NHL teams are done with their offseason business, adding help in areas of need and trading off excess from areas of depth. In many cases, teams have made room for rookies, giving them a chance to win a job, while also protecting themselves in case their phenom isn't ready.
Many teams work their young players in slowly, so a complete season in the NHL is unlikely for them. Other teams project their best young talent into feature roles and rely heavily on them from opening night.
Here are the top rookies, by team, for the 2014-15 season.