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Top 25 Under 25

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #7 Mathieu Joseph

The time for Joseph to solidify a spot in the lineup is now

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #8 Alex Volkov

A very important season is ahead for the Russian forward.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #9 Taylor Raddysh

This is a make-or-break season for him as well.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #10 Alex Barre-Boulet

Will he make it to the NHL this season?

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #11 Boris Katchouk

The clock is ticking. It’s now or never.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #12 Ross Colton

A dark horse to make the NHL roster?

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #13 Gabriel Fortier

The pandemic means he’s back in the Q for his fifth season.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #14 Hugo Alnefelt

I’m Hugo. I’m from Sweden. I stop pucks.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #15 Maxim Groshev

A young power forward that plays the Tampa Bay way.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #16 Maxim Cajkovic

An intriguing prospect with some offensive upside.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #17 Samuel Walker

A star for the University of Minnesota has a promising future in the NHL.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #18 Dominik Masin

A solid defensive defenceman, who will likely never get a chance in the NHL

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #19 Dmitri Semykin

A physical defenseman with offensive upside.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #20 Peter Abbandonato

A potential breakout season lies in his future.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #21 Amir Miftakhov

A talented goalie establishing himself in the KHL.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #22 Cole Guttman

Everyone’s favorite bad superhero name prospect!

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #23 Gage Goncalves

A hard-working late bloomer with bottom-six upside.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #24 Eamon Powell

Quietly, Powell is already an impressive all-around defender.

2020 Raw Charge Top 25 Under 25: #25 Quinn Schmiemann

Is he the Lightning’s diamond in the rough?

Lightning Round: Six players ranked by the readers in the Top 25 Under 25 that didn’t make the cut

Sorry, folks, but the writers out-voted you on these ones.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 Recap: The full list, where we agreed, where we disagreed

Taylor Raddysh was a hot spot for the staff.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #1: Brayden Point reigns supreme

He remains unsigned, but Point is already one of the best centers in the NHL.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #2: Mikhail Sergachev is already a top four defensemen

The young defender looks to bounce back from a lackluster offensive season.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #3: Anthony Cirelli is already an elite 3C

This former Erie Otters star center is frankly #elite

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #4: Cal Foote is really good

How’s that for an exciting headline?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #5: Erik Cernak is the gift that keeps on giving

They don’t call him Drago for nothing.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #6: Taylor Raddysh could see NHL duty this season

Just so it’s clear, I said "could," not "will" or "should."

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #7: Mathieu Joseph, another mid-round success

He surprised everyone last season by making the team, can he build off a solid rookie season and surprise again?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #8: Alex Volkov eyes an NHL spot

Can the forward make the jump to the big leagues this season?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #9: If Boris Katchouk finds his offense, look out AHL

The leftwinger was solid defensively in his first year in Syracuse, now he can focus on his offense.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #10: Alex Barré-Boulet proves he’s the real deal

The rookie tore up the AHL and is looking to build on his success.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 top 25 under 25 #11: The 4th round pick the Bolts got for Adam Erne

This spot would have been Adam Erne so we had to get creative.