At 25 yrs old, Big Ben Bishop I think deserves a mention. He certainly has the size, and actually is pretty limber and quick for being such a big kid(I would know, I played against him in high school). That said, I think he's a great guy and someone who could really surprise the league in the next couple seasons.
Scrivens does not have what it takes to be an NHL #1, sure he is athletic, but it seems to me that every elite goalie has one of or both of the following going for them: Huge or an amazing glove hand (the exception being Thomas who is just oddly effective). Scriven's glove is just not up to NHL standards, but he does have the athleticism. Unfortunately, at 26 years old if your glove isn't there, than it never will be.
My bet is Lindback and Hackett will be quality #1's. Not sold on Bernier and Markstrom is already showing he is injury prone, so unless he can prove he can be healthy he might be a 50gp kind of goalie like Backstrom, or he could prove to be the next Dipietro (nobody could have that much bad luck).
I know its a bit early to talk about him, but I really like Zachary Fucale from the Halifax Mooseheads.
While not overly large, he has great reflexes and moves very well in his net. He still needs to work on a lot of areas of his game, but I nonetheless believe he'll be successful at the NHL level in a somewhat near future.
Career Highlights: Named Western Hockey League Goaltender of the Year (Del Wilson Trophy) and WHL First-Team All-Star during the 2009-10 season…Led Calgary to best regular season record in WHL (52-17-3)…Ranked first in goals-against-average (2.21), first in shutouts (eight), second in wins (36), fourth in save percentage (.919) and ninth in minutes (2851) among WHL goaltenders…Recorded two shorthanded assists (three assists total)…Helped the Hitmen capture the WHL Championship and a bid in the Memorial Cup…Named WHL Playoffs Most Valuable Player…Ranked first in wins (16), first in goals-against average (2.36), tied for first in shutouts (two) and third in save percentage (.915) among WHL goaltenders during the 2010 post-season…Posted a 2-2 record with 3.71 goals-against-average and a .907 save percentage in four Memorial Cup appearances (Calgary lost to Brandon in Semifinals)…Named Outstanding Goaltender at Memorial Cup (Hap Emms Memorial Trophy) and selected to the Memorial Cup All-Star Team...Led Calgary to the best regular season record in WHL (59-9-4) during the 2008-09 season…His 45 wins set a single-season club record (previous mark was 39 wins)…Ranked first in wins (45), tied for first in shutouts (seven), third in goals-against-average (2.08), tied for third in save percentage (.915) and fourth in minutes (3295) among WHL goaltenders…Named WHL Second-Team All-Star…Tied WHL record with 12 straight playoff wins in 2009…Ranked second in wins (14), second in goals-against-average (1.86), second in shutouts (two) and third in save percentage (.921) among WHL goaltenders during the 2009 playoffs…Ranked fourth in the WHL in goals-against-average (2.12), tied for 11th in save percentage (.911) during the 2007-08 season with Calgary…Helped the Hitmen advance to the 2008 WHL’s Eastern Conference Finals with a 2-1 record, a 2.88 goals-against-average and a .879 save percentage in five playoff appearances…Collected 108 wins and 16 shutouts during his four-year tenure with Calgary, the most in team history.
International: Earned silver medal for Team Canada at 2010 World Junior Championships…Collected a record of 1-1-0 with a 2.30 goals-against-average and a .917 save percentage in two games during the tournament…Was one of two Kings to play for the team (Brandon Kozun).
Transactions: Signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Los Angeles Kings as an unrestricted free agent on October 2, 2008.
Guys who are currently under 25, who I see being top notch starters in the future:
(Rask would be on this list, but he's 25, and at 26 you've got Quick and Schneider)
Guys like Pavelec, Enroth, Lindback, Bernier, Reimer, etc. are all good too, and all under 25, but I don't see them as future top notch starters. The goalies I listed above are IMO the best of the best when it comes to young studs.