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Jon Litterine is RotoWire's lead NHL Prospect Analyst. When he isn't watching his Rangers or Mets struggle, his other passion is MMA.

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Prospects Analysis: NHL Top 100 Prospects

The Lightning may have just been eliminated from the playoffs, but there's reason to believe that their future remains bright. Jon Litterine shares his season-ending top prospect list.

Top 100 NHL Prospects: Trade Deadline Edition

Jonathan Drouin still tops Jon Litterine's NHL prospects list, but there were significant changes below him, some of which were the product of the trade deadline deals.

NHL Prospect Rankings: Midseason Rankings

Aleksander Barkov is among those prospects that have graduated to the NHL ranks. See who has joined the top 100 to replace him and all the other rookies that have stayed in the NHL.

Prospect Analysis: Top 100 NHL Prospects (November Edition)

The Preds' Seth Jones checks in at No. 3 in Jon Littlerine's updated top prospects list.

Prospects Analysis: Top 100 NHL Prospects

Evgeny Kuznetsov tops the list - when does he make the move from Russia to the NHL?

2013-14 Prospect Preview: Organizational Top Three Prospects

Jon Litterine breaks down the top three prospects of every NHL organization, including this year's top draft pick, Nathan MacKinnon.

NHL Draft: 2013 Entry Draft Review

Nathan MacKinnon went with the first overall pick in the draft to the Avs. See what RotoWire's Jon Litterine thinks of that pick and all of the first-round picks from Sunday.

NHL Draft: 2013 Entry Draft Preview

Jon Litterine's top draft prospect draws comparisons to Nashville's Shea Weber. See who that is, and Jon's list of top 30 prospects.

NHL Draft Review: Breaking Down the First Round

Jon Litterine shares his reaction to each pick made in the first round in this year's NHL Draft.

NHL Draft Preview: Top 30 Prospects

Former top prospect Steven Stamkos has been quite the find for the Lightning. Who is number one on this year's list?