UND has had a total of 123 players drafted.
UND's highest drafted forward ever is Drew Stafford (No. 13).
UND hasn't had a goaltender drafted since Toby Kvalevog was selected in the ninth round in 1993.
Since 1968, only five times has there been a draft without a UND player being selected.
The last time UND hasn't had a player selected at all was 1998.
The record for most picks in one draft is nine, which happened in 1984. Last season, seven Sioux players were picked.
From 1999 to 2004, UND has had a total of 16 draft picks. Eleven of those 16 ended up leaving school early.
From 1991 to 2004, UND has had 10 players taken in the top two rounds of the draft. All but one (Brad DeFauw) left for the pros early.
No first-round pick has ever stayed all four years at UND.
According to CBC, Jason Herter holds the distinction of being the player who took the longest to play an NHL game after being selected in the first round. Herter, a No. 8 overall pick in 1989, is UND's highest drafted player in history.
The three first-round picks UND had last year are a record.
Tomorrow's draft will likely be a historic one for UND (Jonathan Toews could be the school's highest draft pick), the state of Minnesota (Erik Johnson could be first Minnesotan to go No. 1 overall), the University of Minnesota (school could have three guys taken in the top 10) and all of college hockey (more first round picks and more top-10 picks than ever before).