INCH's Coverage: 2004 NHL Entry Draft

June 26-27, 2004
RBC Center
Raleigh, N.C. Draft Page
Official Draft Site

It's hard to say who was happier about the Al Montoya pick: the New York Rangers or the New York media.

Inside College Hockey and our associate,, had the 2004 NHL Entry Draft covered. From previewing where we expected the top players to end up until the Philadelphia Flyers made future collegian John Carter the final selection on Sunday, we brought you all the picks and much more.

The Picks

First Round
Second and Third Rounds
Fourth through Ninth Rounds


Postcard: The Weight of the Wait
Notebook: Value City
U.S. Success (From
Bloodlines Run Deep (From
Winners & Losers (From


Next Star on Broadway?
Postcard: Wheeling and Dealing
Notebook: Separated at Salmon Arm

The Montoya Diaries

Special Threads
Speculation Increases for Montoya
Montoya Preparing for Next Step

Additional Coverage

When Do You Take a Goalie? (from
Depending on the Draft (from
Chat with Kyle Woodlief (from
Found on a Cocktail Napkin: NHL Draft All-Steal Team | NHL Draft All-Bust Team
Draft Difficult to Predict (from
Found on a Cocktail Napkin: 11 signs you've got a bad family advisor
Kicking the Tires (from
NCAA Grants Opt-In Waiver

Scout's Take

"Scout's Take" is Inside College Hockey's exclusive evaluation of draft-eligible players from one or more NHL scouts.
Michigan State's David Booth
Brown's Brian Ihnacak
Dartmouth's Grant Lewis
Maine's Mike Lundin
Michigan's Al Montoya
Notre Dame's Wes O'Neill
Boston College's Cory Schneider
North Dakota's Drew Stafford
Michigan State's A.J. Thelen
Minnesota's Blake Wheeler
North Dakota's Travis Zajac

Mock Drafts

Inside College Hockey
Hockey News, and more


Central Scouting Service
The Hockey News Top 100 Prospects

2003 NHL Entry Draft

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