Sidney Crosby and the Top 10 Players Under 25

July 21st, 2011 by Scott Semmler Leave a reply »
It is hard to say that players under 25 years old in the NHL are the next big thing in hockey.  We have already seen Sidney Crosby become a superstar and Alex Ovechkin was the best player in hockey even before he turned 23.

The current stage of hockey is as young as any sport in the world.  And not just young, but also extremely talented.

There is no other sport with this much youth dominating the game.

Even in baseball, we will not see Bryce Harper play for the Washington Nationals for another couple of years at age 20.

At 20 years old, Matt Duchene is already making a name for himself with the Colorado Avalanche.

Hockey's future is bright with these crop of players under 25 already taking the talent-level in the NHL up several notches.

Here are the top players under the age of 25 in the NHL.

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