‘An incredibly talented forward’ – Jesper Bratt signs a one-year, $5.45m deal with the Devils and avoids arbitration » FirstSportz
The New Jersey Devils avoided arbitration either Jesper Brat Completed a 1-year, $5.45 million deal. Another arbitration case of the summer was settled. Before the arbitration was scheduled, Tom Fitzgerald, the Devils’ general manager, announced the chant Wednesday.
By the upcoming season, he will be released from his 1-year contract and once again fall into the restricted free zone category with arbitration rights. Though he’ll be labeled Devil for another year, rumors have been circulating about his near future after this season.
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Forward Jesper Bratt will play for the New Jersey Devils this season
The 23-year-old forward has career-high 26 goals, 47 assists, 197 shots, 18 power play points, 17:26 ice time and 73 points, as previously mentioned www.thehockeynews.com. Aside from his goals, which tied with Jack Hughes for team lead, he tied for first place on everyone else.
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He led the team with 6 game-winning goals, considered his career high. In addition, Bratt has 70 goals and 133 assists in 307 competitions after being drafted in 2016. In a single season, he became the first Devil to score approximately 70 or more since Taylor Hall in 2017-18. He’s a dynamic player to watch out for this season with the Devils.
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