The 2013-14 season is just around the corner. It is as good a time as ever to take a look at the top three prospects in all 30 NHL organizations and to review what to expect for them in the coming season.
(Note: Players with 25 regular season games or more of NHL experience are not included here)
: Gibson had quite a year. He put up stellar numbers in Kitchener and he was lights out to help lead Team USA to a gold medal at the World Juniors. Because he was drafted out of the US Development Program, he's eligible to play in the AHL this coming season, but it's only a matter of time before he runs Jonas Hiller and/or Viktor Fasth out of the crease in Anaheim. He is the top goaltending prospect in the league at this point.
An injury limited Lindholm to just 44 games this past season and caused him to miss the World Junior
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