The 2015 entry draft is going to have an enormous impact on the NHL by the end of this decade. The draft already boasts some of the game's impressive young names, and it was six months ago. To a lesser extent, the 2014 draft looks like it will be delivering future stars and All-Stars, with some of them already closing in on NHL All-Star honors.
Which newcomers will we see at the All-Star Game in the next three seasons? Look to those two drafts for the answer—the NHL's balance of power is about to change.
Here are the 10 NHL prospects most likely to appear in an All-Star Game in the next three seasons.
Note: Prospects are defined as players with 50 or fewer NHL games at the 2016 All-Star break, while also being eligible for the Calder Trophy. Amateur and draft-eligible players also qualify for this list. Additionally, Dylan Larkin was eligible for the list, but since he is attending this year's All-Star Game, he has already qualified.