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Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25

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Top 25 under 25, no. 16: Shane Prince

Despite a positive rookie season with Binghamton, Prince fell a few spots in our rankings since the winter.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 8: Patrick Wiercioch

It has been a roller coaster ride for Patrick Wiercioch but he's finally made it to the show and looks good. He checks in at number eight on our countdown.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 9: Mark Stone

While his adjustment to the pro game in Binghamton has been slower than some fans expected, Mark Stone remains a promising prospect for the Senators.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 12: Stephane Da Costa

When Stephane Da Costa was signed as a free agent by Ottawa a few summers ago, he seemed like a potential solution to Ottawa's then-longstanding need for a second-line centreman. Since then, the Sens have gone out and acquired a bunch of other young

Top 25 Under 25, no. 13: Matt Puempel

Matt Puempel is a goal scorer, pure and simple. Despite the fact that his development has been set back by injuries, he's still among the top snipers in the Ottawa Senators system.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 14: Shane Prince

Another in a line of undersized skilled forwards, and another in a line of players plucked from the Senators backyard, Shane Prince looks to have a bright future with the Senators.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 17: Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Jean-Gabriel Pageau was taken in the fourth round by the Senators back in the 2011 draft and has already made the jump to the AHL. The bigger question is what's to come.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 18: Mark Borowiecki

Coming in at number eighteen on our Top 25 Under 25 is a current roster player: defenceman Mark Borowiecki.

Top 25 Under 25, no. 20: Mikael Wikstrand

One of the more surprising names to crack this list comes in at the twentieth spot: Swedish defenceman Mikael Wikstrand. The Mora defender is playing in Sweden's second-tier Allsvenskan, but looks to challenge for a roster spot in years to come.

Top 25 under 25, no. 1: Erik Karlsson

Erik Karlsson is the Ottawa Senators' best player, so it should come as no surprise that he tops the list of top players under 25 years of age.

Top 25 under 25, no. 3: Jakob Silfverberg

A look at Jakub Silfverberg, one of the Senators' top prospects.

Top 25 under 25, no. 2: Kyle Turris

Look at Kyle Turris' past, and hopefully a projection to his future.

Top 25 under 25, no. 4: Jared Cowen

Jared Cowen already has a very decorated junior career, here's hoping he continues to grow for the Senators.

Top 25 under 25, no. 5: Mika Zibanejad

A look at the Ottawa Senators' 2011 first-round draft choice, Mika Zibanejad.