According to ESPN's Corey Pronman, the Tampa Bay Lightning have the second-best prospect pool in the NHL. With two players that sit on top of their positional rankings, the Bolts prospects will have a lot to prove in 2014-15.
Forward Jonathan Drouin and goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy are both No. 1-rated prospects at their positions. While Vasilevskiy probably won't make his NHL debut this season, Drouin is all but a lock for the Lightning's opening night roster.
Drouin won't be the only prospect that has a lot to prove this season. Here are the Bolts prospects with the most to prove in 2014-15.