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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.

Selections by round Edit

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

= NHL All-Star [2] = Hall of Famers

Round one Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
1 Doug Wickenheiser Forward Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Colorado) Regina Pats (WHL)
2 Dave Babych Defence Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Portland Winter Hawks (WHL)
3 Denis Savard Centre Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks (from Quebec) Montreal Juniors (QMJHL)
4 Larry Murphy Defence Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings (from Detroit) Peterborough Petes (OHA)
5 Darren Veitch Defence Flag of Canada Washington Capitals Regina Pats (WHL)
6 Paul Coffey Defence Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Kitchener Rangers (OHA)
7 Rick Lanz Defence Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Oshawa Generals (OHA)
8 Fred Arthur Defence Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Cornwall Royals (QMJHL)
9 Mike Bullard Forward Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
10 Jim Fox Forward Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Ottawa 67s (OHA)
11 Mike Blaisdell Right wing Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings (from Toronto) Regina Pats (WHL)
12 Rik Wilson Defence Flag of the United States United States St. Louis Blues Kingston Canadians (OHA)
13 Denis Cyr Right wing Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Montreal Juniors (QMJHL)
14 Jim Malone Forward Flag of Canada New York Rangers Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
15 Jerry Dupont Defence Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
16 Brad Palmer Forward Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Victoria Cougars (WHL)
17 Brent Sutter Centre Flag of Canada New York Islanders Red Deer Rustlers (AJHL)
18 Barry Pederson Forward Flag of Canada Boston Bruins Victoria Cougars (WHL)
19 Paul Gagne Forward Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies (from Montreal) Windsor Spitfires (OHA)
20 Steve Patrick Forward Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL)
21 Mike Stothers Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Kingston Canadians (OHA)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes (Round 1)Edit

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 Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
22 Joe Ward Centre Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Seattle Breakers (WHL)
23 Moe Mantha, Jr. Defence Flag of the United States United States Winnipeg Jets Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
24 Normand Rochefort Defence Flag of Canada Québec Nordiques Québec Remparts (QMJHL)
25 Craig Muni Defence Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Detroit) Kingston Canadians (OHA)
26 Bob McGill Defence Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Washington) Victoria Cougars (WHL)
27 Ric Nattress Defence Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Edmonton) Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
28 Steve Ludzik Forward Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks (from Vancouver) Niagara Falls Flyers (OHA)
29 Michel Galarneau Centre Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Hull Olympiques (QMJHL)
30 Ken Solheim Forward Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks (from Pittsburgh) Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
31 Tony Curtale Defence Flag of the United States United States Calgary Flames (from Los Angeles) Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
32 Kevin LaVallee Forward Flag of Canada Calgary Flames (from Toronto) Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
33 Greg Terrion Forward Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings (from St. Louis) Brantford Alexanders (OHA)
34 Dave Morrison Forward Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings (from Calgary) Peterborough Petes (OHA)
35 Mike Allison Forward Flag of Canada New York Rangers Sudbury Wolves (OHA)
36 Len Dawes Defence Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Victoria Cougars (WHL)
37 Don Beaupre Goaltender Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Sudbury Wolves (OHA)
38 Kelly Hrudey Goaltender Flag of Canada New York Islanders Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL)
39 Steve Konroyd Defence Flag of Canada Calgary Flames (from Boston) Oshawa Generals (OHA)
40 John Chabot Centre Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens Hull Olympiques (QMJHL)
41 Mike Moller Right wing Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Lethbridge Broncos (WHL)
42 Jay Fraser Left wing Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Ottawa 67's (OHA)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes (Round 2)Edit

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 Dave 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 Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
43 Fred Boimistruck Defence Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs (from Colorado) Cornwall Royals (QMJHL)
44 Murray Eaves Centre Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets University of Michigan (NCAA)
45 John Newberry Centre Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens (from Quebec) Nanaimo Clippers (BCJHL)
46 Mark Osborne Left wing Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Niagara Falls Flyers (OHA)
47 Dan Miele Right wing Flag of Canada Washington Capitals Providence College (NCAA)
48 Shawn Babcock Left wing Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Windsor Spitfires (OHA)
49 Andy Schliebener Defence Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Peterborough Petes (OHA)
50 Mickey Volcan Defence Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers University of North Dakota (NCAA)
51 Randy Boyd Defence Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Ottawa 67's (OHA)
52 Steve Bozek Left wing Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Northern Michigan University (NCAA)
53 Randy Velischek Defence Flag of Canada Minnesota Northstars (from Toronto) Providence College (NCAA)
54 Jim Pavese Defence Flag of the United States United States St. Louis Blues Kitchener Rangers (OHA)
55 Torrie Robertson Left wing Flag of Canada Washington Capitals (from Calgary via Toronto) Victoria Cougars (WHL)
56 Sean McKenna Right wing Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres (from New York Rangers) Sherbrooke Beavers (QMJHL)
57 Troy Murray Centre Flag of Canada Chicago Blackhawks St. Albert Saints (AJHL)
58 Marcel Frere Left wing Flag of Canada Chicago Blackhawks (from Minnesota) Billings Bighorns (WHL)
59 Dave Simpson Centre Flag of Canada New York Islanders London Knights (OHA)
60 Tom Fergus Centre Flag of the United States United States Boston Bruins Peterborough Petes (OHA)
61 Craig Ludwig Defence Flag of the United States United States Montreal Canadiens University of North Dakota (NCAA)
62 Jay North Centre Flag of the United States United States Buffalo Sabres Bloomington Jefferson H.S. (Minnesota)
63 Paul Mercier Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Sudbury Wolves (OHA)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes ( Round three )Edit

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 Danny 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 Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
64 Rick LaFerriere Goaltender Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Peterborough (OMJHL)
65 Guy Fournier Centre Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Shawinigan (QMJHL)
66 Jay Miller Defence Flag of the United States United States Quebec Nordiques New Hampshire (ECAC)
67 Carey Wilson Centre Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks (from Detroit) Dartmouth (ECAC)
68 Monty Trottier Centre Flag of Canada New York Islanders (from Washington) Billings (WHL)
69 Jari Kurri Right wing Flag of Finland Finland Edmonton Oilers Helsinki Jokerit (Finland)
70 Marc Crawford Left wing Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Cornwall (QMJHL)
71 Kevin McClelland Right wing Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
72 Tony Feltrin Defence Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Victoria (WHL)
73 Bernie Nicholls Centre Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Kingston (OMJHL)
74 Stew Gavin Left wing Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto (OMJHL)
75 Bob Brooke Centre Flag of the United States United States St. Louis Blues Yale (ECAC)
76 Marc Roy Right wing Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Trois-Rivieres (QMJHL)
77 Kurt Kleinendorst Centre Flag of the United States United States New York Rangers Providence (ECAC)
78 Brian Shaw Right wing Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Portland (WHL)
79 Mark Huglen Defence Flag of the United States United States Minnesota North Stars Roseau Minn. H.S.
80 Greg Gilbert Left wing Flag of Canada New York Islanders Toronto (OMJHL)
81 Steve Kasper Centre Flag of Canada Boston Bruins Sorel (QMJHL)
82 Jeff Teal Centre Flag of the United States United States Montreal Canadiens Minnesota (WCHA)
83 Jim Wiemer Left wing Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Peterborough (OMJHL)
84 Taras Zytynsky Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Montreal (QMJHL)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes ( Round four )Edit

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 Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
85 Ed Cooper Left wing Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Portland (WHL)
86 Glen Ostir Defence Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Portland (WHL)
87 Basil McRae Left wing Flag of Canada Quebec Nordiques London (OMJHL)
88 Mike Corrigan Right wing Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Cornwall (QMJHL)
89 Timo Blomqvist Defence Flag of Finland Finland Washington Capitals Helsinki Jokerit (Finland)
90 Walt Poddubny Centre Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Kingston (OMJHL)
91 Darrell May Goaltender Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Portland (WHL)
92 Darren Jensen Goaltender Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers North Dakota (WCHA)
93 Doug Shedden Centre Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Sault Ste. Marie (OMJHL)
94 Alan Graves Left wing Flag of France France Los Angeles Kings Seattle (WHL)
95 Hugh Larkin Right wing Flag of the United States United States Toronto Maple Leafs Sault Ste. Marie (OMJHL)
96 Alain Lemieux Centre Flag of Canada St. Louis Blues Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
97 Randy Turnbull Defence Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Portland (WHL)
98 Scot Kleinendorst Defence Flag of the United States United States New York Rangers Providence (ECAC)
99 Kevin Ginnel Centre Flag of the United States United States Chicago Black Hawks Medicine Hat (WHL)
100 David H. Jensen Defence Flag of the United States United States Minnesota North Stars Minnesota (WCHA)
101 Ken Leiter Defence Flag of the United States United States New York Islanders Michigan State (WCHA)
102 Randy Hillier Defence Flag of Canada Boston Bruins Sudbury (OMJHL)
103 Remi Gagne Right wing Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
104 Dirk Rueter Defence Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Sault Ste. Marie (OMJHL)
105 Dan Held Centre Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Seattle (WHL)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Round six Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
106 Aaron Broten Left wing Flag of the United States United States Colorado Rockies Minnesota (WCHA)
107 Ron Loustel Goaltender Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Saskatoon (WHL)
108 Mark Kumpel Right wing Flag of the United States United States Quebec Nordiques Lowell (ECAC) D-II
109 Wayne Crawford Centre Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Toronto (OMJHL)
110 Todd Bidner Left wing Flag of Canada Washington Capitals Toronto (OMJHL)
111 Mike Winther Centre Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Brandon (WHL)
112 Ken Berry Left wing Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Team Canida International
113 Mario Cerri Centre Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Ottawa (OMJHL)
114 Pat Graham Left wing Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
115 Darren Eliot Goaltender Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Cornell (ECAC)
116 Ron Dennis Goaltender Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Princeton (ECAC)
117 Perry Anderson Left wing Flag of Canada St. Louis Blues Kingston (OMJHL)
118 John Multan Right wing Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Portland (WHL)
119 Reijo Ruotsalainen Defence Flag of Finland Finland New York Rangers Oulu (Finland)
120 Steve Larmer Right wing Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
121 Danny Zavarise Defence Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Cornwall (QMJHL)
122 Dan Revell Left wing Flag of Canada New York Islanders Oshawa (OMJHL)
123 Steve Lyons Left wing Flag of the United States United States Boston Bruins Matignon Mass. H.S.
124 Mike McPhee Left wing Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens RPI (ECAC)
125 Daniel Naud Defence Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Sorel (QMJHL)
126 Brian Tutt Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Calgary (WHL)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Round seven Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
127 Dan Fascinato Defence Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Ottawa (OMJHL)
128 Brian Mullen Centre Flag of the United States United States Winnipeg Jets New Jersey (NYMJHA)
129 Gaston Therrien Defence Flag of Canada Quebec Nordiques Quebec (QMJHL)
130 Mike Braun Defence Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
131 Frank Perkins Right wing Flag of the United States United States Washington Capitals Sudbury (OMJHL)
132 Andy Moog Goaltender Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Billings (WHL)
133 Doug Lidster Defence Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Colorado College (WCHA)
134 Mike Martin Defence Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Sudbury (OMJHL)
135 Mike Lauen Right wing Flag of the United States United States Winnipeg Jets (from Pittsburgh) Michigan Tech (WCHA)
136 Mike O'Connor Defence Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Michigan Tech (WCHA)
137 Russ Adam Centre Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Kitchener (OMJHL)
138 Roger Hagglund Defence Flag of Sweden Sweden St. Louis Blues Umea (Sweden)
139 Dave Newsom Left wing Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Brantford (OMJHL)
140 Bob Scurfield Centre Flag of Canada New York Rangers Western Michigan (CCHA)
141 Sean Simpson Centre Flag of Great Britain United Kingdom Chicago Black Hawks Ottawa (OMJHL)
142 Bill Stewart Right wing Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Denver (WCHA)
143 Mark Hamway Right wing Flag of the United States United States New York Islanders Michigan State (WCHA)
144 Tony McMurchy Centre Flag of Canada Boston Bruins New Westminster (WHL)
145 Bill Norton Left wing Flag of the United States United States Montreal Canadiens Clarkson (ECAC)
146 Jari Paavola Goaltender Flag of Finland Finland Buffalo Sabres Turku TPS (Finland)
147 Ross Fitzpatrick Centre Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Western Michigan (CCHA)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes ( Round seven )Edit

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 Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
148 Andre Hidi Left wing Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Peterborough (OMJHL)
149 Sandy Beadle Left wing Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Northeastern (ECAC)
150 Michel Bolduc Defence Flag of Canada Quebec Nordiques Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
151 John Beukeboom Defence Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Peterborough (OMJHL)
152 Bruce Raboin Defence Flag of the United States United States Washington Capitals Providence (ECAC)
153 Rob Polman Tuin Goaltender Flag of Canada Edmonton Oilers Michigan Tech (WCHA)
154 John O'Connor Defence Flag of the United States United States Vancouver Canucks Vermont (ECAC)
155 Brent DeNat Left wing Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Michigan Tech (WCHA)
156 Bob Geale Centre Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Portland (WHL)
157 Billy O'Dwyer Centre Flag of the United States United States Los Angeles Kings Boston College (ECAC)
158 Fred Perlini Centre Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto (OMJHL)
159 Pat Rabbitt Left wing Flag of Canada St. Louis Blues Billings (WHL)
160 Claude Drouin Centre Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Quebec (QMJHL)
161 Bart Wilson Defence Flag of Canada New York Rangers Toronto (OMJHL)
162 Jim Ralph Goaltender Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Ottawa (OMJHL)
163 Jeff Walters Right wing Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Peterborough (OMJHL)
164 Morey Gare Right wing Flag of Canada New York Islanders Penticton (BCJHL)
165 Mike Moffat Goaltender Flag of Canada Boston Bruins Kingston (OMJHL)
166 Steve Penney Goaltender Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens Shawinigan (QMJHL)
167 Randy Cunneyworth Centre Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Ottawa (OMJHL)
168 Mark Botell Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Brantford (OMJHL)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Round nine Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
169 Shawn MacKenzie Goaltender Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Windsor (OMJHL)
170 Eddie Christian Centre Flag of the United States United States Winnipeg Jets Warroad Minn. H.S.
171 Christian Tanguay Right wing Flag of Canada Quebec Nordiques Trois-Rivieres (QMJHL)
172 Dave Miles Right wing Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Brantford (OMJHL)
173 Peter Andersson Defence Flag of Sweden Sweden Washington Capitals Timra (Sweden Jr.)
174 Lars-Gunnar Pettersson Centre Flag of Sweden Sweden Edmonton Oilers Lulea (Sweden)
175 Patrik Sundstrom Centre Flag of Sweden Sweden Vancouver Canucks Umea (Sweden)
176 Paul Fricker Goaltender Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Michigan (WCHA)
177 Brian Lundberg Defence Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins Michigan (WCHA)
178 Daryl Evans Left wing Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
179 Darwin McCutcheon Defence Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto (OMJHL)
180 Peter Lindgren Defence Flag of Sweden Sweden St. Louis Blues Hammarby (Sweden)
181 Hakan Loob Right wing Flag of Sweden Sweden Calgary Flames Karlstad (Sweden)
182 Chris Wray Right wing Flag of the United States United States New York Rangers Boston College (ECAC)
183 Don Dietrich Defence Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Brandon (WHL)
184 Bob Lakso Left wing Flag of the United States United States Minnesota North Stars Aurora-Hoyt Lakes Minn. H.S.
185 Peter Steblyk Defence Flag of Canada New York Islanders Medicine Hat (WHL)
186 Michael Thelven Defence Flag of Sweden Sweden Boston Bruins Stockholm (Sweden)
187 John Schmidt Defence Flag of the United States United States Montreal Canadiens JNotre Dame (WCHA)
188 Dave Beckon Centre Flag of Canada Buffalo Sabres Peterborough (OMJHL)
189 Peter Dineen Defence Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers Kingston (OMJHL)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Round ten Edit

Pick # Player Position Nationality NHL team College/junior/club team
190 Bob Jansch Right wing Flag of Canada Colorado Rockies Victoria (WHL)
191 Dave Chartier Centre Flag of Canada Winnipeg Jets Brandon (WHL)
192 Bill Robinson Defence Flag of the United States United States Quebec Nordiques Acton-Boxborough Mass. H.S.
193 Brian Rorabeck Right wing Flag of Canada Detroit Red Wings Niagara Falls (OMJHL)
194 Tony Camazzola Defence Flag of Canada Washington Capitals Brandon (WHL)
195 Bob O'Brien Right wing Flag of Canada Philadelphia Flyers (from Edmonton) Dixie (OPJHL)
196 Grant Martin Centre Flag of Canada Vancouver Canucks Kitchener (OMJHL)
197 Lorne Bokshowan Centre Flag of Canada Hartford Whalers Saskatoon (WHL)
198 Steve McKenzie Defence Flag of Canada Pittsburgh Penguins St. Albert (AJHL)
199 Kim Collins Left wing Flag of Canada Los Angeles Kings Bowling Green (CCHA)
200 Paul Higgins Right wing Flag of Canada Toronto Maple Leafs Henry Carr Ontario H.S.
201 John Smyth Defence Flag of Canada St. Louis Blues Calgary (WHL)
202 Steven Fletcher Defence Flag of Canada Calgary Flames Hull (QMJHL)
203 Anders Backstrom Defence Flag of Sweden Sweden New York Rangers Gavel (Sweden)
204 Dan Frawley Right wing Flag of Canada Chicago Black Hawks Sudbury (OMJHL)
205 Dave Richter Defence Flag of Canada Minnesota North Stars Michigan (WCHA)
206 Glenn Johannesen Defence Flag of Canada New York Islanders Red Deer (AJHL)
207 Jens Ohling Left wing Flag of Sweden Sweden Boston Bruins Stockholm (Sweden)
208 Scott Robinson Goaltender Flag of Canada Montreal Canadiens Denver (WCHA)
209 John Bader Left wing Flag of the United States United States Buffalo Sabres Irondale Minn. H.S.
210 Andy Brickley Left wing Flag of the United States United States Philadelphia Flyers New Hampshire (ECAC)
Reference: 1980 NHL Entry Draft hockeydraftcentral.com. Retrieved on 10 January 2009.

Notes ( Round ten )Edit

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.

= NHL All-Star [2] = Hall of Famers

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ReferencesEdit

  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. 2.0 2.1 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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