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NBC SPORTS RANKS TOP 25 PLAYERS UNDER 25

NBC Sports released a power ranking of the top 25 players under 25 on Monday.

They did not include any player who was 25 or older in this power ranking which meant that Nathan MacKinnon, Leon Draisaitl and Aleksander Barkov were all not included in this list.

From 25-21: Mikhail Sergachev was 25th, Alex DeBrincat was 24th, Rasmus Dahlin was 23rd, Zach Werenski was 22nd and William Nylander was 21st.

From 20-16: Pierre-Luc Dubois was 20th, Carter Hart was 19th, Patrik Laine was 18th, Kyle Connor was 17th and Matthew Tkachuk was 16th.

From 15-11: Quinn Hughes was 15th, Cale Makar was 14th, Andrei Svechnikov was 13th, Mitch Marner was 12th and Charlie McAvoy was 11th.

The top ten goes as follows:

In 10th place is Mathew Barzal. Barzal was drafted 16th overall in 2015 by the New York Islanders. He won the Calder Memorial Trophy in the 2017-18 season as the rookie of the year.

In 9th place is Sebastian Aho. Aho was a core piece of a Carolina Hurricanes team who swept out the New York Rangers in 3 games in the play-in series. He scored 38 goals and had 28 assists for 66 points in 68 games.

In 8th place is Mikko Rantanen. Ratanen was 5th in points on a stacked Avalanche team. He had 19 goals and 22 assists for 41 points.

In 7th place is Jack Eichel. Eichel has been the only shining star on the Buffalo Sabres for many years. He scored 36 goals and 42 assists for 78 points in 68 games.

In 6th place is Miro Heiskanen. Heiskanen was drafted 3rd overall in 2017 and scored 8 goals and 27 assists for 35 points in 68 games for the Dallas Stars.

In 5th place is Elias Pettersson. Pettersson was 2nd in points for the Vancouver Canucks with 27 goals and 39 assists for 66 points in 68 games. He was drafted 5th overall in 2017.

In 4th place is David Pastrnak. Pastrnak had the most points for the Boston Bruins in the 2019-20 season. He scored 48 goals and had 47 assists for 95 points in 70 games.



In 3rd place is Brayden Point. Point scored multiple clutch goals in the playoffs for the Stanley Cup winning Tampa Bay Lightning, including the game winning goal in the historic 8-period game in the 1st round of the playoffs. He had 64 points in 66 games.

In 2nd place is Auston Matthews. Matthews was the first overall pick in the 2016 entry draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs. He led the Maple Leafs in points with 47 goals and 33 assists for 80 points in 70 games.

And in 1st place is Connor McDavid. McDavid is said to be the best hockey player in the world. He was drafted 1st overall in 2015. He had 34 goals and 63 assists for 97 points in 64 games.

Source: nbcsports
CODY STAN
NOVEMBER 26, 2020  (9H56)