Currently, there are only 10 active players who have ever scored 100 points in a season: -Joe Thornton -Sidney Crosby -Alex Ovechkin -Evgeni Malkin -Connor McDavid -Patrick Kane -Nikita Kucherov -Claude Giroux -Nicklas Backstrom -Eric Staal However, with the increased scoring this year, there are several players currently on pace to score 100 for the first time: -Johnny Gaudreau (age 25) -Leon Draisaitl (23) -Nathan MacKinnon (23) -Mikko Rantanen (22) -Blake Wheeler (32) And a few others are on track to come close (current pace of 95 points or more): -Brayden Point (23) -Brad Marchand (30) -Mitch Marner (21) -Aleksander Barkov (23) One thing I noticed is that most of this year's top scorers are quite young. And I'm wondering, excluding the players listed above, which other players under 25 do you think have the potential to score 100 in a future season. Who is most likely to actually do it? My top guesses: 1. David Pastrnak 2. Auston Matthews 3. Sebastian Aho 4. Elias Pettersson 5. Jack Eichel 6. Patrik Laine 7. Mathew Barzal Some other potential names (including some longshots) to toss out there for discussion: Matthew Tkachuk, Sean Monahan, Elias Lindholm, Filip Forsberg, Pierre-Luc Dubois, Kyle Connor, Nikolaj Ehlers, Brock Boeser, Clayton Keller, Timo Meier, Nico Hischier, Nolan Patrick, Alex DeBrincat, Dylan Larkin, Sam Reinhart, Jake Guentzel, Max Domi, Teuvo Teravainen, Jonathan Drouin, Travis Konecny, Andrei Svechnikov, Jesperi Kotkaniemi, Filip Zadina, Brady Tkachuk, Rasmus Dahlin Which of those guys have the best shot at scoring 100? And who did I miss entirely, any longshots whose name you'd toss in the ring? Any game-breaking prospects that need more time to develop, but have the skills and potential to have a shot at 100 points?