Calle Jarnkrok (C)
2012-13: Made his North American debut by appearing in nine games with the Griffins after the conclusion of his season with SHL Brynas…Logged his first AHL game on 3/28/13 at San Antonio and notched two of his three points (0-3—3) on 4/5/13 at Abbotsford…Led Brynas with 42 points (13-29—42) in 53 games…Named one of eight finalists for Swedish Elite League MVP honors…Ranked among league leaders in points (T8th), assists (T6th) and power play points (19, T5th)…Joined Sweden for the World Championships in Sweden and Finland after his AHL stint and helped his country earn a gold medal.
2011-12: Helped lead Brynas to an SEL championship in his second full professional season…Placed among team leaders with 16 goals (2nd), 23 assists (4th) and 39 points (2nd) and ranked 14th in the SHL scoring race…Finished fourth in the league and second on his club in postseason scoring with 16 points (4-12—16) in 16 games…Debuted for the Swedish national team at the World Championships in Finland and Sweden, recording one assist in eight games.
2010-11: Spent the entire season with Brynas’ senior team and finished seventh on the team with 27 points (11-16—27) in 49 games…Led all SHL junior-aged players in goals and points…Nominated for the league’s Rookie of the Year award…Finished second on the team with three goals in three postseason games…Represented Sweden at the World Junior Championship in Buffalo, N.Y., placing third on the team with five points (2-3—5) in six games.
2009-10: Racked up 31 points (11-20—31) in 19 games with Brynas’ under-20 club and debuted with the team in Sweden’s top league at age 18…Tied for fifth on the junior team in scoring despite being limited to 19 games…Skated in 33 games with the senior club, registering 10 points (4-6—10)…Recorded a goal and an assist in five postseason contests.
2008-09: Recorded 12 points (5-7—12) in seven games with Brynas at the under-18 level and 26 points (8-18—26) in 41 games in the under-20 league…Finished sixth on the under-20 club in scoring during the regular season…Tallied seven points (4-3—7) in seven postseason games as the club captured the league championship…Represented Sweden at the World U18 Championship in Fargo, N.D., tying for second on the team with nine points (2-7—9) in six games.
2007-08: Tallied eight points (4-4—8) in 13 games with Brynas’ under-18 team and debuted with the under-20 club at the age of 16.