As Kenny Albert pointed out to me yesterday, Vokoun's last five playoff appearances were against Nabokov in the 2007 playoffs. The Sharks won the series in 5 games.
The 9th round of the 1994 draft certainly produced some goaltenders -- check out this excerpt from picks 217-226
|9||217||Quebec||Tim Thomas||G||U. of Vermont [ECAC]||378||0||6||6||39|
|9||218||Philadelphia||Johan Hedberg||G||Leksands IF [SEL]||373||0||10||10||96|
|9||219||San Jose||Evgeni Nabokov||G||Kamenogorsk (Russia)||646||1||13||14||112|
|9||220||NY Islanders||Gord Walsh||L||Kingston Frontenacs [OHL]|
|9||221||Vancouver||Bill Muckalt||R||Kelowna Spartans [BCJHL]||256||40||57||97||204|
|9||222||Chicago||Lubomir Jandera||Litvinov CHP HC [Czech]|
|9||223||Washington||John Tuohy||D||Kent H.S. (Conn.)|
|9||224||St. Louis||Marc Stephan||Tri-City Americans [WHL]|
|9||225||Buffalo||Craig Millar||D||Swift Current Broncos [WHL]||114||8||14||22||73|
|9||226||Montreal||Tomas Vokoun||G||Poldi Kladno (Czech.)||700||0||23||23||125|
The Isles' first round pick in 1994 - the "better Lindros", Brett. He was taken 9th, three picks after Ryan Smyth went to Edmonton.