Ottawa Senators: Top 10 Draft Picks of All-Time

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OTTAWA, ON – DECEMBER 15: Ottawa Senators alumni Radek Bonk #14 smiles during the 2017 Scotiabank NHL100 Classic Ottawa Senators Alumni Game on Parliament Hill on December 15, 2017 in Ottawa, Canada. (Photo Andre Ringuette/NHLI via Getty Images) /

Honorable Mentions

Not everyone can make the list, and these are just a few of the names that missed out on the top ten.

Radek Bonk- The third overall pick in 1994 played an impressive 689 games with the Sens while recording 399 points. He was also a two-time All-Star.

Mark Borowiecki- A current member of the Ottawa Senators, Borowiecki has only played 303 games for the Sens, but the former fifth round pick has used his body to make an impact (1,296 hits, 444 blocked shots).

Jean-Gabriel Pageau- A fourth round pick in 2011, Pageau has made the most of his opportunity in the NHL, scoring 131 points in 339 games. He also has two playoff hat tricks to his name (Including a memorable four goal game against the Rangers in 2017).

Thomas Chabot- 108 games and 64 points so far as a defenseman. Give it time, he’ll probably crack the top ten in a few years.