Served as an alternate captain with the NY Rangers for three seasons (2017-20)… Was named the winner of the Rangers’ Players’ Player Award in five consecutive seasons (2015-20), given annually to the player who best exemplifies what it means to be a team player… Became the first Ranger to win the award in five straight seasons and only the second Ranger to win the award five different times during his tenure with the team (Jean Ratelle)… Also won the Steve Chiasson Award in his second season with the Hurricanes, given to the player who best exemplifies determination and dedication while proving to be an inspiration to his teammates through his performance and approach to the game… Represented Sweden at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., registering six points (4g, 2a) in six games.
Tallied 26 points (15g, 11a) in 30 games with the HV71 U18 team.
Established a SuperElit career-high in games played (37)… Established playoff career-highs in games played (7), goals (2), and points (3).
Established SuperElit career-highs in goals (23), assists (26), and points (49).
Registered 16 points (7g, 9a) in 36 games in his rookie season in the Swedish Hockey League (SHL)… Tallied 10 points (3g, 7a) in six SuperElit games.
Established playoff career highs in games played (5) and goals (2).
Established SHL career highs in games played (47), goals (18), assists (17), points (35) and plus/minus (+13)… Tied for the team lead in goals and ranked third in points… Established playoff career-highs in assists (4), points (5), and plus/minus (+4)… Tallied his first professional point with a goal in his AHL debut vs. Springfield (4/5).
Spent a majority of the season with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL)… Earned 34 points (17g, 17a) in 48 AHL games… Ranked tied for fourth in the AHL in game-winning goals (6)… Appeared in 11 games with the NY Rangers… Made his NHL debut at PHX (10/3)… Played in three NHL playoff games with NYR… Tallied his first career NHL playoff point with an assist in his NHL playoff debut in Game 1 of the First Round vs. PHI (4/17).
Tallied nine points (1g, 8a) in 11 games with Hartford (AHL) before being recalled by the Rangers on Nov. 10… Registered 14 points (6g, 8a) in 58 games… The Rangers earned at least one point in 42 of 55 games in which he played after he was recalled on Nov. 10… Was on the ice for only four power play goals against in 63:50 of ice time while shorthanded… Tallied his first career NHL regular season point with an assist vs. MTL (11/23)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a), including his first career NHL goal vs. PHI (11/29)… The Rangers won 13 straight games in which he played from Dec. 8 to Jan. 10, becoming the first Ranger to be on the winning side in 13 straight games in one season in the NHL’s modern era (since 1943-44)… Recorded six points (3g, 3a) in 19 playoff games… Tied for fifth among NHL rookies in goals and points in the playoffs… Tied for fifth on the Rangers in goals… Scored his first career NHL playoff goal in Game 1 vs. WSH (4/30)… Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 5 vs. WSH (5/8)… Posted his first career NHL multi-goal game and established a single-game playoff career-high with two points in Game 3 at TBL (5/20)… Became the first Rangers rookie to register a multi-goal game in the playoffs since Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. NJD in 2008 (Brandon Dubinsky) and the first to do so on the road since Game 1 of the Patrick Division Semifinals at PHI in 1986 (Mike Ridley).
Registered 30 points (10g, 20a) in 79 games with the Rangers… Established career-highs in games played, assists, and game-winning goals (3)… Ranked fourth on the Rangers – and led team forwards – in average shorthanded ice time (2:11)… Ranked fourth on the team in even strength assists (20), ranked fifth in total shorthanded ice time (172:08), ranked sixth in takeaways (35), and tied for sixth in even strength points (30)… Named the winner of the Rangers’ Players’ Player Award, becoming the first European-born player to win the award since Reijo Ruotsalainen in 1984-85 … Recorded his first career NHL game-winning goal vs. CAR (11/10)… Notched an assist while skating in his 100th career NHL game at MIN (12/17)…Established a single-game career-high with two assists vs. BUF (1/25)… Tallied his 20th assist/30th point of the season vs. DET (4/9)… Tallied one assist in five playoff games … Ranked third on the Rangers in hits (19) and tied for third in blocked shots (6) in the playoffs … Established a single-game playoff career-high and led all skaters with eight hits in Game 1 of the First Round at PIT (4/13).
Recorded 21 points (6g, 15a) in 68 games… Ranked third among Rangers forwards in hits (99) and ranked fourth among Rangers forwards in blocked shots (44)… Named the winner of the Players’ Player Award for the second consecutive season… Tallied the game-winning goal vs. CGY (2/5)… Skated in his 200th career NHL game at CBJ (2/13)… Scored a goal at SJS (3/28)… Earned six points (3g, 3a) in 12 playoff games… Established playoff career-highs in plus/minus rating (+4), shorthanded goals (1), shorthanded assists (1), and shorthanded points (2), and tied playoff career-highs in goals, assists, and points… Led the NHL in shorthanded points, and tied for the NHL lead in shorthanded goals and shorthanded assists in the playoffs… Led the Rangers with five points (2g, 3a) on the road in the playoffs… Scored a goal in two consecutive games in Game 4 vs. MTL (4/18) and Game 5 at MTL (4/20)… Scored his first career NHL playoff shorthanded goal in Game 5 at MTL (4/20)… Tied a single-game playoff career-high with two points (1g, 1a) in Game 5 of the Second Round at OTT (5/6).
Recorded 33 points (13g, 20a) in 71 games… Established career-highs in goals, points, even strength goals (13), and hits (130), and tied his career-high in assists… Led the Rangers in hits and shorthanded assists (2), tied for the team lead in shorthanded points (2), and ranked third in primary assists (14), even strength assists (18), and even strength points (31)… Named the winner of the Players’ Player Award for the third consecutive season… Rangers posted an 18-6-4 record in games in which he tallied a point… Scored a goal vs. NSH (10/21)… Tied a single-game career-high with two assists at FLA (11/4)… Posted his first career NHL multi-goal game (2g) in the regular season at CAR (11/22)… Posted a career-long three-game goal streak from 12/5-12/9 (3g, 1a)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a) vs. NJD (12/9)… Earned an assist in the 2018 NHL Winter Classic vs. BUF (1/1)… Registered 15 points (5g, 10a) in his final 18 games of the season, including 12 points (3g, 9a) in his final 12 contests… Posted a career-high eight-game point streak from 3/8-3/24 (3g, 7a), including a career- high four-game assist streak from 3/17-3/24 (4a)… His eight-game point streak was the longest by a Ranger during the season… Established a single-game career-high with three points (2g, 1a) and posted the second multi-goal game of his NHL career at PHI (3/22).
Earned 20 points (8g, 12a) in 66 games… Tied for third on the Rangers in minor penalties drawn (16) and ranked sixth in hits (120)… Named the winner of the Players’ Player Award for the fourth consecutive season… Named an alternate captain prior to the start of the regular season… Tallied the Rangers’ first goal of the season vs. NSH (10/4)… Tied a single-game career-high with two assists and registered his 100th career NHL point at CAR (10/7)… Skated in his 300th career NHL game (and his 300th career game as a Ranger) at ANA (11/1)… Tallied a goal and logged a single-game career-high 20:13 of ice time vs. WPG (12/2)… Tied single-game career-highs with two goals and three points (2g, 1a) and registered the game-winning goal at NSH (12/29)… Recorded a goal in two consecutive games (1/8-1/20)… Tallied a goal and was credited with a team-high six hits vs. NYI (1/10)… Scored a goal at BUF (2/15).
Served as alternate captain for the NY Rangers for the third consecutive season… Posted 29 points (12g, 17a) in 69 games… Established career-highs in plus/minus (+16), average ice time (16:36), and shorthanded goals (2), and tied his career-high in shorthanded points (2)… Tied for 15th in the NHL in shorthanded goals… Ranked 21st among NHL forwards (and led Rangers forwards) in shorthanded ice time (162:35)… Named the winner of the Players’ Player Award, which is given annually to the player who, as selected by his teammates, “best exemplifies what it means to be a team player”, for the fifth consecutive season… Became the first Ranger to win the award in five straight seasons and only the second Ranger to win the award five different times during his tenure with the team (Jean Ratelle)… Ranked second on the Rangers in shorthanded goals, tied for second in shorthanded points, ranked third in hits (125), and tied for fourth in plus/minus rating… Rangers posted a 17-5-0 record in games which he registered a point… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) vs. VAN (10/20)… Scored a shorthanded goal at NJD (11/30)… Recorded two points (1g, 1a) at SJS (12/12)… Scored a shorthanded goal at PHI (12/23)… Established a single-game career-high with three assists, and tied single-game career-highs with three points vs. COL (1/7)… Tied single-game career-highs with three points (1g, 2a) vs. NYI (1/13)… Skated in his 400th career NHL game vs. NYI (1/21), becoming the fifth Swede to skate in 400 career games with the Rangers in franchise history (Lundqvist, Erixon, Hedberg, Sandstrom)… Tied single-game career-highs with two goals and six shots on goal, and registered the game-winning goal vs. SJS (2/22)… Skated in one playoff game.
Earned 19 points (6g, 13a) in 46 games during his first season with Carolina… Established career highs in power-play goals (1), power-play assists (3) and power-play points (4)… Ranked sixth on the team in hits (78)… Made Hurricanes debut at DET (1/14)… Tallied first Hurricanes point (assist) at CBJ (2/7)… Earned an assist vs. CHI (2/19)… Tied career high with two goals, including first Hurricanes goal and first career NHL power-play goal, vs. TBL (2/22)… Tallied two points (1g, 1a) vs. DET (3/4)… Recorded 100th career NHL assist at DET (3/16)… Posted an assist vs. CBJ (3/20)… Earned two points (1g, 1a) at CBJ (3/22)… Tied career high with four blocked shots vs. TBL (3/27)… Tallied two points (1g, 1a), including the game- winning goal, at CHI (4/1)… Scored a goal at FLA (4/6)… Missed five games due to a lower-body injury (4/24-5/1)… Tallied three points (1g, 2a) in 11 playoff games… Made Hurricanes postseason debut in Game 1 of the Central Division First Round vs. NSH (5/17)… Tallied an assist for first Hurricanes postseason point in Game 2 vs. NSH (5/19)… Registered an assist in Game 1 of the Central Division Second Round vs. TBL (5/30)… Scored first Hurricanes postseason goal in Game 4 at TBL (6/5).
Registered 34 points (14g, 20a) in 82 games… Selected by his teammates as the winner of the Steve Chiasson Award, given to the Hurricanes player that best exemplifies determination and dedication while proving to be an inspiration to his teammates through his performance and approach to the game… Ranked fourth on the team in plus/minus (+24) and sixth in hits (109)… Registered 36 blocked shots, the second-most of any Hurricanes forward… Joined Brady Skjei as the only two Hurricanes players to skate in all 82 games… Accumulated the fewest penalty minutes per game (0:02) of any NHL player playing 70 or more games this season… Established new single-season career highs in goals, points and plus/minus and tied his career high in assists… One of six Hurricanes players with a shorthanded point (1a)… Opened the season with a goal in three of Carolina’s first four games (10/14-10/23)… Scored a goal in back-to-back games from 11/3-11/6 (2g)… Posted back-to-back multi-point games from 12/16-12/18 (1g, 3a), including his only game-winning goal of the season vs. LAK (12/18)… Played his 500th career NHL game vs. CGY (1/7)… Registered a three-game point streak from 2/20-2/25 (1g, 2a)… Played his 100th Hurricanes game at WSH (3/3)… Tallied two assists at STL (3/26)… Earned a point in four of five games from 4/5-4/12 (1g, 4a), including two assists vs. ANA (4/10)… Posted a season-long, four-game point streak from 4/18-4/24 (2g, 2a), including his 200th career NHL point (goal) at NYI (4/24)… Skated in all 14 playoff games, scoring a goal in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference First Round vs. BOS (5/4)… Posted a team-high eight hits in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Second Round vs. NYR (5/18), tying his career high.
Recorded 29 points (10g, 19a) in 80 games with the Hurricanes, scoring double-digit goals for the fifth time in his NHL career… Led the team in shorthanded assists (3) and ranked tied for second in shorthanded points (3), with career highs in both… Also ranked fourth on the team in hits (105) and registered the second-most blocked shots of any Hurricanes forward (40)… Registered a season-high four hits at SEA (10/17)… Scored the game-winning goal at VAN (10/24)… Posted a three-game assist/point streak from 11/10-11/14 (1g, 3a), including two points (1g, 1a) vs. EDM (11/10)… Missed two games due to a lower-body injury (12/10-12/13)… Posted a five-game point streak from 12/18-12/27 (3g, 3a), with a shorthanded assist vs. NJD (12/20) and a goal in back-to-back games from 12/23-12/27 (3g)… Scored two goals vs. PHI (12/23) for his only multi-goal game of the season… Tallied a shorthanded assist at CBJ (1/12) and vs. MIN (1/19)… Scored a goal at ANA (2/25)… Scored the game-tying goal in the third period at MTL (3/7)… Earned two assists vs. TOR (3/25).