1980 NHL Entry Draft

1980 NHL Draft
General information
Date(s) June 11, 1980
Location Montreal, Quebec, Canada
First selection Doug Wickenheiser
Selected by: Montreal Canadiens

The 1980 NHL Entry Draft was held at the Montreal Forum. This was the first time that an NHL arena hosted the draft.[1] The National Hockey League (NHL) teams selected 210 players eligible for entry into professional ranks, in the reverse order of the 1979–80 NHL season and playoff standings. This is the list of those players selected.

It was the first time the Forum hosted the draft. The hometown Montreal Canadiens used the first selection on Doug Wickenheiser.

Selections by round

Below are listed the selections in the 1980 NHL Entry Draft.

 = NHL All-Star[2] ·  = NHL All-Star[2] and NHL All-Star Team ·  = Hall of Famers

Club teams are located in North America unless otherwise noted.

Round one

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
1Doug WickenheiserCentre CanadaMontreal Canadiens (from Colorado)Regina Pats (WHL)
2Dave BabychDefence CanadaWinnipeg JetsPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
3Denis SavardCentre CanadaChicago Black Hawks (from Quebec)Montreal Juniors (QMJHL)
4Larry MurphyDefence CanadaLos Angeles Kings (from Detroit)Peterborough Petes (OHA)
5Darren VeitchDefence CanadaWashington CapitalsRegina Pats (WHL)
6Paul CoffeyDefence CanadaEdmonton OilersKitchener Rangers (OHA)
7Rick LanzDefence CanadaVancouver CanucksOshawa Generals (OHA)
8Fred ArthurDefence CanadaHartford WhalersCornwall Royals (QMJHL)
9Mike BullardForward CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsBrantford Alexanders (OHA)
10Jim FoxForward CanadaLos Angeles KingsOttawa 67s (OHA)
11Mike BlaisdellRight Wing CanadaDetroit Red Wings (from Toronto)Regina Pats (WHL)
12Rik WilsonDefence United StatesSt. Louis BluesKingston Canadians (OHA)
13Denis CyrRight Wing CanadaCalgary FlamesMontreal Juniors (QMJHL)
14Jim MaloneForward CanadaNew York RangersToronto Marlboros (OHA)
15Jerry DupontDefence CanadaChicago Black HawksToronto Marlboros (OHA)
16Brad PalmerForward CanadaMinnesota North StarsVictoria Cougars (WHL)
17Brent SutterCentre CanadaNew York IslandersRed Deer Rustlers (AJHL)
18Barry PedersonForward CanadaBoston BruinsVictoria Cougars (WHL)
19Paul GagneForward CanadaColorado Rockies (from Montreal)Windsor Spitfires (OHA)
20Steve PatrickForward CanadaBuffalo SabresBrandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
21Mike StothersDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersKingston Canadians (OHA)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Archived from the original on 22 January 2009. Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 1)

1.* The Colorado Rockies' first round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on September 13, 1976 that sent Ron Andruff, Sean Shanahan and the 19th overall pick to the Colorado Rockies in exchange for this pick.

2.* The Quebec Nordiques' first round pick went to the Chicago Black Hawks as the result of a trade on June 9, 1979 that Black Hawks promised to not take Real Cloutier in 1979 NHL Expansion Draft in exchange for this pick.

3.* The Detroit Red Wings' first round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of to a trade on August 22, 1979, that sent Dale McCourt and Rogie Vachon to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for Andre St. Laurent, the first round pick in 1981 and this pick.

4.* The Toronto Maple Leafs' first round pick went to the Detroit Red Wings as the result of to a trade on March 13, 1978 that sent Dan Maloney and the 25th overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Errol Thompson, the second round pick in 1978 and this pick.

5.* The Montreal Canadiens' first round pick went to the Colorado Rockies as the result of to a trade on September 13, 1976, that sent 1st overall pick to the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Ron Andruff, Sean Shanahan and this pick.

Round two

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
22Joe WardCentre CanadaColorado RockiesSeattle Breakers (WHL)
23Moe Mantha, Jr.Defence Canada/
 United States
Winnipeg JetsToronto Marlboros (OHA)
24Normand RochefortDefence CanadaQuebec NordiquesQuebec Remparts (QMJHL)
25Craig MuniDefence CanadaToronto Maple Leafs (from Detroit)Kingston Canadians (OHA)
26Bob McGillDefence CanadaToronto Maple Leafs (from Washington)Victoria Cougars (WHL)
27Ric NattressDefence CanadaMontreal Canadiens (from Edmonton)Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
28Steve LudzikForward CanadaChicago Black Hawks (from Vancouver)Niagara Falls Flyers (OHA)
29Michel GalarneauCentre CanadaHartford WhalersHull Olympiques (QMJHL)
30Ken SolheimForward CanadaChicago Black Hawks (from Pittsburgh)Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
31Tony CurtaleDefence United StatesCalgary Flames (from Los Angeles)Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
32Kevin LaValleeForward CanadaCalgary Flames (from Toronto)Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
33Greg TerrionForward CanadaLos Angeles Kings (from St. Louis)Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
34Dave MorrisonForward CanadaLos Angeles Kings (from Calgary)Peterborough Petes (OHA)
35Mike AllisonForward CanadaNew York RangersSudbury Wolves (OHA)
36Len DawesDefence CanadaChicago Black HawksVictoria Cougars (WHL)
37Don BeaupreGoaltender CanadaMinnesota North StarsSudbury Wolves (OHA)
38Kelly HrudeyGoaltender CanadaNew York IslandersMedicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
39Steve KonroydDefence CanadaCalgary Flames (from Boston)Oshawa Generals (OHA)
40John ChabotCentre CanadaMontreal CanadiensHull Olympiques (QMJHL)
41Mike MollerRight Wing CanadaBuffalo SabresLethbridge Broncos (WHL)
42Jay FraserLeft Wing CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersOttawa 67's (OHA)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 2)

1.* The Detroit Red Wings' second round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on March 13, 1978, that sent Errol Thompson, the second round pick in 1978 and the 11th overall pick to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for Dan Maloney and this pick.

2.* The Washington Capitals' second round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on June 11, 1980, that sent Mike Palmateer and the 55th overall pick in exchange for Tim Coulis, Robert Picard and this pick.

3.* The Edmonton Oilers' second round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of to a trade on June 13, 1979, that sent Dave Lumley and Dan Newman to the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for this pick.

4.* The Vancouver Canucks' second round pick went to the Chicago Black Hawks as the result of to a trade on June 16, 1978, that sent Thomas Gradin to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for this pick.

5.* The Pittsburgh Penguins' second round pick went to the Chicago Black Hawks as the result of to a trade on October 9, 1978, that sent Dale Tallon to the Chicago Black Hawks in exchange for this pick.

6.* The Los Angeles Kings' second round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of to a trade on June 16, 1979, that sent Richard Mulhern and the 34th overall pick to the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for Bob Murdoch and this pick.

7.* The Toronto Maple Leafs' second round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of to a trade on June 10, 1980, that sent David Shand and the 55th overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for this pick.

8.* The St. Louis Blues' second round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of to a trade on January 14, 1978, that sent Neil Komadoski to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for this pick.

9.* The Calgary Flames' second round pick went to the Los Angeles Kings as the result of to a trade on June 16, 1979, that sent Bob Murdoch and the 31st overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Richard Mulhern and this pick.

10.* The Boston Bruins' second round pick went to the Calgary Flames as the result of to a trade on June 2, 1980, that sent Jim Craig to the Boston Bruins in exchange for the third round pick in 1981 and this pick.

Round three

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
43Fred BoimistruckDefence CanadaToronto Maple Leafs (from Colorado)Cornwall Royals (QMJHL)
44Murray EavesCentre CanadaWinnipeg JetsUniversity of Michigan (NCAA)
45John NewberryCentre CanadaMontreal Canadiens (from Quebec)Nanaimo Clippers (BCJHL)
46Mark OsborneLeft Wing CanadaDetroit Red WingsNiagara Falls Flyers (OHA)
47Dan MieleRight Wing CanadaWashington CapitalsProvidence College (NCAA)
48Shawn BabcockLeft Wing CanadaEdmonton OilersWindsor Spitfires (OHA)
49Andy SchliebenerDefence CanadaVancouver CanucksPeterborough Petes (OHA)
50Mickey VolcanDefence CanadaHartford WhalersUniversity of North Dakota (NCAA)
51Randy BoydDefence CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsOttawa 67's (OHA)
52Steve BozekLeft Wing CanadaLos Angeles KingsNorthern Michigan University (NCAA)
53Randy VelischekDefence CanadaMinnesota North Stars (from Toronto)Providence College (NCAA)
54Jim PaveseDefence United StatesSt. Louis BluesKitchener Rangers (OHA)
55Torrie RobertsonLeft Wing CanadaWashington Capitals (from Calgary via Toronto)Victoria Cougars (WHL)
56Sean McKennaRight Wing CanadaBuffalo Sabres (from New York Rangers)Sherbrooke Castors (QMJHL)
57Troy MurrayCentre CanadaChicago BlackhawksSt. Albert Saints (AJHL)
58Marcel FrereLeft Wing CanadaChicago Blackhawks (from Minnesota)Billings Bighorns (WHL)
59Dave SimpsonCentre CanadaNew York IslandersLondon Knights (OHA)
60Tom FergusCentre CanadaBoston BruinsPeterborough Petes (OHA)
61Craig LudwigDefence United StatesMontreal CanadiensUniversity of North Dakota (NCAA)
62Jay NorthCentre United StatesBuffalo SabresBloomington Jefferson High School (USHS-MN)
63Paul MercierDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersSudbury Wolves (OHA)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 3)

1.* The Colorado Rockies' third round pick went to the Toronto Maple Leafs as the result of a trade on March 3, 1980, that sent Walt McKechnie to the Colorado Rockies in exchange for this pick.

2.* The Quebec Nordiques' third round pick went to the Montreal Canadiens as the result of a trade on June 9, 1979 that Montreal Canadiens promise to take Dan Geoffrion and Alain Cote, rather than Marc Tardif and/or Richard David in 1979 NHL Expansion Draft, from the Quebec Nordiques in exchange for the second round pick in 1981 and this pick. Nordiques promise to take Alain Cote in NHL Expansion Draft.

3.* The Toronto Maple Leafs' third round pick went to the Minnesota North Stars as the result of to a trade on October 5, 1978, that sent Walt McKechnie to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for this pick.

4.* The Calgary Flames' third round pick went to the Washington Capitals as the result of to a trade on June 11, 1980, that sent Tim Coulis, Robert Picard and 26th overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs in exchange for Mike Palmateer and this pick.
Toronto had acquired the pick previously as the result of a trade on June 10, 1980, that sent 32nd overall pick to the Calgary Flames in exchange for Dave Shand and this pick.

5.* The New York Rangers' third round pick went to the Buffalo Sabres as the result of to a trade on March 12, 1979, that sent Jocelyn Guevremont to the New York Rangers in exchange for the third round pick in 1979 and this pick.

6.* The Minnesota North Stars' third round pick went to the Chicago Black Hawks as the result of to a trade on May 4, 1978, that sent Eddie Mio and Pierre Plante to the Minnesota North Stars in exchange for Doug Hicks and this pick.

Round four

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
64Rick LaFerriereGoaltender CanadaColorado RockiesPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
65Guy FournierCentre CanadaWinnipeg JetsShawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
66Jay MillerDefence United StatesQuebec NordiquesUniversity of New Hampshire (ECAC)
67Carey WilsonCentre CanadaChicago Black Hawks (from Detroit)Dartmouth College (ECAC)
68Monty TrottierCentre CanadaNew York Islanders (from Washington)Billings Bighorns (WHL)
69Jari KurriRight Wing FinlandEdmonton OilersJokerit (Finland)
70Marc CrawfordLeft Wing CanadaVancouver CanucksCornwall Royals (QMJHL)
71Kevin McClellandRight Wing CanadaHartford WhalersNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
72Tony FeltrinDefence CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsVictoria Cougars (WHL)
73Bernie NichollsCentre CanadaLos Angeles KingsKingston Canadians (OMJHL)
74Stew GavinLeft Wing CanadaToronto Maple LeafsToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
75Bob BrookeCentre United StatesSt. Louis BluesYale University (ECAC)
76Marc RoyRight Wing CanadaCalgary FlamesTrois-Rivieres Draveurs (QMJHL)
77Kurt KleinendorstCentre United StatesNew York RangersProvidence College (ECAC)
78Brian ShawRight Wing CanadaChicago Black HawksPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
79Mark HuglenDefence United StatesMinnesota North StarsRoseau High School (USHS-MN)
80Greg GilbertLeft Wing CanadaNew York IslandersToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
81Steve KasperCentre CanadaBoston BruinsSorel Éperviers (QMJHL)
82Jeff TealCentre United StatesMontreal CanadiensUniversity of Minnesota (WCHA)
83Jim WiemerLeft Wing CanadaBuffalo SabresPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
84Taras ZytynskyDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersMontreal Juniors (QMJHL)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 4)

1.* The Detroit Red Wings' fourth round pick went to the Chicago Black Hawks as the result of a trade on December 2, 1977, that sent Dennis Hull to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for this pick.

2.* The Washington Capitals' fourth round pick went to the New York Islanders as the result of to a trade on December 7, 1979, that sent Mike Kaszycki to the Washington Capitals in exchange for Gord Lane and this pick.

Round five

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
85Ed CooperLeft Wing CanadaColorado RockiesPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
86Glen OstirDefence CanadaWinnipeg JetsPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
87Basil McRaeLeft Wing CanadaQuebec NordiquesLondon Knights (OMJHL)
88Mike CorriganRight Wing CanadaDetroit Red WingsCornwall Royals (QMJHL)
89Timo BlomqvistDefence FinlandWashington CapitalsJokerit (Finland)
90Walt PoddubnyCentre CanadaEdmonton OilersKingston Canadians (OMJHL)
91Darrell MayGoaltender CanadaVancouver CanucksPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
92Darren JensenGoaltender CanadaHartford WhalersUniversity of North Dakota (WCHA)
93Doug SheddenCentre CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsSault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OMJHL)
94Alan GravesLeft Wing CanadaLos Angeles KingsSeattle Breakers (WHL)
95Hugh LarkinRight Wing United StatesToronto Maple LeafsSault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OMJHL)
96Alain LemieuxCentre CanadaSt. Louis BluesChicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
97Randy TurnbullDefence CanadaCalgary FlamesPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
98Scot KleinendorstDefence United StatesNew York RangersProvidence College (ECAC)
99Kevin GinnellCentre CanadaChicago Black HawksMedicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
100David JensenDefence United StatesMinnesota North StarsUniversity of Minnesota (WCHA)
101Ken LeiterDefence United StatesNew York IslandersMichigan State University (WCHA)
102Randy HillierDefence CanadaBoston BruinsSudbury Wolves (OMJHL)
103Remi GagneRight Wing CanadaMontreal CanadiensChicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
104Dirk ReuterDefence CanadaBuffalo SabresSault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OMJHL)
105Dan HeldCentre CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersSeattle Breakers (WHL)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Round six

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
106Aaron BrotenLeft Wing United StatesColorado RockiesUniversity of Minnesota (WCHA)
107Ron LoustelGoaltender CanadaWinnipeg JetsSaskatoon Blades (WHL)
108Mark KumpelRight Wing United StatesQuebec NordiquesUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell (ECAC)
109Wayne CrawfordCentre CanadaDetroit Red WingsToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
110Todd BidnerLeft Wing CanadaWashington CapitalsToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
111Mike WintherCentre CanadaEdmonton OilersBrandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
112Ken BerryLeft Wing CanadaVancouver CanucksCanadian National Development Team
113Mario CerriCentre CanadaHartford WhalersOttawa 67's (OMJHL)
114Pat GrahamLeft Wing CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
115Darren EliotGoaltender CanadaLos Angeles KingsCornell University (ECAC)
116Ron DennisGoaltender CanadaToronto Maple LeafsPrinceton University (ECAC)
117Perry AndersonLeft Wing CanadaSt. Louis BluesKingston Canadians (OMJHL)
118John MultanRight Wing CanadaCalgary FlamesPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
119Reijo RuotsalainenDefence FinlandNew York RangersOulu (Finland)
120Steve LarmerRight Wing CanadaChicago Black HawksNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
121Danny ZavariseDefence CanadaMinnesota North StarsCornwall Royals (QMJHL)
122Dan RevellLeft Wing CanadaNew York IslandersOshawa Generals (OMJHL)
123Steve LyonsLeft Wing United StatesBoston BruinsMatignon High School (USHS-MA)
124Mike McPheeLeft Wing CanadaMontreal CanadiensRennssaeler Polytechnic Institute (ECAC)
125Daniel NaudDefence CanadaBuffalo SabresSorel Eperviers (QMJHL)
126Brian TuttDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersCalgary Wranglers (WHL)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Round seven

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
127Dan FascinatoDefence CanadaColorado RockiesOttawa 67's (OMJHL)
128Brian MullenCentre United StatesWinnipeg JetsNew York Jr. Rangers (NYMJHA)
129Gaston TherrienDefence CanadaQuebec NordiquesQuebec Remparts (QMJHL)
130Mike BraunDefence CanadaDetroit Red WingsNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
131Frank PerkinsRight Wing United StatesWashington CapitalsSudbury Wolves (OMJHL)
132Andy MoogGoaltender CanadaEdmonton OilersBillings Bighorns (WHL)
133Doug LidsterDefence CanadaVancouver CanucksColorado College (WCHA)
134Mike MartinDefence CanadaHartford WhalersSudbury Wolves (OMJHL)
135Michael LauenRight Wing United StatesWinnipeg Jets (from Pittsburgh)Michigan Technological University (WCHA)
136Mike O'ConnorDefence CanadaLos Angeles KingsMichigan Technological University (WCHA)
137Russ AdamCentre CanadaToronto Maple LeafsKitchener Rangers (OMJHL)
138Roger HagglundDefence SwedenSt. Louis BluesUmea (Sweden)
139Dave NewsomLeft Wing CanadaCalgary FlamesBrantford Alexanders (OMJHL)
140Bob ScurfieldCentre CanadaNew York RangersWestern Michigan University (CCHA)
141Sean SimpsonCentre CanadaChicago Black HawksOttawa 67's (OMJHL)
142Bill StewartRight Wing CanadaMinnesota North StarsUniversity of Denver (WCHA)
143Mark HamwayRight Wing United StatesNew York IslandersMichigan State University (WCHA)
144Tony McMurchyCentre CanadaBoston BruinsNew Westminster Bruins (WHL)
145Bill NortonLeft Wing United StatesMontreal CanadiensClarkson University (ECAC)
146Jari PaavolaGoaltender FinlandBuffalo SabresTPS (Finland)
147Ross FitzpatrickCentre CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersWestern Michigan University (CCHA)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 7)

1.* The Pittsburgh Penguins' seventh round pick went to the Winnipeg Jets as the result of a trade on June 9, 1979, that Winnipeg Jets promised not to claim Kim Clackson as a priority selection in the 1979 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for this pick.

Round eight

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
148Andre HidiLeft Wing CanadaColorado RockiesPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
149Sandy BeadleLeft Wing CanadaWinnipeg JetsNortheastern University (ECAC)
150Michel BolducDefence CanadaQuebec NordiquesChicoutimi Sagueneens (QMJHL)
151John BeukeboomDefence CanadaDetroit Red WingsPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
152Bruce RaboinDefence United StatesWashington CapitalsProvidence Colleges (ECAC)
153Rob Polman-TuinGoaltender CanadaEdmonton OilersMichigan Technological University (WCHA)
154John O'ConnorDefence United StatesVancouver CanucksUniversity of Vermont (ECAC)
155Brent DeNatLeft Wing CanadaHartford WhalersMichigan Technological University (WCHA)
156Bob GealeCentre CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsPortland Winter Hawks (WHL)
157Billy O'DwyerCentre United StatesLos Angeles KingsBoston College (ECAC)
158Fred PerliniCentre CanadaToronto Maple LeafsToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
159Pat RabbittLeft Wing CanadaSt. Louis BluesBillings Bighorns (WHL)
160Claude DrouinCentre CanadaCalgary FlamesQuebec Remparts (QMJHL)
161Bart WilsonDefence CanadaNew York RangersToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
162Jim RalphGoaltender CanadaChicago Black HawksOttawa 67's (OMJHL)
163Jeff WaltersRight Wing CanadaMinnesota North StarsPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
164Morey GareRight Wing CanadaNew York IslandersPenticton Knights (BCJHL)
165Mike MoffatGoaltender CanadaBoston BruinsKingston Canadians (OMJHL)
166Steve PenneyGoaltender CanadaMontreal CanadiensShawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL)
167Randy CunneyworthCentre CanadaBuffalo SabresOttawa 67's (OMJHL)
168Mark BotellDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersBrantford Alexanders (OMJHL)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Round nine

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
169Shawn MacKenzieGoaltender CanadaColorado RockiesWindsor Spitfires (OMJHL)
170Eddie ChristianCentre United StatesWinnipeg JetsWarroad High School (USHS-MN)
171Christian TanguayRight Wing CanadaQuebec NordiquesTrois-Rivieres Draveurs (QMJHL)
172Dave MilesRight Wing CanadaDetroit Red WingsBrantford Alexanders (OMJHL)
173Peter AnderssonDefence SwedenWashington CapitalsTimra (Sweden)
174Lars-Gunnar PetterssonCentre SwedenEdmonton OilersLulea (Sweden)
175Patrik SundstromCentre SwedenVancouver CanucksUmea (Sweden)
176Paul FrickerGoaltender CanadaHartford WhalersUniversity of Michigan (WCHA)
177Brian LundbergDefence CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsUniversity of Michigan (WCHA)
178Daryl EvansLeft Wing CanadaLos Angeles KingsNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
179Darwin McCutcheonDefence CanadaToronto Maple LeafsToronto Marlboros (OMJHL)
180Peter LindgrenDefence SwedenSt. Louis BluesHammarby (Sweden)
181Håkan LoobRight Wing SwedenCalgary FlamesKarlstad (Sweden)
182Chris WrayRight Wing United StatesNew York RangersBoston College (ECAC)
183Don DietrichDefence CanadaChicago Black HawksBrandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
184Bob LaksoLeft Wing United StatesMinnesota North StarsAurora-Hoyt Lakes High School (USHS-MN)
185Peter SteblykDefence CanadaNew York IslandersMedicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
186Michael ThelvenDefence SwedenBoston BruinsDjurgardens IF (Sweden)
187John SchmidtDefence United StatesMontreal CanadiensUniversity of Notre Dame (WCHA)
188Dave BeckonCentre CanadaBuffalo SabresPeterborough Petes (OMJHL)
189Peter DineenDefence CanadaPhiladelphia FlyersKingston Canadians (OMJHL)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Round ten

Pick #PlayerPositionNationalityNHL teamCollege/junior/club team
190Bob JanschRight Wing CanadaColorado RockiesVictoria Cougars (WHL)
191Dave ChartierCentre CanadaWinnipeg JetsBrandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
192Bill RobinsonDefence United StatesQuebec NordiquesActon-Boxborough High School (USHS-MA)
193Brian RorabeckRight Wing CanadaDetroit Red WingsNiagara Falls Flyers (OMJHL)
194Tony CamazzolaDefence CanadaWashington CapitalsBrandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
195Bob O'BrienRight Wing CanadaPhiladelphia Flyers (from Edmonton)Dixie Beehives (OPJHL)
196Grant MartinCentre CanadaVancouver CanucksKitchener Rangers (OMJHL)
197Lorne BokshowanCentre CanadaHartford WhalersSaskatoon Blades (WHL)
198Steve McKenzieDefence CanadaPittsburgh PenguinsSt. Albert Saints (AJHL)
199Kim CollinsLeft Wing CanadaLos Angeles KingsBowling Green University (CCHA)
200Paul HigginsRight Wing CanadaToronto Maple LeafsHenry Carr Crusaders (MetJHL)
201John SmythDefence CanadaSt. Louis BluesCalgary Wranglers (WHL)
202Steven FletcherDefence CanadaCalgary FlamesHull Olympiques (QMJHL)
203Anders BackstromDefence SwedenNew York RangersBrynas IF (Sweden)
204Dan FrawleyRight Wing CanadaChicago Black HawksSudbury Wolves (OMJHL)
205Dave RichterDefence CanadaMinnesota North StarsUniversity of Michigan (WCHA)
206Glenn JohannesenDefence CanadaNew York IslandersRed Deer Rustlers (AJHL)
207Jens OhlingLeft Wing SwedenBoston BruinsDjurgardens IF (Sweden)
208Scott RobinsonGoaltender CanadaMontreal CanadiensUniversity of Denver (WCHA)
209John BaderLeft Wing United StatesBuffalo SabresIrondale High School (USHS-MN)
210Andy BrickleyLeft Wing United StatesPhiladelphia FlyersUniversity of New Hampshire (ECAC)
Reference: "1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com". Retrieved 10 January 2009. 

Notes (Round 10)

1.* The Edmonton Oilers' tenth round pick went to the Philadelphia Flyers as the result of a trade on June 11, 1980, that sent Barry Dean to the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for Ron Areshenkoff and this pick.

Draftees based on nationality

Rank Country Amount
North America197
1 Canada164
2 United States33
Europe13
3 Sweden9
4 Finland4

See also

References

  1. The Montreal Canadiens:100 Years of Glory, D'Arcy Jenish, p.241, Published in Canada by Doubleday, 2009, ISBN 978-0-385-66325-0
  2. 1 2 Players are identified as an All-Star if they were selected for the All-Star game at any time in their career.
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