THN’s 1989 Draft Preview was right to call Chyzowski a “boom or bust” prospect. The winger, coming off a 56-goal season with Kamloops, was taken second by the Islanders behind Mats Sundin (Toronto) and became a career minor leaguer. His one big shot came in 1990-91 when he got into 56 games with the Isles and scored five goals. Cut loose in '95, he ended up in Detroit's system. The '90 draft was also awful for the Isles as they used the sixth pick on forward Scott Scissons, who played in all of two NHL games.