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Schwartz smokes Predators top prospect list

At the start of yet another season, Jaden Schwartz still tops the Predators prospect list.

1 - Jaden Schwartz
The small but skilled forward had a very good first season with Colorado College, posting 47 points in only 30 games. He finished first for points on his team and fifth in the WCHA, despite playing 12 to 14 games less than the players above. At only 18, he had the best PPG in the WCHA, despite being two to four years younger than most other players in the league.

2 - Justin Faulk
The competitive blue liner capped off a short NCAA career when he scored 33 points in 39 games at 18 years of age with Minnesota-Duluth. He has played in the AHL during the playoffs and will play in pro at the age of 19 next year.

3 - Slava Voynov
Having completed three seasons in the AHL at the age of 21, Voynov will soon look to graduate with the big team. He has a bomb from the blueline, along with top passing skills which could lead to success but he has to battle harder due to his smaller size.

4. Beau Bennett
After a slow start to the season, Bennett started adapting to the college play. Needs to bulk up to make most of his chances. Has put up 25 points in 37 games with the university of Denver.

5. Matt Puempel
After winning CHL rookie of the year, Puempel had an up and down season that got ended early with a hip injury. Puempel is a true sniper, going to the slot regularly to unleash his deadly shot.

6. Connor Murphy
The son of Gord Murphy has been injured for the two past year. He was still able to impress at the U18 tournament with his all around play and knack for putting up points at the right time.

7. Ty Rattie
A very skilled offensive forward, Rattie can score goals and make plays everytime he's on the ice. However, his lack of first step speed and his lack of size will need work to get him to the next level.

8. Dylan Olsen
Big puck mover that has a big shot from the point, Olsen needs to work on his first step quickness and poise with the puck.

9. Alex Stalock
Not the biggest nor the most sound technical goaltender, Stalock has a bit of a Thomas style of goaltending, focusing on keeping the puck out of the net. Had a season injury that prevented him from showing more at the pro level.

10. Cameron Gaunce
Sporting a heavy shot and some good offensive tools, Gaunce may get a look with the big team in the short term. Gaunce still needs work defensively and has to improve his skating.

11. Sami Vatanen
12. Brett Ritchie
13. Tomas Kubalik
14. Matthew Nieto
15. Mario Lucia
16. Paul Byron
17. Jason Gregoire
18. Michal Repik
19. Marek Tvrdon
20. Nick Shore
21. Kenny Ryan
22. CO Roussel
23. Steven Fogarty
24. Max Friberg
25. Julian Melchiori