A weekly look at Devils prospects playing in Canadian junior leagues
Reece Scarlett has logged a lot of minutes at Swift Current and has become a productive defender in his time with the WHL team. His offensive skills helped drive our writers to name him #11 on our Top 25 Devils Under 25 list.
Reid Boucher is one of the few offensive prospects currently in the New Jersey Devils' system. He has plenty of work to do, but his shot is among the best among all current prospects. As such, he was ranked #12 on our Top 25 Devils Under 25 List.
The New Jersey Devils only drafted one defenseman in 2012: Damon Severson out of Kelowna. He could turn out to be a solid defender based on how much he's done so far. As a result, our writers ranked him #13 on our Top 25 Devils Under 25 List
Blake Coleman get’s a major penalty and Jon Merrill has become a leader off the ice despite his injury in this week of college hockey.
Brandon Burlon just completed his first season as a professional with Albany in 2011-12. While it didn't go as smoothly as one hoped, he still could turn out to be a solid defender. That led to his #14 spot on our Top 25 Devils Under 25 List.
The oldest of the three New Jersey Devils goaltending prospects came in at #15 on our Top 25 Devils Under 25. Learn why the Albany keeper ended up in the middle of our list after his first professional season.
Blake Pietila doesn't have a huge upside, but he's got the skills to be a bottom-six forward at the next level. Read on why this Michigan Tech Huskie ranked as high as #16 on our Top 25 Devils Under 25 list.