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Sabres Top 25 Under 25

An annual list of the top 25 players in the Buffalo Sabres organization under the age of 25 years old.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #17: Oskari Laaksonen

Laaksonen’s first taste of North American play leaves him wanting more

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #18 Matej Pekar

After a tough season in Rochester, Pekar drops a few places on the annual T25U25 list.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #19 Devon Levi

Netminder acquired via trade for Sam Reinhart

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #20 Erik Portillo

The Swede steps into the starting goalie role for Michigan this season

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #21 Albert Lyckåsen

Lyckåsen makes his T25U25 debut

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #22 Aleksandr Kisakov

The 2021 draft pick makes his DBTB T25U25 debut.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #23 Linus Weissbach

After four years at Wisconsin, Weissbach ready to make the jump

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #24 Aaron Huglen

The 20-year-old has made an incredible comeback after a 20-month layoff

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25: #25 Casey Fitzgerald

The 24-year-old blueliner leads off this year’s herd of prospects.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #1: Jack Eichel

No surprise, Jack Eichel remains at the top of the hill

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #2: Rasmus Dahlin

After a slow start, the young defenseman put together an impressive season

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #3: Sam Reinhart

The winger has proven to be Robin to Jack Eichel’s Batman

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #4: Victor Olofsson

The Swedish goal scoring machine continued to score goals in 2019-20.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #5: Henri Jokiharju

The 21-year-old impressed in his first full season of NHL action

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #6: Dylan Cozens

Cozens could make a push for NHL spot next season

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #7: Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen

Luukkonen had a good rookie season, but still showed he’s not close to NHL ready

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #8: Casey Mittelstadt

Mittelstadt’s struggles represent an ongoing history of draft futility.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #9: Tage Thompson

An injury-riddled season leaves question marks for the future of the forward

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #10: Will Borgen

The right handed defenseman looking to force his way onto the Sabres blue line

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #11: Jacob Bryson

The 22-year-old blueliner put together a strong rookie campaign in the AHL this season

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #12; Arttu Ruotsalainen

22-year-old had an incredible season overseas

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #13: Matej Pekar

After an up and down season, Pekar remains an intriguing prospect

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #14: Rasmus Asplund

Will opportunity knock for the former second-round pick?

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #15: Mattias Samuelsson

The Broncos alternate captain pieced together a nice sophomore season

Buffalo Sabres Top-25 Under-25, #16: Eric Portillo

The towering swedish goalie enjoyed a succesful first season in North America.

Buffalo Sabres Top-25 Under-25, #17: Ryan Johnson

The 18-year-old defensive prospect recently completed his first season of collegiate hockey at Minnesota.

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #18: Oskari Laaksonen

Laaksonen prepares to come to North America

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #19: Marcus Davidsson

Davidsson comes in at #19 after another underwhelming season in Sweden

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #20: Jonas Johansson

Swedish netminder may have missed on his one shot

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #21: Linus Cronholm

The Swedish defenseman makes his series debut after a modest season

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #22: Lawrence Pilut

Former SHL defensman of the year looks to be lost for Sabres two year KHL contract is signed

Buffalo Sabres Top 25 Under 25, #23: Miska Kukkonen

The 20-year-old had a down year in Liiga, suffering a long-term injury in the process