This article is part of our Prospects Analysis series.
This is the first of a four-part series that will cover our top-100 prospects for the 2015-16 season. Each piece will cover 25 prospects and then we will have a second four-part feature that will cover the top-10 prospects of each individual team by division. Now, onto the rankings.
(Note: Only players with less than 25 games played are included.)
76. Travis Konecny (F, Philadelphia Flyers): Konecny was seen by many as a mid-first-round talent in this year's entry draft, but he fell all the way to pick No. 24 where the Flyers traded up to get him. He is undersized (5-foot-10, 175) and has dealt with numerous injury problems, including concussions, but he has real offensive ability and should be a productive NHL player if he can stay healthy. Konecny didn't put up monster numbers during his first two seasons with Ottawa (OHL), he had just 138 points in 123 games (not insane for the junior level), but he's an extremely smart player and can impact a game in numerous ways. He might not ever be a huge scorer in the NHL, but he's a solid prospect. The Flyers will almost certainly send him back to the OHL for at least one more season.
77. Evgeni Svechnikov (F, Detroit Red Wings): Svechnikov played just 55 games for Cape Breton (QMJHL) last season, but he had 32 goals in his limited action and the Red Wings made him the 19th overall pick in June. He has the frame (6-2, 200)