In the first round of the 1993 amatuer entry draft, the Edmonton Oilers hockey club selected a big 6'3" defenseman 16th overall from the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. Nick Stajduhar was an offensive defenseman who put up 86 points in 52 games during his final year of junior. Nick's professional career saw him playing with the Cape Breton Oilers of the AHL and the Canadian National Team. His NHL stint was limited to 2 games with the Edmonton Oilers and in 1996 he began drifting from one minor league team to the next. He played for several teams in the ECHL, AHL, UHL, CHL, WCHL and IHL; finishing his pro-career in 2000-01 with the Houston Aeros of the IHL.