With the 2017-2018 NHL season coming to an end, it's time for us to create our list of top selling jerseys. This year features more than a few surprises that we're sure no one could've guessed at the start of the season. In this post, we'll look at rankings 25-21. Each day we will release the next 5 on the list until our top 25 best sellers are released!

25. William Nylander - Toronto Maple Leafs

Just making our list is William Nylander. Nylander and the Leafs are on a mission to prove themselves this year and Nylander has quickly become a fan favorite. On the cusp of a 50 point season, Nylander is a great choice for any Bud looking to grab a jersey. 

24. Will Butcher - New Jersey Devils

Will Butcher has been a rock on the Devils' blueline all season. After signing with the Devils out of the University of Denver, Butcher has quickly grown on fans. He currently has 30 points on the season and will continue to be a staple of the Devils organization for years to come. 

23. Brayden Schenn - St. Louis Blues

Brayden Schenn has been lighting lamps across North America all season. In his first season with the Blues, Schenn is bound to break his personal best season. He's taken the Blues fanbase by storm this season and that's the reason he makes this list.

22. Rickard Rakell - Anaheim Ducks

Rickard Rakell has set a new career high for himself in terms of points before the season has even finished. He's absolutely tearing it up in Anaheim and grown into a player that Ducks fans adore. His jersey sales are ahead of everyone on his team and deservedly so. 

21. Mikhail Sergachev - Tampa Bay Lightning

His first season in the league has been quite the ride. After a big trade between the Lightning and Canadiens, Sergachev has been proving his worth and locking down Tampa's defence. The Lightning are having an incredible season and Sergachev has been a big part of it. Sergachev is sure to be on our top sellers list for many more years. 

Stay tuned for the rest of the rankings in our Top Selling Jerseys coming out over the course of the week! Who do you think will make it?