Age is just a number. After being selected by the New Jersey Devils with the 162nd pick in the 2016 NHL Draft, 19-year-old Jesper Bratt has put in the hard work to become an NHL player. Bratt caught many by surprise last training camp, turning the heads of the front office, teammates and fans with his personal growth, hockey intellect and impressive shot. The Sweden-native played well enough to earn himself a spot on the Devils opening day lineup and never looked back. Bratt played in 74 games for New Jersey this season, registering 35 points (13g-22a), which was good for fifth-most points among all Devils. Check out some of Jesper Bratt's best work for his first season with the Devils.