2022 Top 25 Under 25
At just 21, he’s steered from almost retiring to becoming a Stanley Cup champion.
For the final time in this series, G leaves his mark on the podium this year.
Can Alex Newhook build upon playoff success and thrive in an elevated role for the Avalanche?
Will he make his NHL debut this season?
The highest goalie on this list has the most potential.
The Avs can never have enough puck moving defensemen.
Will the Avalanche find room for this unique talent?
This third-round draft pick is healthy and eyeing a season with the big club.
Will Martin Kaut finally find a consistent spot in the Avalanche lineup?
This second year pro has some promise.
This year might just be the last chance for the young forward to play in the NHL.
Colorado’s fourth-round draft pick in 2020 continues to impress at Boston College.
Development camp standout Danila Zhuravlyov looks to make the NHL roster after inking a two-year deal with the Avalanche.
The journey for Buyalsky leads through Vermont.
The Matt Duchene trade lives on with Matthew Stienburg who was drafted with the final pick included in the deal.
Nikolai Kovalenko eventually could score a deal with Avalanche or stay in the KHL.
A goaltender ready to prove his place in the organization.
Middleton will provide defensive depth, but should play for the Eagles throughout his one-year deal.
Is he just AHL depth or could Aamodt develop into something more?
The first of two brothers on this list.
The former Notre Dame captain has impressed Avs coach Jared Bednar.
The organization’s newest and youngest goalie prospect hopes to move up the list.