The Boston Bruins are not one of the younger teams in the NHL. In fact, a good chunk of the team's core consists of veterans at the end, or slightly past the prime of their careers.
The B's do have several talented young players, though, and the most notable among them is David Pastrnak. The 24-year-old superstar became the first Bruins player since Phil Esposito in 1974-75 to lead the league in goals scored last season. Pastrnak's 48 goals were the most by a Bruin in one season since Cam Neely netted 50 in 1993-94.
We ranked the 10 Bruins players eligible for our "20 Under 25" series (you can vote here) based on their current or potential impact in Boston.