Devils avoid arbitration, sign Jesper Bratt to one-year deal

Devils avoid arbitration, sign Jesper Bratt to one-year deal

The New Jersey Devils averted arbitration with Jesper Bratt, signing the up-and-coming Swedish ahead to a one-year, $5.45 million contract.

Basic supervisor Tom Fitzgerald introduced the signing Wednesday earlier than the 2 sides have been scheduled to go to arbitration. Bratt will probably be a restricted free agent on the finish of the upcoming season and once more have arbitration rights.

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The 23-year-old Bratt set profession highs final season in objectives (26), assists (47), photographs (197), power-play factors (18), time on ice (17:26) and factors (73). His aim whole tied with Jack Hughes for the staff lead, whereas his help, photographs, PP factors and factors totals all ranked first for New Jersey.

Bratt’s six game-winning objectives additionally led the membership and have been a career-high.

In 307 profession contests, Bratt has 70 objectives and 133 assists, that are probably the most earned by an NHL participant who was chosen after the second spherical of the 2016 NHL Draft. The sixth-round decide turned the primary Satan since Taylor Corridor in 2017-18 to document 70 or extra factors in a single season.

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