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The Top 25 Pittsburgh Penguins Prospects Under25

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #1 - Ty Smith

He was one of the best rookie defensemen in the NHL in 2021, then slumped in 2022. Now, Smith is ready to bounce back with the Penguins.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #2 - P.O Joseph

Will this year be "the year" for P.O Joseph?

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #3 - Owen Pickering

A rare first round pick by the Penguins, Owen Pickering enters our rankings as one of the best prospects in the system.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #4 - Ryan Poehling

A new addition to the organization, Poehling will be looking to make an NHL impact and get his own career on track

Checking back on the 2017 PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25

Looking back on once-young players and how their careers went

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #5 - Drew O’Connor

O’Connor drew attention last season when he racked up five points (3-2—5) in his first four games of the Penguins’ season— and we’ll almost certainly see more of him in 2022-23.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #6 - Sam Poulin

Perhaps the Penguins’ best prospect, Sam Poulin has a real shot to make the major league roster come October.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #7 - Joel Blomqvist

Finnish netminder and 2020 draft pick Joel Blomqvist leads the way in a crowded goaltender prospect pool for the Penguins.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #8 - Valtteri Puustinen

Wilkes-Barre’s leading scorer makes an appearance high up on the list of the top young players in the Penguins’ organization

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #9 - Filip Hallander

After a long journey, the youngster finally made his North American debut with the team that drafted him

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #10 - Filip Lindberg

After a 2021-22 season cut short by injury, Lindberg is back— and this time, he has a few more competitors for his spot in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins’ net.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #11 - Lukas Svejkovsky

The 20-year-old will now be the small fish in an even bigger pond.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #12 - Raivis Ansons

Raivis Ansons climbs seven spots from last year’s rankings ahead of his professional debut this season.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #13 - Tristan Broz

Ron Hextall’s first Pittsburgh draft pick will be switching schools for next season in an attempt to get his college career on better footing

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #14 - Nathan Legare

The winger will be looking for a big step forward in year two

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #15 - Alex Nylander

A former high pick looks to make the most of a fresh start

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #16 - Taylor Gauthier

This Penguins goaltending prospect is coming out of a record-breaking season in the WHL.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #17 - Isaac Belliveau

The left-handed offensive defenseman continued to progress through his junior career.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #18 - Jordan Frasca

A highly sought after free agent coming out of the OHL, Jordan Frasca becomes one of the more intriguing prospects in the Penguins system.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #19 - Corey Andonovski

A highly sought after college UFA checks in at #19 in his first year with the Penguins

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #20 - Judd Caulfield

The big forward took a step forward at North Dakota last season and checks in this year at #20 on our Top 25 Under 25 countdown

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #21 - Kirill Tankov

Tankov brings size, skill but also requires patience for the Penguins.

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #22 - Ty Glover

Can the Penguins develop this undrafted NCAA signing into a strong net-front presence?

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #23 - Jonathan Gruden

Brought into the organization via the Matt Murray trade, Gruden improved in just about every statistical category.

Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: #24 - Colin Swoyer

Can the Penguins hit it big with another college free agent?

Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: #25 - Nolan Collins

The summer countdown of the top young players in the Pens’ organization begins with a recently drafted defenseman

Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: Graduates and Departed players in 2022

Saying goodbye to the names from last year’s list

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #1 - John Marino

The defender is the best young player in the Penguins’ system

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #2 - Pierre-Oliver Joseph

A fresh face in 2020-21, an NHL future looks bright and soon for P.O. Joseph

PensBurgh Top 25 Under 25: #3 - Samuel Poulin

The 2019 first-rounder is ready for professional hockey.

Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: #4 Filip Hallander

The 21 year old has been drafted by the Pens, traded by them and has now been re-acquired as his pro career is about to begin

Pensburgh Top 25 Under 25: #5 Valtteri Puustinen

We kick off the top five with a skilled winger who is coming to America this fall

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