Jacob Josefson (C)
CAREER: 2011-12: Began season with New Jersey and played in five games before being injured against San Jose on Oct. 21 … registered an assist in five games … loaned by New Jersey to Albany on Jan. 10 … made AHL season debut against Syracuse on Jan. 14 … netted a goal against Adirondack on Jan. 16 … recalled by New Jersey on Jan. 17 … played four games with New Jersey before being returned on loan to Albany on Jan. 26 … scored a goal against Adirondack on Jan. 28 … recalled from loan by New Jersey on Jan. 30 … 2010-11: Saw action for both Albany and New Jersey … played 18 games in the AHL, posting three goals, nine assists for 12 points … appeared in 28 games in the NHL, registering three goals, seven assists for 10 points … made North American professional debut with Albany on Oct. 9 … recalled to New Jersey (NHL) on Oct. 14 … made NHL debut against Colorado on Oct. 15 … placed on team’s injury reserved list on Nov 4 … missed 30 games (Oct. 19-Jan. 6) … returned on loan from New Jersey to Albany on Jan. 7 … registered first career point with an assist against Charlotte on Jan. 7 … extended scoring streak to three games with an assist against Syracuse on Jan. 8 … scored first North American goal and added an assist against Binghamton on Jan. 14 … posted a goal and an assist against Springfield on Jan. 15 … registered first-career multi-goal game with two, including a shorthanded tally at Bridgeport on Jan. 25 … also had an assist in that game … returned to New Jersey on Feb. 19 … posted first career NHL point at New York Islanders on Mar. 6 … netted first career NHL goal against the Islanders on Mar. 12 … scored game-winning goal against Atlanta on Mar. 15 …
OTHER: Played 43 games with Djurardens in Sweden in 2009-10 … netted eight goals and added 12 assists for a career-high 20 points … played in 14 playoff games, posting three goals, two assists for five points … played six games during the World Junior Championships … had three goals and three assists … played in a career-high 50 games for Djurgardens during 2008-09 … appeared in six games for Sweden at the World Junior Championships.