Take a look back at the 2000 NHL draft: We've ranked the top 10 forwards and top 10 defensemen by career NHL points and goalies by career NHL wins.
FORWARDS: Here are the top 10 highest-scoring forwards selected in the 2000 NHL draft, with draft position and NHL games played:
--Seven of the 10 highest-scoring forwards drafted in 2000 were first-rounders. The top two forwards picked, Dany Heatley and Marian Gaborik, have been the most productive, with Heatley leading the way even though he hasn't registered an NHL point in two years.
--The first round featured 21 forwards among the 30 selections, and 20 of those forwards made it to the NHL for at least a cup of coffee (and 14 have played more than 100 NHL games). Artem Kryukov, drafted by Buffalo 15th overall, is the lone first-round forward who never made it to the bigs.
--Scott Hartnell leads all players picked in the 2000 draft with 1,109 NHL games played.
DEFENSEMEN: Here are the top 10 highest-scoring defensemen selected in the 2000 NHL draft, with draft position and NHL games played:
--Lubomir Visnovsky, the 35th defensemen selected and the 118th overall pick, leads all D-men drafted in 2000 with 495 points in 883 games.
--Seven defensemen were selected in the first round and all of them made it to the NHL. Six of the seven played at least 300 NHL games -- in fact, five of the seven played at least 600 NHL games. The exception is Lars Jonsson, picked seventh overall by the Boston Bruins, who only played eight NHL games.
--Nick Schultz, a second-round pick by the Minnesota Wild, ranks second among all players drafted in 2000 with 1,041 NHL games played.
GOALIES: A total of 12 goalies selected in the 2000 NHL draft have appeared in at least one NHL game. Here they are ranked by NHL wins, with draft position and NHL games played:
--Two goalies were picked in the first round, including Rick DiPietro, the first-ever netminder to be drafted first overall. Brent Krahn, selected ninth overall by the Calgary Flames, played 20 minutes for the Dallas Stars in 2008-09, surrendering three goals.
--Henrik Lundqvist was the 22nd goalie picked in the 2000 NHL draft. He wasn't even the first goalie drafted by the New York Rangers; they took Brandon Snee 143rd overall before landing Lundqvist in the seventh round.
--Ilya Bryzgalov hasn't played in the NHL in more than a year, but he was recently talking about making a comeback.
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