Bratt finished the season with 26 goals and 47 assists in 76 games. The 23-year-old winger flirted with a point per game throughout the season and ultimately came up a little short with 73 points in 76 appearances, though he still led the Devils in points and finished tied with Jack Hughes (knee) for the team goals lead. On the heels of this breakout season, Bratt should earn a substantial raise as a restricted free agent in the offseason.
Bratt (illness) will return to the lineup Sunday against the Red Wings, Marc Ciampa of the Devils' official site reports. Getting Bratt back will provide a major boost for the Devils considering he leads the team in points with 70. A non-COVID illness kept Bratt sidelined Saturday against the Hurricanes, and the bug appears to be making its way through the rest of the team, according to coach Lindy Ruff.
Bratt (illness) won't play Saturday against the Hurricanes. Bratt will miss at least one contest due to a non-COVID illness. With Bratt on the shelf, look for Nolan Foote to draw into the lineup versus Carolina. Bratt will be reevaluated ahead of Sunday's matinee matchup with Detroit.
Bratt (illness) is expected back in the lineup versus the Sabres on Thursday, per NHL.com. Bratt was back skating in a top-six role at Thursday's game-day skate and will look to build upon the five points he put up in his last six outings. In addition to his five-on-five role, the 23-year-old winger should reclaim a spot on the No. 1 power-play unit.
Bratt is under the weather with a non-COVID illness and should be considered questionable against the Sabres on Thursday, Sam Kasan of the Devils' official site reports. Bratt has found his offensive game of late, as he has recorded three goals and two assists in his last six contests. If the 23-year-old winger is unable to play versus Buffalo, Yegor Sharangovich should have the inside track on the second-line role, though Janne Kuokkanen could be in contention, as well.
Last 7 Games
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