Jose Theodore was a second round choice of the Canadiens in the 1994 NHL entry draft.
The teams who held the top five spots in the 2012 NHL entry draft in order were the Edmonton Oilers, Columbus Blue Jackets, Montreal Canadiens, New York Islanders and Toronto Maple Leafs.
"Jose Theodore was drafted 44th overall by the Montreal Canadiens in the 1994 Entry Draft. Since then he has played for Colorado, Washington and Minnesota before finally landing in Florida."
NHL Entry Draft was created in 1963.
The only team that had "territorial rights" as such was the Montreal Canadiens who always had the right to choose the top junior player from the province of Quebec. This right ceased in 1970 when the amateur/entry draft as we know it today came into being. As a result, in the 1970 draft, the expansion Buffalo Sabres was able to select Gilbert Perreault first overall. Prior to 1970 Perreault would have automatically become property of the Canadiens. The above is entirely misleading. The actual answer is 1963 but was allowed again in 68-69. Montreal only had a total of 3 players selected this way who ever played in the NHL; Michel Plasse, Rejean Houle and Marc Tardif. For a more detailed answer read proicehockey.about.com/od/hockeyfaqsandtrivia/f/canadiens.htm
In order: Brad Brown, Jose Theodore, Chris Murray, Marko Kiprusoff, Martin Belanger, Arto Kuki, Jimmy Drolet, Joel Irving, Jessie Rezansoff, Peter Strom, Tomas Vokoun, Chris Aldous, and Ross Parsons.
The 2008 NHL entry draft occured on June 20-21
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First pick overall in the 1984 Entry Draft by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The 1990 NHL Entry Draft was held in BC Place Stadium, Vancouver. Owen Nolan was the first overall selection in that draft.