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Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #12: All eyes are on Carter Verhaeghe

,,,No pressure, though.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25 #13: Nolan’s Foote-work still needs refining

You really didn’t think the Foote puns would stop, did you?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #14: Please stay healthy Mitchell Stephens

Mitchell Stephens enters the 2019-20 season with a shot at seeing the NHL

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #15: Gabriel Fortier is a relentless force at center

You don’t have all the facts. What are the facts? I love him.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #16: Dominik Masin a solid presence in Syracuse

He’s not flashy, but he gets the job done.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #17: Sammy Walker has speed and skill, but strength must follow

The potential is undeniable, but can he get there?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #18: Radim Salda aims to play in a professional hockey league

Salda is deciding between the AHL and Czech Extraliga.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #19: Dennis Yan is still searching for a way forward

The left wing seems a little stuck in more ways than one.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25, #20: Maxim Cajkovic could be a steal of a pick

A third round steal? Haven’t we heard that before?

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #21: Danick Martel, a player looking to break through

Martel will be looking to solidify himself as an NHL player this coming season.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 under 25 #22: Cole Guttman is my favorite super hero

Come on...Guttman? It just writes its own jokes!

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #23: Ryan Lohin will fight for a spot in Syracuse

It’s a crowded group of forwards in Syracuse, but Lohin has the skills to find a role with the Crunch

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #24: Cole Koepke won it all last season

Unlike some other players in this organization.

Tampa Bay Lightning 2019 Top 25 Under 25, #25: Ross Colton looks to build on a solid first professional season

Colton was a reliable contributor in his first season in Syracuse.

2019 Raw Charge top 25 under 25 in the Tampa Bay Lightning organization kick-off

Everyone’s favorite summer hockey blog tradition is here.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #1 Andrei Vasilevskiy, the Big Cat

In his first season as the starter for the Lightning, Vasilevskiy showcased the talent everyone expected when he was drafted back in 2012.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, Honorable Mentions

For the players that didn’t make the top 25, we still want to shine a little light on them.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #2 Brayden Point: The latest in a great line of smaller players

He’s not the biggest player, but Point has turned into a fantastic producer.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #3 Mikhail Sergachev

As a rookie, Sergachev showed he could handle life as an NHL defenseman. The next step is to see him excel in the NHL.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #4 Cal Foote: The next big thing

Out top ranked player that has yet to play in the NHL, Foote isn’t far from making the big show.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25: #5 Oshawa Generals legend Anthony Cirelli

Anthony Cirelli is the perfect player to add depth to Tampa’s forward group this season.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25: #6 Taylor Raddysh

Taylor Raddysh is ready to start his professional hockey career and should be a big part of the Syracuse Crunch next season.

Top 25 Under 25: #7: Mathieu Joseph

The forward rockets up our chart on the heels of a great rookie season.

Top 25 Under 25: #8 Adam Erne

Can the power forward break through to the Lightning after another season cut short by injury?

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #9 Boris Katchouk

Hard-working and motivated, Katchouk’s banner year rockets him up from 18th.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #10 Alexander Volkov

Little was known about him when he was drafted and now we’re starting to see what he can be.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #11 Erik Cernak

Cernak crashes onto our countdown at #11, up 14 spots from last summer.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #12 Connor Ingram

The goalie performed more than admirably during his rookie season in Syracuse, something our voters recognized.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #13 Mitchell Stephens; Ryan Callahan Lite

Described as being similar to Callahan when he was drafted, he’s not flashy, but he gets the job done.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #14 Slater Koekkoek, the enigma of the Lightning defense

What is Slater Koekkoek?

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #15 Dominik Masin: Poised for Something Special?

All the right moves in all the right places.

Tampa Bay Lightning Top 25 Under 25, #16 Jake Dotchin: Falling out of favor

He fell out of favor with Rick Bowness, but could he be back under Todd Richards?