SCH Top 25 Under 25
Biannual rankings on the top 25 players that are under the age of 25 in the Blackhawks organization.
Another way to consider how things look within the Blackhawks prospect pipeline.
The Second City Hockey staff reveals the full ballot and shares their thoughts
DeBrincat regained form in 2021 and was arguably the Blackhawks’ best forward.
Dach still has a bright future despite an injury shortened 2021 season.
A shaky 2021 season has Strome’s long-term standing within the organization in question.
Kurashev rises five spots into the top 5 after his rookie season in the NHL.
An impressive season overseas has raised expectations for the Blackhawks’ 2020 first-round pick.
Hagel climbs up the list in his typical, speedy fashion.
Following a limited rookie season, Mitchell falls two spots.
After a short rookie campaign, the second-year defenseman looks to make an impact on the Hawks blue line.
Beaudin, on the bubble between the NHL and AHL during the 2021 season, drops two spots.
After a fantastic freshman season in the NCAA, Commesso moves into the top 10.
Can the Finnish center finally translate the tantalizing skill flashed in the NCAA to the NHL?
An in-season acquisition makes his initial appearance on this list.
The big, defense-first Vlasic made large strides this season to jump up the 25 Under 25 list.
The Swedish netminder signed with the Blackhawks after an excellent SHL season
Entwistle showed the ability to improve with the IceHogs in 2021.
After an impressive freshman season, Kaiser is arguably the second best defensive prospect in the the Blackhawks’ system to not play a pro game yet.
Regula made his NHL debut in 2021, appearing in the final three games of the season.
After nearly cracking the top 10 last year, Barratt dropped eight spots from his 2020 ranking.
Slaggert had a great freshman season with the Fighting Irish and makes his debut on list
Phillips impressed in a stint with the IceHogs this season after the OHL season was wiped out by the pandemic.
The 2021 first-round pick makes his makes his first appearance on the list.
Kayumov remains on the list, albeit far from his 13th place finish in 2020.
Born two days after the cutoff date for this year’s list, Gaudette makes what will be his only T25U25 appearance.
The recent college signing makes his first appearance on this list.
Just missing the list, Caleb Jones was on three lists and Michal Teply was on two.
Five players from last year’s rankings have departed the organization.
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The Second City Hockey staff shares their thoughts on the final group and reveals the full ballot