As we get set to introduce 2019’s list of young talent in the Sens organization, let’s see how we did in 2014.
You've read the posts and have seen how we voted, now it's your turn!
You've read the 2014 Top 25 Under 25 series, now see how the S7 Staff voted and read our explainations.
Erik Karlsson tops the list again for one last time.
Oh the wonderful things Zibanejad can do. He can score 16 goals, and make our list at #2
This season will be big for Robin Lehner, and I'm sure that he's up to the challenge.
The rookie D makes a jump from 9th to 4th on our list thanks to a strong debut season.
After a strong season, Mark Stone climbs to the number 5 spot in the Top 25 Under 25 series
An in-depth look at why Patrick Wiercioch is our 6th ranked player under twenty-five.
The marquee prospect jumps three places in this year's list, ranking seventh in 2014
Newly acquired Senator, Alex Chiasson, makes his debut at #8 in our Ottawa Senators Top 25 Under 25.
Finally cracking the top 10 in the Silver Seven's Top 25 Under 25 is the speedy left-winger, Mike Hoffman.
Jean-Gabriel Pageau's lack of NHL play last year drops him three spots to no. 10 in this year's installment of the Top 25 Under 25.
Jared Cowen has fallen a long way in our rankings, but he's still in the top half--we'll find out this season just where he belongs.
Moving up one spot from last year is Matt Puempel, a prospect who was a pleasant surprise for Binghamton last year.
Climbing six spots from last year's ranking at number thirteen on the Silver Seven's Top 25 Under 25 is Swedish defenseman, Freddy Claesson.
Shane Prince remains steady on this year's Top 25 Under 25, showing up at number 14 on this year's list for the third time in four rankings.
Derek Grant climbs up to 15th spot in this year's Silver Seven Sens Top 25 Under 25 series
Former Ohio State Buckeyes forward Ryan Dzingel takes the 16th spot in the Silver Seven Top 25 Under 25 series
Alex Guptill is the first prospect acquired in the Jason Spezza trade to crack the Top 25 Under 25.
Swedish defenceman Mikael Wikstrand continues his slow climb to number 18 in the Silver Seven Top 25 Under 25.
Local forward Vincent Dunn makes his first appearance in the Silver Seven Top 25 Under 25 series
The Senators first pick in the 2014 NHL draft enters our last at #20.
Buddy Robinson has very quickly made a name for himself in the Ottawa Senators organization.
After an OHL Championship and a trip to the Memorial Cup with the Guelph Storm, 6'6 defenseman Ben Harpur makes his first appearance on our Top 25 Under 25 list.
After making a name for himself at Miami University, Chris Wideman is slowly building his reputation in Binghamton.
After his first full season with the Binghamton Senators, Cole Schneider makes his first appearance in the S7S Top 25 Under 25 series.
The Ottawa Senators' future Goalie of the Future hasn't received much attention yet, but he's got a good deal of potential.