1993 NHL Entry Draft
The NHL Entry Draft in 1993, the annual talent contraction of the National Hockey League, took place on 26 June 1993 at the Colisee de Quebec in Quebec City in the Canadian province of Quebec instead.
A total of 286 players were taken in eleven rounds. The Ottawa Senators, who had fought with the San Jose Sharks by poor performance in the preseason long to the first draft law, had the opportunity to choose from the many above-average talent. However, they trespass on Alexandre Daigle. The best defender in the draft, Chris Pronger, went second overall to the Hartford Whalers, Paul Kariya only fourth to the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. In the further course, there were other players with lots of potential, including the long -overlooked Éric Dazé at 90th place, the Slovak Miroslav Šatan than 111, Todd Marchant than 164 and Mike Grier at 219 position. Pavol Demitra than 227 draft was still far from its maximum output.