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Sweden JESPER BRATT  Signed - click for Team Depth Chart
Last team: New Jersey Devils - 2018

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BIRTHYEAR 1998-07-30 BIRTHPLACEStockholm, SWE
AGE 19 NATION Sweden
POSITION LW/RW SHOOTS L
HEIGHT 179 cm / 5'10" WEIGHT 79 kg / 174 lbs
YOUTH TEAM Trångsunds IF CONTRACT 19/20
NHL DRAFT 2016 round 6 #162 overall by New Jersey Devils
CAP HIT $749,167 powered by
SOCIAL Jesper Bratt  
HIGHLIGHTS
1-time U18 WJC Silver Medal 1

Brother: Filip Bratt

© Photo: Getty Images

He is strong on the puck and possesses some quick, creative hands, allowing him to get fancy with the puck on the rush, Futureconsiderations.ca 2016

CAREER STATISTICS Use/Embed statistics RSS feed
 SEASON TEAM LEAGUE GP G A TP PIM +/-      POST GP G A TP PIM +/- 
 2010-11 Trångsunds IF J18 2 J18 Div.2 3 0 000 |            
 2011-12 Trångsunds IF J18 J18 Div.1 3 1 010 |            
 2012-13 Trångsunds IF J18 J18 Div.1 29 9 15248 |            
  Trångsunds IF J20 J20 Div.1 2 0 110 | Qualification 6 1 122  
  Trångsunds IF Division 2 3 0 000 |            
 2013-14 AIK J18 J18 Elit 20 4 121610 8 |            
  AIK J18 J18 Allsvenskan 18 6 121814 0 |            
  Sweden U16 (all) International-Jr 7 2 136 -3 |            
 2014-15 AIK J18 J18 Elit 2 1 126 -3 |            
  AIK J18 J18 Allsvenskan 4 1 672 4 | Playoffs 2 0 110 -2 
  AIK J20 SuperElit 39 17 234020 -2 | Playoffs 1 0 000 -2 
  AIK Allsvenskan 1 0 000 0 | Kvalserien AS 4 0 112 -2 
  Sweden U17 WHC-17 6 1 342 |            
  Sweden U17 (all) International-Jr 17 3 582 -5 |            
 2015-16 AIK J20 SuperElit 2 1 122 1 |            
  AIK Allsvenskan 48 8 9176 1 | Qualification 10 0 004 -3 
  Sweden U18 WJC-18 7 2 242 -2 |            
  Sweden U18 (all) International-Jr 21 8 8166 1 |            
 2016-17 AIK J20  SuperElit 1 0 110 1 | Playoffs 2 0 002 -1 
  AIK Allsvenskan 46 6 16226 -2 | Qualification 8 1 120
  Sweden U19 (all) International-Jr 4 2 350 -1 |            
  Sweden U20 (all) International-Jr 6 1 126 -2 |            
 2017-18 New Jersey Devils NHL 60 12 213318 -10 |            
  Sweden U20 (all) International-Jr 4 2 244 0 |            
 
 TOURNAMENT STATISTICS
 2012-13 Stockholm Syd TV-Pucken 8 1 120 1 |            
 2013-14 Stockholm Syd TV-Pucken 8 3 584 |            
 2015-16 Sweden U18 Hlinka Memorial 5 3 250 0 |            
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CAREER TOTALS
  GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/-    GP G A TP PPG PIM  +/- 
      Postseason
  Allsvenskan: 95 14 25 39 0.41 12  -1  | 22 1 2 3 0.14 -5 
  Division 2: 3 0 0 0 0.00 |    
  Hlinka Memorial: 5 3 2 5 1.00 |    
  International-Jr: 59 18 20 38 0.64 24  -10  |    
  J18 Allsvenskan: 22 7 18 25 1.14 16  | 2 0 1 1 0.50 -2 
  J18 Div.1: 32 10 15 25 0.78 |    
  J18 Div.2: 3 0 0 0 0.00 |    
  J18 Elit: 22 5 13 18 0.82 16  |    
  J20 Div.1: 2 0 1 1 0.50 | 6 1 1 2 0.33
  NHL: 60 12 21 33 0.55 18  -10  |    
  SuperElit: 42 18 25 43 1.02 22  | 3 0 0 0 0.00 -3 
  TV-Pucken: 16 4 6 10 0.63 |    
  WHC-17: 6 1 3 4 0.67 |    
  WJC-18: 7 2 2 4 0.57 -2  |    



CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
SEASON AWARDS BY SEASON
2013-2014 TV-Pucken Bronze Medal
2014-2015 J20 SuperElit (Overall) Most Points by U17 Junior (40)
  U17 WHC Bronze Medal
2015-2016 Allsvenskan Most Points by U18 Junior (17)
  Hlinka Memorial Silver Medal
  J18 Best U18 Forward
  U18 WJC Silver Medal
2016-2017 J20 SM Bronze Medal
 AWARDS BY LEAGUE
- Allsvenskan Most Points by U18 Junior 15/16
- Hlinka Memorial Silver Medal 15/16
- J18 Best U18 Forward 15/16
- J20 SM Bronze Medal 16/17
- J20 SuperElit (Overall) Most Points by U17 Junior 14/15
- TV-Pucken Bronze Medal 13/14
- U17 WHC Bronze Medal 14/15
- U18 WJC Silver Medal 15/16



TRANSACTIONS
DATE STATUS FROM TO SOURCE  
2017-08-09 Confirmed AIK London Knights
2017-05-12 Confirmed AIK New Jersey Devils Entry Level 
2016-04-04 Extension AIK AIK
2015-05-13 Extension AIK J20 AIK


PLAYER BIOGRAPHY AND TRIVIA
 
- Drafted 2017, round 1 #49 overall by London Knights in the CHL Import Draft
- Drafted 2016, round 4 #119 overall by CSKA Moskva in the KHL Draft
 
- 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Ranked #100 by Hockeyprospect.com
- 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Ranked #130 by ISS Hockey
- 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Ranked #78 by Future Considerations
- 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Ranked #128 by McKeen's Hockey
- 2016 NHL Entry Draft: Ranked #17 by NHL Central Scouting (EU Skaters)
 
 
Jesper Bratt has been making waves around the NHL in 2017-18 for his surprise breakout start with the Devils. Bratt was a 6th round pick for New Jersey in 2016, and at age 19 he was very much not expected to make the Devils’ roster out of camp. Looking to adapt more quickly to the North American game, Bratt was committed to play for the OHL London Knights after they selected him quite late in the CHL Import Draft this summer (#49). He made it very clear, however, that he doesn’t even need to sniff Major Junior hockey to fully adjust to the smaller ice and faster pace.

Bratt was born in Stockholm, and has represented Sweden at every junior age level: U16, U17, U18, U19, and U20. He began his junior hockey with Trångsunds IF, a tier-4 Swedish club located only 15 minutes from downtown Stockholm. He actually played in three games for their men’s team at the age of 14 — a big fish in a small pond.

In 2013, he was picked up by AIK, a Swedish club that was in the top-tier SHL at the time, and played for their 18U team, putting up 34 points in 38 games as a 15-year-old. The season after, he was promoted to their 20U team and put up 40 in 39 at age 16.

In 2015, Bratt stuck with AIK’s big club, which by then had been relegated to Sweden’s tier-2 league, the Allsvenskan. He played two full seasons with AIK at 17 and 18 years old, posting respectable offensive numbers during the regular season (14 G, 25 A in 94 GP), but hardly showing up on the scoresheet in the playoffs (1G, 1A in 18 GP). Offensive numbers never tell the whole story, especially for young guys who are adjusting to the pros. Bratt was garnering a lot of valuable experience in those two years playing with men, and it showed when he turned up at New Jersey’s training camp and emerged as a legitimate threat up front.

While the Devils had a lot of question marks and available roster spots going into training camp in 2017, it’s quite rare for a player to make his NHL club only a year removed from being a late-round draft pick. Bratt has enjoyed his success with a number of different linemates, displaying versatility and chemistry up and down the lineup.

The young upstart Devils have been one of the surprising stories of the 2017-18 season, and Bratt has been a big reason for that. There is reason to believe he’ll be a part of their team for years to come.

(Peter Oundjian, EP 2018)