Bratt (undisclosed) is bound for the IIHF World Championship in May. Bratt missed the final 15 games of the regular season due to the undisclosed issue, but now he'll be able to flaunt his skills on the international stage. While Bratt posted a meager 8.8 shooting percentage this season, he's turned in consecutive campaigns with 20-plus assists, and his power-play role figures to grow as he gains more top-level experience. Still, we'd target him near the late rounds of drafts in the fall.
Bratt (undisclosed) will not suit up in Monday's game against the Rangers, and has been ruled out for the season, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. Bratt hasn't suited up in game action since March 5, and his season will come to a close. The 20-year-old was solid in his second full season with the Devils, racking up eight goals and 33 points in 51 games. The Swede will try to get healthy before he's deployed for his third full NHL campaign in 2019-20.
Bratt (undisclosed) has been ruled out through the end of March by coach John Hynes, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. Hynes said that Bratt may be done for the season, and that he's unlikely to return before the team's final road trip, spanning the final two games of the campaign in early April. Fellow winger Taylor Hall received a similar prognosis from the coach. While Bratt doesn't have nearly the fantasy impact of Hall, he was a useful deep-league piece when healthy, with 33 points in 51 appearances.
Bratt is week-to-week with his undisclosed issue, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. This report suggests that Bratt will miss at least the next four games. He had been bothered by a lower-body injury that cost him a pair of games before returning with a two-point effort last Friday, though it remains to be seen if the two issues are directly related to one another. New Jersey has a plethora of injured forwards with day-to-day tags that could potentially be candidates to offset Bratt's absence in Friday's road game against the Capitals.
Bratt left Tuesday's game versus the Blue Jackets with an undisclosed injury, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. He suffered this injury early in the second period and wasn't present for the third frame, so he's not expected to return. Bratt had six points in six games leading up to this injury, and he was working on the first line in this contest. If Bratt isn't ready for Friday's game versus the Capitals, the Devils may need to recall a forward from AHL Binghamton.
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