Bruins Top 25 Under 25
We’ve come to the top of the list. Did you expect someone else?
After making a huge impression in his first year, Carlo’s development will largely be in learning from his debut.
Frankie V has never seen a shot he couldn’t take, and the Bruins are thankful for that.
Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson at #5 asks not what his team can do for him, but what he can do for his team
You have no idea how long I’ve waited to write that headline.
Notre Dame may be gone from Hockey East, but their best player left a big impression.
Heinen led the P-Bruins in postseason scoring. Can that translate into long-term NHL success?
Scores a lot, assists more, and is now gunning for a spot at left wing in Boston!
He played half a season, can he make the full-time jump?
A goal leader in Providence is looking to make the big jump this year. Can he pull it off?
Can he finally win the backup job?
Wisconsin was super lucky to have him, and he’ll likely only get better from here on
The Bruins prospect may not have the flashiness of his team-mate and Sens prospect Thomas Chabot, but he’s just as good.
The Former BU Captain was an invaluable wealth-spreader in Providence. Could he find himself called upon to be a Boston Bruin soon?
A gritty little pest whose modeled his game on Brad Marchand. What’s not to love?
He’s only 18, but the Finn is already playing in one of the best leagues in the world and preparing for an NHL career
After 4 years at Boston College, Ryan Fitzgerald will don the Gold and Black in Providence.
Injury derailed this defenseman’s first university season, but he has time to develop
Plenty of fans would rather the team give up on him, but that’d be dumb.
The Swede plays hard, but can he crack the lineup regularly?