This article is part of our Prospects Analysis series.
This is the first of a four-part series covering our the top-10 prospects for each team by division leading into the 2015-16 season. Now, onto the rankings.
(Notes: Overall ranking in parenthesis. Only players with less than 25 games played are included.
1. Malcolm Subban - G (55)
2. Alexander Khokhlachev - F (96)
3. Zachary Senyshyn - F (100)
4. Matt Grzelcyk - D
5. Jakub Zboril - D
6. Jake DeBrusk - F
7. Brandon Carlo - D
8. Austin Czarnik - F
9. Zane McIntyre - G
10. Ryan Donato - F
Grzelcyk had a huge scoring year for Boston University and he will return for his senior season and captain the Terriers. Zbroil was the 13th overall pick this past June and plays a solid two-way game. DeBrusk, another first rounder this past June, scored 42 goals in the WHL last season but projects as more of a complementary player with elite hockey sense at the NHL level. Carlo is a big, strong stay-at-home defenseman who is still learning the offensive side of the game. Czarnik, who is very undersized, was a huge scorer during four years at Miami (Ohio) and he will spend next year in the AHL. McIntyre won the award for the NCAA's top goaltender this past season at North Dakota and signed with the Bruins this summer. He will begin the year in Providence (AHL). Donato, son of former Bruin Ted Donato, spent the vast majority of this past season