Jesper Bratt Stats
- Height / Weight
- 70 / 175 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/30/1998 (25)
Jesper Bratt Last 10 Games
Jesper Bratt News
New Jersey Devils winger Jesper Bratt had a great game against Calgary on Thursday despite the team suffering a 5-3 defeat. The Swedish speedster was involved in all three goals for the Devils, posting assists as Ondrej Palat scored twice and Nico Hischier recorded a short-handed goal. It was Bratt's seventh effort of the season with at least three points. He became the fifth skater in franchise history to have five three-assist games in a single season. The 25-year-old has totaled 35 assists overall, adding 20 goals in 49 games. Only nine players in the league have recorded as many goals and assists in 2023-24.
New Jersey Devils winger Jesper Bratt matched his season high with a four-point effort in Friday's 6-2 victory over the Senators. He scored a power-play goal in the opening frame and racked up three assists. It was Bratt's fourth game of the season with three-plus assists. He's found huge success on the top line next to Jack Hughes and is on pace to smash his current career-high of 73 points. Having notched 42 points (14 goals, 28 assists) through 34 games, Bratt is even on track to register his first 100-point campaign.
New Jersey Devils left wing Jesper Bratt finished with a goal and an assist in Saturday's 4-2 victory against the Flames. Bratt's multi-point performance extended his point streak to four consecutive games, while recording three goals and three assists during that span. Bratt's season totals consist of 11 goals and 31 points through 25 games, which ranks second on the team in both departments.
New Jersey Devils winger Jesper Bratt extended his point streak to seven games with two goals and one assist in Sunday's 4-3 win over Minnesota. Two of his points came with the man advantage. The Devils power play has been red-hot to start the year, and Bratt has played a major part in it with three goals and seven assists. He boasts 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in total for the campaign with eight games played. The Swedish winger could crush it again against the Wild on Thursday, with Minnesota having the second-worst penalty-killing efficiency in the league (67.9).