clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

2021 T25U25: Final Community Vote

Your full list of votes this year.

Montreal Canadiens v Toronto Maple Leafs - Game Two Photo by Mark Blinch/NHLI via Getty Images

This year, the T25 Community Vote had a good number of participants at 540. That’s enough to give a realistic picture of the general opinion of PPP readers.

Final Week Summary

Your final six selections begin with Timothy Liljegren ranked right where the official list has him, and at the same general average vote value.

Next comes Nick Robertson, another point of near total agreement, with a similar vote value, but that’s where the agreement ends. The Community Vote has Travis Dermott almost tied with Robertson, and the official list has Robertson almost tied with Rasmus Sandin and Rodion Amirov for the second time in a row.

At third, you have Sandin, bringing the lists into close alignment for the final three. There is not perfect unanimity for the top two, but the dissenting votes are in the very small minority. Auston Matthews got 510 first place votes and Mitch Marner got 502 second place votes. Twenty people put Marner first, and eight put Matthews second, which raises a really interesting question about 12 voters and how they see things.

Your full list is:

2021 Community Vote

Rank Players Weighted Average
Rank Players Weighted Average
1 Auston Matthews 1.53
2 Mitch Marner 2.31
3 Rasmus Sandin 4.28
4 Travis Dermott 5.85
5 Nicholas Robertson 6.04
6 Timothy Liljegren 7.12
7 Rodion Amirov 7.88
8 Joey Anderson 12.32
9 Topi Niemelä 13.02
10 Roni Hirvonen 13.85
11 Matthew Knies 14.89
12 Denis Malgin 15.38
13 Semyon Der-Arguchintsev 16.05
14 Mikhail Abramov 16.05
15 Brennan Menell 17.35
16 Nicholas Abruzzese 17.51
17 Mikko Kokkonen 19.04
18 Pontus Holmberg 19.14
19 Mac Hollowell 19.34
20 Pavel Gogolev 19.59
21 Joseph Woll 20.06
22 Veeti Miettinen 20.78
23 Joseph Duszak 20.97
24 Kristians Rubins 22.09
25 Erik Källgren 22.18

As you’ll notice, there is a tie in there between two players, but I just let them be assigned positions based on the whims of the spreadsheet. This isn’t a meaningful tie like third place on the official vote

And the fun bit:

You can tell with the very first chart that some voters did not adjust the list from its original order very much, since Källgren was the first name on the list. This adds a bit of noise to the results, but that would be true no matter what order the names were listed.