Pavel Brendl
New York Rangers, 1st Round (4th Overall)
CLUB: Calgary Hitmen (WHL) 
POSITION: Right wing 
SHOOTS: Right 
HEIGHT: 6-0 
WEIGHT: 204 lbs. 
BORN: March 23, 1981 (Opocno, Czech Republic)

Personal Profile
Ranked 2nd on the CSS Mid-Term Report, his final ranking is 2nd selected 34th overall by Calgary in the 1998 CHL Import Draft participated in the 1999 WHL All-Star Game captured the Bob Clarke Trophy as the WHL's scoring champion, ranking first in goals and fifth in assists participated in the 1999 Top Prospects Game in Calgary, scored game-tying goal for Team Orr was named to the WHL's Eastern Conference First All-Star Team and the WHL All-Rookie Team captured WHL Rookie of the Year honors and won the league's plus/minus award (+68).
Central Scouting Report

A powerful skater with a wide stride has deceptive speed that often results in breakaway opportunities has very good on-ice awareness extremely accurate with shooting and passing and almost always hits his target shows great ability to find the open man in traffic has good lateral movement when handling the puck and exhibits exceptional balance and strength when fending off checking opponents has a tremendous wrist shot with a very quick release he is a threat to score in any game situation a competitive player who is not overly physical strong stickhandling skills allow him to effectively maneuver through heavy traffic is willing to take a hit to make the play effectively drives to the net and positions his body very well to protect the puck stands his ground in front of the net and very seldom gets hit a clutch player and a consistent performer.

Year      Team           League    GP    G    A    TP   PIM
1998-99   Calgary        WHL       68   73   61   134    40
1997-98   H.C. Olomolk   Cze Jr.   35   36   20    56    35

Jamie Lundmark
New York Rangers, 1st Round (9th Overall)
CLUB: Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL) 
POSITION: Center 
SHOOTS: Right 
HEIGHT: 6-0 
WEIGHT: 174 lbs. 
BORN: Jan. 16, 1981 (Edmonton, Alberta) 
Personal Profile
Ranked 3rd on the CSS Mid-Term Report, his final ranking is 3rd selected in the fourth round of the 1996 WHL bantam draft, 58th overall was a member of Team Alberta in the 1997 National Under-17 Tournament in Swift Current won a Gold Medal with Team Canada in the 1998 Under-18 World Tournament in Slovakia participated in the 1999 WHL All-Star Game finished second in team scoring, third among WHL rookies and 11th in the league participated in the 1999 Top Prospects Game in Calgary, notched a goal for Team Cherry set records at the Top Prospects skills evaluation in the 60' sprint (2.541 sec.) and the 150' sprint (5.587 sec.) was named to the WHL's Eastern Conference Second All-Star Team and the WHL All-Rookie Team captured Rookie of the Year honors for the Warriors this season.
Central Scouting Report
A very good skater with quick acceleration very solid on his skates and has tremendous balance and mobility displays exceptional lateral movement when skating with the puck and is outstanding in one-on-one situations has great vision and uses his teammates very well is very adept at making short passes in tight quarters has a very accurate wrist shot with a quick release and is a threat to score from anywhere in the offensive zone also possesses a good, hard slap shot is able to control the play in the offensive zone a feisty competitor who does not show any fear willing to work through any adversity relishes the pressure of being a "go-to guy" is not overly physical but is capable of delivering the big hit often logs an enormous amount of ice time.
Statistics 
Year      Team         League   GP    G    A   TP   PIM
1998-99   Moose Jaw    WHL      70   40   51   91   121
1997-98   St. Albert   AJHL     53   33   58   91   176

David Inman
New York Rangers, 2nd Round (59th Overall)
CLUB: University of Notre Dame (CCHA) 
POSITION: Center 
SHOOTS: Left 
HEIGHT: 6-1 
WEIGHT: 180 lbs. 
BORN: June 13, 1980 (New York, New York) 

Personal Profile
Ranked 27th on the CSS Mid-Term report, his final ranking is 19th was a Freshman at Notre Dame this season, finished sixth in team scoring led the team in penalty minutes and ranked third with 109 shots on goal was named to the CCHA All-Rookie Team was invited to the U.S. National Junior Team camp this year won a Gold Medal with Team Ontario in the 1997 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge in Red Deer named Rookie of the Year and Scholastic Player of the Year for the Metro Jr. A Central Division in 1996-97.