6. Marian Hossa (1997, 1st Round, 12th Overall)
Another player who is known for his time on another team (He won three Stanley Cups with the Chicago Blackhawks), Hossa started out as a hot prospect for the Ottawa Senators organization.
A two-time All-Star with the Sens, Hossa dressed for 467 games, flashing his knack for offensive production rather quickly. He put up 390 points in 467 games with the Sens, with four 70-plus point campaigns and four hat tricks. We also got to see what he could do in the postseason, playing in 51 playoff games and scoring 34 points in the process.
Hossa is one of the best offensive players of his generation, and the Sens get to stake the claim as the team that brought him to the NHL.