St. Louis Blues Top Five Age 25-and-Under Players

St. Louis Blues center Jordan Kyrou (33) Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports
St. Louis Blues center Jordan Kyrou (33) Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports /
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The St. Louis Blues are not quite as deep in prospects as in the past. They still have some good, young talent, however.

The St. Louis Blues are in an interesting period of their roster depth. While they are not riding into the sunset, filled with aging players past their prime, they do not have a ton of high-end prospects waiting to break through either.

That might seem like a potential detriment to the team’s future, but there is not a large need to worry. The Blues are still young enough on their main roster, with a few good prospects waiting, to keep their window of opportunity open awhile longer.

The interesting thing for the Blues is basically when and where. When will some of these younger players be given pivotal roles for the team’s success? Where will they be in their development, and could they potentially be somewhere else?

Clearly, we hope that last idea does not come around. Free agency is always popular among fans, but teams are built through the draft and supplemented by trades more than big splashes in the offseason.

That’s what makes the Blues interesting. They have plenty of players on their main roster in their prime.

Nevertheless, there are young players starting to break through or on the cusp. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the some of the best.

Here are our top five Blues that are 25 or under right now.