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1990 - Round: 1
RndPick Overall Team Player Pos Country Height Weight Amateur League Amateur Team
111QUE Owen Nolan RGBR6' 1"214OHLCornwall Royals
122VAN Petr Nedved CCZE6' 3"196WHLSeattle Thunderbirds
133DET Keith Primeau CCAN6' 5"220OHLNiagara Falls Thunder
144PHI Mike Ricci CCAN6' 0"200OHLPeterborough Petes
155PIT Jaromir Jagr RCZE6' 3"240CzechKladno
166NYI Scott Scissons CCAN6' 1"190WHLSaskatoon Blades
177LAK Darryl Sydor DCAN6' 1"211WHLKamloops Blazers
188MNS Derian Hatcher DUSA6' 5"235OHLNorth Bay Centennials
199WSH John Slaney DCAN6' 0"190OHLCornwall Royals
11010TOR Drake Berehowsky DCAN6' 2"217OHLKingston Frontenacs
11111CGY Trevor Kidd GCAN6' 2"213WHLBrandon Wheat Kings
11212MTL Turner Stevenson RCAN6' 3"230WHLSeattle Thunderbirds
11313NYR Michael Stewart DCAN6' 3"210NCAAMichigan State University
11414BUF Brad May LCAN6' 1"213OHLNiagara Falls Thunder
11515HFD Mark Greig RCAN5' 11"190WHLLethbridge Hurricanes
11616CHI Karl Dykhuis DCAN6' 3"214QMJHLHull Olympiques
11717EDM Scott Allison CCAN6' 4"195WHLPrince Albert Raiders
11818VAN Shawn Antoski LCAN6' 4"235OHLNorth Bay Centennials
11919WIN Keith Tkachuk CUSA6' 2"235Mass.Malden Catholic H.S.
12020NJD Martin Brodeur GCAN6' 2"215QMJHLSt. Hyacinthe Lasers
12121BOS Bryan Smolinski CUSA6' 1"203NCAAMichigan State University
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The groove of being behind a bench is going to be interesting at first, but thank God we have a few exhibition games to get rid of those cobwebs. Overall the excitement of it all and the freshness and coming back refreshed, all those things are going to be assets. If [the players] come ready to give their best effort in practice and games, good things are going to happen. I'm always looking for results. It's not always on the scoreboard. It's winning and building something.

— Bryan Trottier on making his return to coaching as an assistant with the Sabres