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.
Bratt recorded a goal and an assist in Friday's 6-3 loss to the Flyers.
After missing two games with a lower-body injury, Bratt returned to action and didn't miss a beat. The 20-year-old winger now has four goals and 13 points in his last 12 contests, and as long as he keeps riding shotgun to Nico Hischier on the Devils' top line, he should be headed for a big finish to his sophomore campaign.
Bratt (lower body) will suit up for Friday's game against the Flyers, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Not only will Bratt play, he'll be on the top line with Nico Hischier and Drew Stafford. With seven goals and 24 assists through 48 games, the Swede has been a bright spot for a Devils team that has otherwise struggled to a 25-31-8 record and last-place position within the Metropolitan Division.
Bratt (lower body) will not play Wednesday against the Flames, though he remains day-to-day, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
A key power-play contributor, Bratt and six more Devils forwards crowd the training room with their respective injuries, and that's on top of issues with defensemen Will Butcher (lower body) and Sami Vatanen (concussion). Bratt's injury doesn't sound all that serious, but the second-year winger has compiled seven goals and 24 assists through 48 games this season, and fantasy owners have grown accustomed to depending on him night in and night out.
Bratt will miss Monday's game against the Canadiens due to a lower-body injury, Chris Ryan of NJ.com reports.
Marcus Johansson (undisclosed) would be a logical replacement for Bratt, but he's been mentioned as potential trade bait for the Devils ahead of Monday's deadline. Either way, fantasy owners should take Bratt out of all lineups for the upcoming six-game slate. This is an unfortunate development considering the Swede has busted out to the tune of seven goals and 24 assists through 48 games of his second NHL season.
Bratt had a goal and an assist in the first period of a 4-3 loss to the Penguins on Tuesday.
Bratt opened the scoring at 2:14 of the first period with his seventh of the season, with helpers from Marcus Johansson and Mirco Mueller, and then supplied an assist to Johansson to regain the lead 10 minutes later. Bratt hit the 30-point mark in the contest, doing so in 46 games. He's only five points shy of the 35 he had in his rookie campaign.
Bratt scored his first power-play goal of the season in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sabres.
The goal would stand up as the game-winner. Bratt has now recorded at least a point in seven of his last eight games. For the season, the 20-year-old has collected 28 points through 45 games, seven points shy of his 2017-18 total.
Bratt potted his fifth goal of the season on his lone shot in Saturday's 4-2 loss to Minnesota.
Bratt's shooting percentage jumped from 6.1 to 7.5 with this tally, but it's still a far cry from the 13.0 percent mark he posted as a rookie last season. The 2016 sixth-rounder also recorded a minus-1 rating to bring his season mark down to minus-7. While Bratt has a respectable 23 points in 40 appearances, his missed time and lack of supporting stats have kept his fantasy value minimal.
Bratt had a goal and an assist in a 3-2 loss to the Ducks on Saturday afternoon.
Bratt has had a pair of two-point games in his last four games. He could bring sneaky fantasy value to your squad if this is a sign of a warming trend.
Bratt delivered a pair of assists -- including a power-play helper -- Monday in an 8-5 home win over the Blackhawks.
Bratt has three multi-point games this season, as New Jersey's sixth-round (162nd overall) pick from 2016 continues to tease his offensive upside. The Swede has also been working on the defensive aspect of his game in an effort to round into a solid two-way contributor.
Bratt recorded a minus-2 rating in Tuesday's 5-1 loss to the Sabres.
All the damage against Bratt's rating came in the second period, which is when the Sabres scored all five of their goals. While the 20-year-old Swede has a promising 51 points in his first 102 NHL games, Bratt is still a work in progress in his own end with a minus-22 career rating.
Bratt finished Sunday's 6-5 shootout loss to Anaheim with two assists.
When healthy, the 20-year-old Swede has been productive this season. Bratt now has two goals and nine assists in 14 games and continues to play a key role in New Jersey's offense. The young right winger is also a mainstay on the Devils' power-play unit, so his owners should continue dressing him on a nightly basis and hope he stays healthy as the season rolls on.
Bratt (illness) was in attendance for Wednesday's practice session, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
After missing Monday's tilt versus Tampa Bay, Bratt appears to be healthy enough to get back on the ice and should be available against Los Angeles on Thursday. The winger figures to retake his spot alongside Marcus Johansson and Pavel Zacha and will look to keep rolling, as he's racked up nine points in 12 contests this season.
Bratt (illness) won't play Monday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
In Bratt's place will step Stefan Noesen. Meanwhile, the young Swede will benefit from two days off following Monday's game and should be fine to play Thursday in Los Angeles.
Bratt is under the weather and will be a game-time decision versus the Lightning on Monday, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Since returning from a broken jaw suffered during the preseason, Bratt has racked up nine points in 12 outings and is on pace to top his rookie campaign numbers (13 goals and 22 helpers). If the winger is unable to suit up against Tampa Bay, Stefan Noesen is expected to slot into the lineup in his stead.
Bratt had a goal and an assist Saturday in a 4-3 overtime loss to Winnipeg.
Go get this guy off the wire. He quietly has 9 points in 12 games behind the Devils' best players.
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