You voted, and the reader-determined Top 25 Under 25 results are in!
Your chance to decide who the Sens' top prospects are.
We reveal how our staff voted in the Top 25 Under 25, and then answer some questions explaining how we voted.
Forgotten where all your favourites ended up? Here's your handy reference list.
Last year, Mark Stone placed fifth on our list. Now he's alone at the top.
For the second straight year, Mika Zibanejad is #2 in our rankings.
Despite being a healthy scratch for large portions of Paul MacLean's reign of terror, Patrick Wiercioch moves up to #3.
Ceci holds steady at number four on this year's list.
The most adorable Senator ever moves up two spots on this year's list
J.G. Pageau climbs four spots from last season on our list.
After getting a cup of coffee in the NHL last year, Shane Prince will look to prove that he belongs this season. As he's turning 23, he's running out of time.
A point-per-game season and an appearance at the World Juniors have Paul all the way up at number eight on our list.
Matt Puempel jumps three spots from last year's rankings into the No. 12 position.
Our top 10 starts off with a defenseman who's been making a lot of news lately, and for good reason.
Tobias Lindberg makes his Top 25 Under 25 debut at #11.
Thomas Chabot, a smooth skating, offensive defenseman, was chosen by the Ottawa Senators 18th overall in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
After the Sens won the Matt O'Connor sweepstakes, they sent their goaltending future in an entirely new, and promising, direction.
After playing 3 straight seasons in the AHL, Fredrik Claesson is ready to take the next step. Ranked at #14, he could still be a valuable part of the Senators defense quite quickly.
Last season, Alex Chiasson appeared at No. 8 on the Top 25 Under 25.
Top 25 Under 25, #16: Colin White
It could be the last, last chance for Jared Cowen
Englund is up two spots from last year's rankings to number 18 this year.
Dzingel falls three spots in this year's rankings despite only having played one season of professional hockey.
Marcus Hogberg is on the rise, up five spots from last year to number 20 on this year's list.
The BSens veteran climbs a couple spots after a 29-goal season in the AHL.
Max McCormick finally makes the cut in our Top 25 Under 25 series.
Checking in at 23 is a player who finished close to this number in QMJHL league scoring this past year, Francis Perron.
Despite falling two spots from last season, Ben Harpur managed to crack the top 25 once again.
Buddy Robinson just barely made the cut for this year's Top 25 Under 25.
Wishing all the Sens fans and all hockey fans across the world a very Merry Christmas and a Happy coming New Year!
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Roster: We've signed forward Jack Rodewald to an AHL contract! He has 12 points (8g, 4a) in 21 games. pic.twitter.com/g6OV5dTAyN— Binghamton Senators (@SenatorsAHL) December 28, 2016
Roster: We've signed forward Jack Rodewald to an AHL contract! He has 12 points (8g, 4a) in 21 games. pic.twitter.com/g6OV5dTAyN