Rick Pagnutti and Barry Gibbs
1967 and 1966
A slick-skating puck-mover (and 2012 inductee to the AHL Rochester Americans Hall of Fame), Pagnutti (inset) was taken by the L.A. Kings in an unremarkable first round of the '67 draft. Only winger Serge Bermier (5th, Flyers) saw time in the NHL. Pagnutti spent most of his 10-year career in the AHL where he played for Rochester with Mike Milbury and was coached by Don Cherry. Barry Gibbs, the top pick by the Bruins ahead of blueliner Brad Park (Rangers), didn't reach the NHL to stay until 1969, with the Minnesota North Stars. He played in the NHL All-Star Game in 1973 and concluded his career in 1980, having played 797 games for five teams.