1994 NHL Entry Draft
The NHL Entry Draft in 1994, the annual talent contraction of the National Hockey League, was held at the Hartford Civic Center in the U.S. Hartford, Connecticut on 28 and 29 June 1994. For the first time the draft was held over two days.
A total of 286 players were taken in eleven rounds. Were particularly in demand defender and so both the Florida Panthers and the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim picked each one Defensive Player. For the first time four goalkeepers were drawn in the first round. But ultimately sat down in the NHL but by goalkeeper who were drawn in later rounds; José Théodore of the second round, Marty Turco from the fifth and five more shorts men in the ninth round. The New York Rangers picked up with the last pick in the draft the Swede Kim Johnsson. He was the best last draft pick in history. Only ten players from the first round contest in their careers more NHL games than Johnsson.