Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25
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Top 25 Under 25 Roundtable
Wrapping up the 2013 offseason, the Silver Seven Staff have a chat about prospects.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 1: Erik Karlsson
Erik Karlsson is the best player to ever play for the Ottawa Senators.
Top 25 under 25, no. 2: Kyle Turris
After a season masquerading as a number 1 centre, Kyle Turris appears poised for a breakout year.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 6: Patrick Wiercioch
Patrick Wiercioch is an NHL player now. It remains to be seen what kind of NHLer he is.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Jean-Gabriel Pageau
Mark says no one reads this part of the post, make a liar out of him!
Top 25 Under 25, no. 10: Curtis Lazar
The only 2013 draft pick to make our list is first-rounder Curtis Lazar, and his debut has him pretty high up--the organization is optimistic about Lazar's future, and so are the authors here at Silver Seven.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 11: Mike Hoffman
Having proven himself into a dependable player down in Binghamton, Mike Hoffman might be on the cusp of earning an NHL job.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 12: Mark Stone
Although Mark Stone dropped in our rankings after his first pro season, he's still got plenty of time to make his case--and this season, he'll get a good chance.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 13: Matt Puempel
Matt Puempel is set to begin his first professional season in his third year out of the draft. It will be a big test and an indication of what he might have to offer.
Top 25 under 25. no 17: Jim O'Brien
The evolution of James O'Brien: from on-ice draft dud to off-ice daft dude.
Top 25 under 25. no 18: Jarrod Maidens
He's probably sick of you calling him "Iron" Maidens.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 19: Mikael Wikstrand
The 19-year-old Swedish defenceman has moved up one spot since our last prospect ranking, but there are still a lot of questions about whether or not Mikael Wikstrand will be able to transition to North American pro hockey.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 20: Derek Grant
Fresh off a strong sophomore campaign, Derek Grant steps in at number twenty in this edition of Silver Seven's Top 25 Under 25.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 22: Andre Petersson
Looking to bounce back after a rough season, Petersson has fallen in this edition of Top 25 Under 25, but still holds enticing potential.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 23: Corey Cowick
Two years ago, Corey Cowick didn't make a likely candidate for this list. But then again, five years ago, he wasn't a likely candidate for the NHL draft, either. A strong season in Binghamton has boosted his stock, with more room to grow.
Top 25 under 25, no. 24: Troy Rutkowski
Troy Rutkowski's had an up-and-down hockey career so far, but there seem to be more ups than downs of late. That bodes well for him and for the Ottawa Senators.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 1: Erik Karlsson
Erik Karlsson is the best player on the Ottawa Senators. That's all that matters.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 2: Kyle Turris
Kyle Turris is going to be a very important part of the Senators organization for years to come. The magnitude of his importance, though, remains to be seen.
Top 25 under 25, no. 3: Robin Lehner
Goalie of the future, watch him go! The best goalie prospect the Ottawa Senators have ever had.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 4: Jakob Silfverberg
Jakob Silfverberg looked like he was ready for NHL action last season, but elected to return to Sweden for another year. It looks to have been a wise decision.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 5: Jared Cowen
Gone but certainly not forgotten, Jared Cowen won't suit up for the Ottawa Senators this season and he will be sorely missed. He is already one of the best defencemen on this team, and he just turned 22.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 6: Mika Zibanejad
Mika Zibanejad has had a bit of an adventure since being drafted sixth overall at the 2011 NHL entry draft, but he is now giving fans reason for optimism.
Top 25 Under 25, no. 7: Cody Ceci
Cody Ceci was the first-round draft choice of the Ottawa Senators last summer, and he shot up the prospect depth chart and stands at the seventh spot.