25. Dmitri Khristich -- A right winger drafted 120th by the Washington Capitals in the 1988 draft. Khristich played for the Washington Capitals, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins, and Toronto Maple Leafs during his 13 years in the NHL. A two time all-star Khristich holds an unflattering honor. After the 1998-1999 season Khristich, and the Bruins were in salary arbitration. Awarded with a 2.8 million salary the Bruins walked away making Khristich the first player ever to win arbitration and become a free agent. Scoring 259 goals, and 337 assist during his playing time which ended after the 2001-2002 season.
26. Pat Falloon -- The 2nd player drafted overall in the 1991 draft by the San Jose Sharks. As the first ever draft pick by the new franchise he was projected to be the teams cornerstone. Playing nine seasons with five different teams. Falloon spent the first four with San Jose before being traded to the Flyers. Spending three seasons with the Flyers before being dealt to Ottawa. Two teams later in 2000 Falloon was out of the NHL as teams questioned his conditioning. Only recording 322 points for his career and playing in 575 games there is no question.
27. Jeremy Roenick -- Playing 18 years in the NHL. Roenick was drafted by the Chicago Blackhawks with the 8th pick in 1988. Making an instand impact the second he reached the NHL. Roenick scored 18 goals in 20 games, and helped the Blackhawks reach the conference finals. While not winning any Stanley Cups, Roenick did play in 9 NHL all-star games. Retiring at the end of the 2008-2009 season. Roenick scored 513 goals, 703 assists why playing in 1,363 games.
28. Alexander Mogilny -- Drafted by the Buffalo Sabres with the 89th pick in 1988. A defector from Russia who left after the 1989 medal ceremony. Mogilny Played 17 years in the NHL with the Sabres, Canucks, Leafs, and two stints with the Devils. Mogilny played in 5 all-star games but was selected for six games, missing one due to an injury. A one time Stanley Cup winner with the New York Devils during his first run with the team. Ending his career in the minor league AHL with the Albany River Rats. Mogilny scored 473 goals, 559 assists in 990 games.
29. Gilbert Dionne -- The younger brother of NHL hall-of-famer Marcel Dionne. Gilbert was drafted 81st by the Montreal Canadians in 1990. His career looked to be very promising for the young player as his rookie season he played in 39 games scoring 21 times and, dishing out 13 assists. The following season was lack luster until Dionne bloomed in the playoffs during a Canadians eventual Stanley Cup Championship. Hope was springing once again but another lack luster season followed before being traded to the Flyers then Panthers that same season. By 1996 Dionne was back in the minors never to return to the NHL.
30. Sergei Fedorov -- Drafted by the Detroit Red Wings in 1989 with the 74th pick. Fedorov made his debut in the 1990-1991 season. Considered by many to be one of the best players in the world during the 1990's and one of the top playoff players in NHL history. A member of the Russian Five. Detroit won three Stanley Cup Championships with all three during his years with the Red Wings. Once leaving Detroit Fedorov made stops in Anaheim, Columbus, and Washington. A six time all-star, Fedorov played 1,248 games and scored 483 goals during his career.