Flyers Top 25 Under 25

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25 Under 25: Wrap-Up

A few quick closing numbers from our Flyers Top 25 Under 25 series.

25 Under 25: Wrap-Up

A few quick closing numbers from our Flyers Top 25 Under 25 series.

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25 Under 25, No. 1: Jakub Voracek

After almost three seasons in Philadelphia, the 24-year-old Czech has finally started to emerge as one of the NHL's elite right wingers, and fans should be pretty damn proud of his overall development.

25 Under 25, No. 1: Jakub Voracek

After almost three seasons in Philadelphia, the 24-year-old Czech has finally started to emerge as one of the NHL's elite right wingers, and fans should be pretty damn proud of his overall development.

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25 Under 25, No. 2: Sean Couturier

After falling to the Flyers' as the eighth pick in the 2011 Draft, Sean Couturier quickly established himself as a defensive force in the NHL. While his offensive numbers are tame, that has more to do with the role he's being asked to play.

25 Under 25, No. 2: Sean Couturier

After falling to the Flyers' as the eighth pick in the 2011 Draft, Sean Couturier quickly established himself as a defensive force in the NHL. While his offensive numbers are tame, that has more to do with the role he's being asked to play.

25 Under 25, No. 3: Brayden Schenn

Now in his third season as a Philadelphia Flyer, Brayden Schenn has both shown flashes of brilliance and frustrating bouts of inconsistency. Can he still establish himself as the top liner that he was once projected to be?

25 Under 25, No. 4: Scott Laughton

It looks like the Flyers have once again done a fine job in picking a center late in the first round of the draft, as Scott Laughton is almost unquestionably the team's best prospect. So how does he fit in the organization's plans moving forward?

25 Under 25, No. 5: Shayne Gostisbehere

When you potentially have the best player in college hockey you've got yourself a legitimate prospect. Shayne Gostisbehere is the young blueliner who's turning heads in the NCAA.

25 Under 25, No. 6: Samuel Morin

We're coming down to the wire. Our last player outside of the top five is Samuel Morin, 2013 first round pick and Professional Tall Person.

25 Under 25, No. 7: Luke Schenn

Almost two years after a seemingly ill-fated trade that brought Luke Schenn to Philadelphia, it's been a very up-and-down ride for the still-young defenseman. Has he taken a step back this year? And how much room does he still have to improve?

25 Under 25, No. 8: Anthony Stolarz

The first 2012 draft pick to crack the top 10, Anthony Stolarz is undoubtedly the Flyers' best goaltending prospect. He's currently in the process of rebounding from a scary skate cut injury suffered last month.

25 Under 25, No. 9: Robert Hagg

The Flyers were fortunate to have the touted defenseman fall to their pick in the second round in the 2013 Draft. While he seems to have some consistency issues, he has all of the tools to excel.

25 Under 25, No. 10: Tye McGinn

With a successful AHL record and moderate success as a call-up, Tye McGinn is one of the more promising players in the Flyers' farm system.

Top 25 Under 25, No. 11: Nick Cousins

With a controversial start to his career, Nick Cousins looks to move on and make his play the topic of discussion.

25 Under 25, No. 12: Jason Akeson

A scoring forward who has thrived at the AHL level, carrying his team on his back...will Akeson ever get a roster spot with the Flyers?

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25 Under 25, No. 13: Taylor Leier

The skilled two-way winger is in the midst of an excellent year, playing very well for Portland in the WHL while getting a chance to play for Canada in the World Juniors.

25 Under 25, No. 14: Zac Rinaldo

A Flyers regular makes an early appearance on the Top 25 Under 25 list.

25 Under 25, No. 15: Mark Alt

One of a few new defensive prospects for the Flyers, Mark Alt hopes to shine in a system known for its lack of depth on the backend.

25 Under 25, No. 16: Petr Straka

One of Philadelphia's few high-upside forward prospects, former Columbus second round draft pick Petr Straka was snatched up by the Flyers last year via free agency after a breakout overage season in the QMJHL.

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