Top 25 Under 25
Russian starlet enters into the top-10 of our ranking.
The determined forward stepped-up offensively last season, can he again?
O’Rourke plays a rough-and-tumble style and is good at a lot of things. Will that be enough to earn him a spot on the Wild roster by the age of 22?
Another Wild prospect from Russia has been producing well at the UConn for some time now.
The 2021 second-round selection has modern top-four defenseman written all over him.
With a fresh new contract, the undersized forward looks to breakout
One of the Wild’s most interesting prospects is back again on our list.
The 2019 sixth-round pick cracks our list after having a breakout season at Boston College.
The former 2019 second-round pick is once again the first goalie in our rankings.
After a year off due to injury, Lodnia needs to develop in the AHL.
The Wild finally have some strong centerman prospects in the pipeline, but they’ll still need tough supplemental scoring and strong leadership. Damien Giroux could fill that role.
A defenseman that has been lauded for his projectability, Masters is joining the low ranks of our Top 25 Under 25.
After being selected in the third round last month, Bankier joins the Wild youngsters and on our Top 25 Under 25 ranking.
The journeyman Swedish blueliner has impressed over the last year or so, making his debut on our T25U25 ranking.
Before we get to the 2021 list, let’s look at the players that have graduated from the list.
The most anticipated Wild draft pick since Marian Gaborik will finally make his Minnesota debut in 2020-21.
The 2020 ninth-overall pick debuts in the top three just two months after being selected by the Wild.
The young forward has established himself in the top-six and is going to be here for a while.
The offensively-gifted 2019 first-rounder is finally up to speed at Boston College and lighting the lamp for the Eagles.
The 24-year-old netminder made his NHL debut last season.
The up-and-down Russian prospect is currently in the minor league of the KHL, but if he can keep his temper in check, he should still impress in the pros.
After a breakout year in the WHL, the 2018 third-rounder cracks the top ten.