1995 NHL Entry Draft
The NHL Entry Draft in 1995, the annual talent contraction of the National Hockey League, took place on 8 July 1995, in Edmonton Coliseum in Edmonton, Canada in the Province of Alberta held. After the draft was conducted over two days in the previous year, the number to be dialed player was the beginning of the year newly signed Collective Bargaining Agreement clearly - from eleven to nine rounds - reduced, whereby the contraction could be carried out again in a day.
A total of 234 players were taken in nine rounds. On the top three franchises selected from each defender. The two Toppicks, Bryan Berard and Wade Redden had been replaced but still prior to its first use, so Berard played for the New York Islanders and Redden with the Ottawa Senators. The offensive talent of the draft chose the Dallas Stars Jarome Iginla with at 11 and the New Jersey Devils Petr Sykora with in 18 position. Iginla ran as Berard and Redden never for the team that had drafted him on.
The first time was pulled early in the second round with Jochen Hecht a German. Also, an Austrian was this time with Martin Hohenberger among the selected players.