Housley has been talked about as the best defenseman in the class for 2 seasons now. After winning Defenseman of the Year in his rookie year, Housley hasn't been able to dominate quite the same. However, he still may be the first defenseman selected as his offensive skills are certainly unquestioned. He may be the best passer in the entire draft and has a deceptively wicked shot, one that he can get through from the point on the power play. He was out scored by a significant margin by teammate Brad Shaw during the regular season, even taking into account the 10 games he missed. However, when the second season began, Housley really stepped it up. Though he didn't score a goal, he did get 16 assists in 16 games leading Ottawa to the NJFHL finals. He also was an amazing +10 on a team that only scored 6 more goals than they allowed, while making 3 hits per game. The only question about Housley is if he had too much early career success that hasn't pushed him to put out his best effort at all times. His skill set suggests he should be talked about int he discussion for the #1 pick, but his regular season performances haven't borne that out.
8 15 Dave Andreychuk - Hull Olympiques
A big bodied, power play specialist, Andreychuk has shown he can be an offensive force. He won't score on the rush, he is much too slow for that. He can be effective on the cycle due to his long reach and strength, though. But his real strength is on set offensive zone plays, such as the power play, where he can park himself within 10 feet of the net. He played on the worst offensive team in the league, but still managed to lead the team in goals (26), assists (32), and points (58) despite missing 10 games. He was also an impressive +2. 12 of his goals came on the special teams, 10 via the power play. Andreychuk did haveone of the lowest shooting percentages among forwards, but that is because he will shoot often and from anywhere. In fact, his 187 shots were the most by anyone in his draft class. His Olympiques bowed out in the first round, though they did take the eventual conference champion 67's the distance and he was even more of a factor, scoring five goals, 4 on the power play, and 8 points in the 7-game series. Andreychuk is the top of the class for sniping, but will only really work well with a team that doesn't like to play off the rush.
9 9 Ron Hextall - Kamloops Blazers
The top-rated goalie remains inside the top ten in the final rankings despite some struggles this year. With the team reshuffling, Hextall wasn't able to come close to his stellar record of a season ago. He barely managed a winning record at 26-23-5 and his GAA rose almost half a goal to 3.95. However, his save percentage remained relatively stable, finishing 5 points higher at .877, which is still disconcertingly low. The one area, though, that may be the biggest concern for organizations is his temper. He put last year's 32 PIMs to shame this year, racking up 82 minutes, over 2.5 times more than every other draft eligible goalie combined. With many teams in the NFHL looking to cut down on penalty minutes, this may drive them away from Hextall. However, that intensity also makes him a potential franchise goalie. He plays the angles well, is able to control rebounds, and, when necessary, has a terrific ability to scramble. He was terrific in the playoffs, until running into the London Knights. Despite being swept out in the second round by London, Hextall still managed a stellar .892 save percentage and lowered his GAA to 3.76, showing he is a big-game goalie not afraid of the pressure situations. Yes, teams will work on his temper, but if anyone is scared off because of that, they are missing out on a potentially great goalie.
10 29 Brad Shaw - Ottawa 67's
Shaw made it simply impossible to ignore him as he barges into the top ten. Shaw was 2nd in scoring among defensemen, even out scoring his teammate Phil Housley quite easily. In 58 games, Shaw had 57 points, 13 of them goals, which was 2nd amongts defensemen. However, points and goals were not the only statistical categories in which Shaw finished 2nd by blue liners. On the defensive side of play, Shaw was 2nd with a +14 rating, 2nd with 125 hits, and 2nd with 3 game winning goals. He was 3rd in shots and power play goals. He was just good in all facets of the game. Skating remains an issue with Shaw, but he is learning to play the angles and he is obviously not adverse to throwing his body around. And in the pressure packed playoffs, he did it even more, registering more than 3 hits per game, while continuing to produce offensively. Playing on a good team may impact his offensive numbers some, and that will have scouts having deep discussions about him since he was more of a defensive defenseman last year. Perhaps the most intriguing player in the draft in terms of how scouts think he will end up in the NFHL.
11 68 Roger Kortko - Chicoutimi Saguineens
One of only 4 players to eclipse 30 goals, Kortko finished with 31, while playing all 60 games. Proved to be dangerous in all situations with 14 PP goals and 2 SH markers, though defensive play was suspect with a -10 rating. Is aggressive, one of 3 forwards with 100+ hits, but plays a clean game with just over 60 PIMs.
12 23 Raimo Summanen - Chicoutimi Saguineens
Injuries a bit of a concern, but few forwards put up a better points per game average than the Finn. In fact, only 4 forwards scored at a better rate than his 1.26 points per game. Summanen has great speed and a good shot, but doesn't use it enough.
13 NR Jan Ingman - London Knights
One of a few of the Memorial Cup champion Knights to follow closely, Ingman's stock rose dramatically in part because of his post-season performance. He had a good regular season with 56 points in 57 games with a good +12 rating, but in the playoffs he really took off. He scored 11 goals to lead the playoffs and finished with 15 points in 13 games.
14 4 Doug Gilmour - London Knights
The polar opposite player to Ingman, but put up similar numbers, though still less than a season ago. Gilmour alsoscored 56 points , though in 3 fewer games. Really made a name for himself with his play away from the puck with a class leading +17 rating. Coaches would like to see him more physical if he is going take as many penalties as he does. Great playoffs, though, continued to show he has top notch 2-way talents.
15 80 Mike Heidt - Shawinigan Cataractes
A disappointment in the playoffs, it is still impossible to ignore someone with a cannon of a shot like Heidt. Hi s 19 goals were far and away the best for blue liners, with 7 of those coming with the man advantage, also a high for defensemen. His +19 rating in the regular season was highest for blue liners. Not very aggressive and poor performance in the post season could see Heidt drop right out of the first round.
16 NR Todd Strueby - London Knights
Out of nowhere, Strueby finished 2nd on the team in regular season scoring with 59 points, though he played in just 50 games. Not a great shot, but uses it frequently. Most points came via the assist. Huge issue with discipline as he racked up over 400 PIMs. Over 500 PIMs counting playoffs, but scored at a point per game pace througout. A weighing of pros and cons about him will be seen at quite a few draft tables.
17 84 Ian Wood - Saskatoon Blades
Wood was the best goalie in the class in every statistical category this year. Despite struggling with his rebounds, he finished just shy of 30 wins, sinishing with 29 and top spot in the class. His 3.59 GAA and .880 save percentage were also tops amongst starting goaltenders and his 2 shutouts was tied for first place. Flamed out in the playoffs, though, against the Knights. Save percentage plummetted, though GAA also fell a little. One of top goalies in weak goalie draft.
18 44 Claude Vilgrain - Shawinigan Cataractes
Responded to questions about his durability by missing just 5 games and rockets from a late second round pick to a late 1st round pick. Vilgrain isn't a goal scorer, but distributes the puck well. Finished with almost 200 PIMs but only 32 hits. Offensive ability is there with 64 points, but needs to cut down on cheap penalties. Coaches will need to help him shoot more.
19 14 Sergei Nemchinov - Medicine Hat Tigers
Still doesn't shoot enough, despite notching 19 goals. However, he did get a little grit to his game to add to an overall solid game. He was terrific in a defensive role, registering a +16 rating on a team that gave up the 3rd most goals, but also putting up 58 points in 51 games.
20 6 Scott Stevens - Shawinigan Cataracte
Durability now has to be a chief concern for anyone drafting Stevens and that is reflected in his plummeting draft ranking. For the second consecutive season, Stevens missed at least 20 games and it can't be ignored. His PIM total sky rocketed to the 5th highest total among blue liners at 334 PIMS and he played fewer games than any of the other 4. Can still be a force with 30 points in 40 games and almost 2 hits a game, but he is now more of a gamble than other blue liners.
21 NR John Newberry - Medicine Hat Tigers
Newberry made the most of his great speed this season. He had a good regular season with 25 goals and was tied for the league-lead with a +23 rating. He was unconscious in the playoffs, though, scoring 12 points in 5 games and doing everything he could possible do to keep the Tigers alive. Not physical nor aggressive, though, which may not parlay well into the professional ranks.
22 NR Kevin Griffin - London Knights
Another player who climbs the ratings thanks to London's incredible playoff run. Griffin was solid in the regular season with 43 points in 44 games, including 20 goals, but it was the playoffs where he shone. He led the Knights with 16 points in 11 games and scored in all situations. Coaches will like his physicality.
23 NR Todd Bergen - Chicoutimi Saguineens
In his first year in the NJFHL, Bergen tied for the class lead with 3 short handed markers and had an impressive 26 goals. Not much of a physical presence and doesn't get involved in that side of the game, but he is lightning fast and uses that quickness to get into good locations for a deceptively hard shot. -1 plus/minus rating won't impress many when combined with his 38 hits and only 4 PIMs. Needs a fire lit under him to develop all his skills.
24 17 Cory Millen - Saskatoon Blades
Another good offensive season from Millen as he upped his totals to 25 goals and 54 points in his draft year. Also became much more aggressive, pounding out 109 hits and 105 PIMs. However, his -1 rating is really cause for concern when playing on the top team in the conference. While defense can be taught, there is concern that Millen just doesn't care. Offensive contributions may not be enough to make up for defensive liability.
25 34 Ray Ferraro - Edmonton Oil Kings
After an 18-goal, 16-assist campaign, Ferraro put it all together and finished with 21 goals and 30 assists with an impressive +13 rating. Ferraro skates very well and has a flair for being in the right spot at the right time, despite not having the frame. Does play with an edge, though teams will want him to refrain a little. He had 230+ PIMs this season, simply too many for just 56 hits.
26 50 Doug Brown - Edmonton Oil Kings
Brown almost doubles his draft position thanks to a 49 point season that saw him emerge as a very capable defensive winger who can score. Brown tied John Newberry for the highest +/- with a +23 rating and showed he wasn't afraid to put the body on people. And he plays a clean game, racking up only 54 PIMs. Goal total is too low, but he won't make his money by scoring goals.
27 40 Dean Evason - Ottawa 67's
Evason managed to stay healthier than last year, though he still missed 11 games. However, he improved his offensive totals to 19 goals and 48 points, both on target, or slightly better, than his projected pace of last year. He proved to be efficient on the power play with 9 markers. However, his PIM totals are a bit shocking, more than doubling his projected pace of a year ago. Put up another 12 points in 16 playoff games, only solidifying his position in the draft.
28 16 Kelly Miller - Ottawa 67's
Evason's teammate turned out to be a shooter as he picked up 25 goals and showed he was quite willing to fire the puck frequently from anywhere on the ice. He was especially dangerous on the power play as he finished 5th in the class with 12 PP markers, to go along with 2 shorthanded goals. Added another 8 goals in the playoffs while also picking up defensive play.
29 NR Steve Rooney - Shawinigan Cataractes
High risk player, Rooney could also be a high reward. Rooney is a banger, but he has soft hands. While his primary mission out there is to hit, which he did 83 times last season, he proved to be dangerous with the puck on his stick and was terrific killing penalties. Of his 23 goals, 11 were with the man advantage and 3 were while short handed. However, there is no overlooking his 353 PIMs, hence the high risk.
30 2 Dave Reid - Saskatoon Blades
Last season appears to be an aberration as Reid falls from #2 overall to a mid-2nd round pick in the final rankings. Not that he had a bad season. He scored 21 goals, one fewer than last year, but had just 49 points. He isn't the go-to guy some thought he was after last season, he is complementary player. However, with 7 PP goals, 1 SH goal, and 73 hits, he has the ability to play, at least for thosrt stretchs, on any line. Needs to improve his shot, though, and use it more often.
31 NR Mickey Volcan - Edmonton Oil Kings
Discipline is certainly an issue, as is durability. Volcan missed 1/4 of the season this year, but still managed to find a way to record 316 PIMs, which on a pro rated basis, would have easily given him the overall lead in the class. However, he also managed 10 goals and 34 points with a +14 rating, so he has some skills at both ends of the ice. However, the debate will be whether those skills are worth the penalty minutes.
32 28 Bob Rouse - Medicine Hat Tigers
For those reluctant to take the risk on Volcan, Rouse offers a comparable solution. Rouse also had 10 goals and had just one fewer point, though he did play in 10 more games. Otherwise, his totals were quite similar, though, fewer PIMs. Scouts were impressed with his play in first round loss, though. In 5 games, he had 3 assists, but more impressively upped his defensive game with a +1 rating and 20 hits.
33 20 Ken Wregget - Edmonton Oil Kings
An .862 save percentage doomed Wregget's draft ranking and his team's season. Despite a wining record and finishing tied for the lead in shut outs, Wregget simply couldn't save enough. He faced fewer shots than all but one regular starter in the class, but that one was the only one who had a lower save percentage. Yet this was an improved save percentage from last year!! The same concerns abound about Wregget, he is a real project. However, he has been a starter in the NJFHL for 2 seasons now, so the talent is there. It just needs time and patience..and a good goalie coach.
34 32 Dave Ellett - Edmonton Oil Kings
The Oil Kings begin to come out in bunches in the middle of the second round. Ellett would have ranked higher, arguably into the later stages of the 1st round, if he had managed a healthy body. Ellett played in just 43 games this season but proved himself to be a physical defenseman with a huge shot. He scored 4 of his 5 goals on the power play while also registering almost 2 hits per game and a +11 rating. As with so many others in the NJFHL, he had huge PIM totals and it has to weigh onmanagement if that will track into the NFHL.
35 12 Pat Verbeek - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds

With all that offensive potential, it was thought all that was required from Verbeek was a healthy season. He got that this year, but Verbeek failed to respond. He did manage 25 goals, 12 on the power play, but had just 18 assists for 43 points. He -15 ratings raises eye brows, but he did play on the conference's worst team. Of more concern is why this big, tough power forward only had 59 hits, but took over 200+ PIMs. As of now, it appears Verbeek could just be a big bodies power play specialist. But, some team will gamble a mid-2nd round pick on his potential and hope it becomes realized in the future.

36 NR Jean-Marc Lanthier - London Knights
A good regular season followed up by a terrific playoffs moves Lanthier from off the charts to a projected mid to late 2nd round pick. Lanthier doesn't wow anyone in any one area, but he is versatile enough to play in all situations. He tied for the lead league with 3 short handed markers, while also popping 5 with the man advantage. Not known for getting phsycial, he will stand up for himself. While his role in the playoff diminished somewhat, he still put up 11 points in 13 games, including a power play goal.
37 NR Tony Feltrin - Chicoutimi Saguineens
Based purely on offensive acumen, Feltrin would probably warrant a pick higher in the round. However, Feltrin will likely go late in the 2nd or early in the 3rd as he simply doesn't have the strength to play with men right now, especially as a blue liner. His 32 points in 51 games was admirable, 7of those points being goals. However, he was also -5, had only 46 hits, yet had almost 300 PIMs. These are simply signs he is being physically overmatched and taking ill advised penalties. He is still a teen, of course, so there is still a potential growth spurt, so Feltrin is certainly a project.
38 18 Alexei Gusarov - Hull Olympiques
Obliterating the Russian stereotype, Gusarov was a hitting machine this past year. He was one of only 3 blue liners with 100+ hits and actually had the 2nd best hits per game ratio, and yet took just 100 PIMs. Gusarov recorded a +13 as well to prove that he could play some defense. He wasn't as offensive as last season, but he did fire 107 shots, scoring 5 times, 3 on the power play. That being said, he had 6 points in 7 playoff games as he appeared to work hard at his offense, though that did come at the cost of his defense. Despite that, he is a worthy chance to take with a late 2nd round pick.
39 51 Vladimir Ruzicka - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Played every game and in every situation. His 50 points is certainly solid, but, even though he played on a bad team, his -25 rating is a conversation killer. He's a very good set-up man, finishing with 33 assists, and was especially good on the power play. However, with his undeniable skill, you would like to see him shoot more than twice per game, which is what he did this season.
40 5 Tomas Sandstrom - Saskatoon Blades
We couldn't have been more wrong about Sandstrom. In the preseason rankings, we said if he could stay healthy, he would be a top 5 player. Based on last season's stats, he had a pro-rated 43 goal, 73 points season. Well, this season he was healthy. He responded with just 20 goals, fewer than he scored in 23 fewer games last year. He did continue to shoot and is a threat on the power play, scoring half his goals there, but he remained a perimeter player and lacked a defensive awareness. That being said, he still has offensive capability so he has the most chance of going a lot higher than here if there is a team willing to take a gamble.
41 24 Bob Sweeney - Saskatoon Blades
Sandstrom's teammate finished with just one less goal, but compares quite well, stats-wise. Afraid of the rough areas, though. Has a good shot, but without going into the middle of the ice, he doesn't get it off enough. He's clutch, though, as 6 of his 19 goals were either game winners or game tiers. Brief playoff appearance didn't prove he shouldn't be a 2nd round pick, but doesn't project to be a first rounder, despite pre-season anaylysis.
42 35 Dave Reierson - Sudbury Wolves
A shooting defenseman, Reierson continued to be a threat on the power play, scoring half of his 10 goals with theman advantage. Also added a physical element to his game, almost getting to 100 hits on the season despite missing 8 games. Kept relatively clean, too, with under 200 PIMs. Defensive play in question, though had a tough season on the worst team in the league.
43 55 Yuri Khymylev - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Statistically the best shooter in the draft as he scored on almost 22% of his shots. He had just over 100 shots for his 22 goals, including 8 of them with the man advantage. Play away from the puck is weak. Khymylev ended up taking way too many penalties and finished with a terrible -12 rating. However, offensive instincts are there, just need a little development.
44 43 Randy Gilhen - Ottawa 67's
Given increased ice time as a draft eligible player, Gilhen found his shot and increased his goal total from 6 to 16. His assists total did drop, but he still finished with 40 points while playing in all 60 games. Durability is not an issue here. Still plays a terrific defensive game, probably the role he will end up with in the NFHL. However, picked up offensive play in the playoffs, whiel still being responsible. Projects as a solid 3rd liner.
45 36 Tony Granato - London Knights
46 82 Ken Yaremchuk - Ottawa 67's
47 85 Andrei Lomatkin - Peterborough Petes
48 NR Troy Loney - Edmonton Oil Kings
49 65 Rich Sutter - Kamloops Blazers
50 49 Kevin Dineen - Saskatoon Blades
51 NR Paul Gillis - Edmonton Oil Kings
52 25 Mark Lamb - London Knights
53 27 David Shaw - Medicine Hat Tigers
54 NR Mario Gosselin - Medicine Hat Tigers
55 13 Peter Ihnacak - Medicine Hat Tigers
56 75 Craig Coxe - Hull Olympiques
57 61 Raimo Helminem - London Knights
58 NR Mike Stothers - Hull Olympiques
59 72 Alexander Vasiliev - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
60 31 Ulf Samuelsson - London Knights
61 21 Miroslav Ihnacak - Saskatoon Blades
62 47 Paul Lawless - Sudbury Wolves
63 48 Lyndon Byers - Shawinigan Cataractes
64 39 Mike Hough - London Knights
65 33 Hannu Jarvenpaa - Hull Olympiques
66 88 Peter Laviolette - Saskatoon Blades
67 30 Ken Daneyko - Hull Olympiques
68 NR Uli Heimer - Kamloops Blazers
69 86 Markus Beeck - Sudbury Wolves
70 73 Alexei Tkachuk - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
71 62 Wally Schreiber - Sudury Wolves
72 63 Brian Curran - Sudbury Wolves
73 38 Gary Nylund - Edmonton Oil Kings
74 37 Gord Kluzak - Kamloops Blazers
75 67 Libor Dolana - Sudbury Wolves
76 45 Bill Watson - Chicoutimi Saguineens
77 81 Jocelyn Gauvreau - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
78 22 Jim Playfair - Saskatoon Blades
79 79 Andrei Karpin - Peterborough Petes
80 74 Ed Kastelic - Peterborough Petes
81 87 Steve Graves - Kamloops Blazers
82 NR Rocky Trottier - Kamloops Blazers
83 54 Alain Heroux - Shawinigan Cataractes
84 NR Peter Rosol - Medicine Hat Tigers
85 66 Alan Kerr - London Knights
86 58 Rene Badeau - Peterborough Petes
87 78 Darren Pang - Ottawa 67's
88 83 Yves Corteau - Chicoutimi Saguineens