Anaheim Ducks
Anaheim Ducks
Jakob Silfverberg
POSITION: Right Wing
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
BIRTHDATE: 10/13/1990
AGE: 25
DRAFTED: OTT: 2009-39 overall
Traded to Anaheim by Ottawa wirh Stefan Noesen and Ottawa's 1st round choice (Nicholas Ritchie) in 2014 Entry Draft for Bobby Ryan, July 5, 2013.
2014-15: Appeared in his third NHL season, his second with Anaheim…recorded 13-26=39 points with a +15 rating in 81 games…set career highs in most offensive categories, including goals, assists, points, plus/minus and shots on net (189)…also scored two PPG, one SHG and two GWG…ranked tied for second on the team in appearances and third in takeaways (41)…led the league with nine shootout goals (9-for-13) and shootout percentage (69.2%, min. five attempts)…set a single-game career high in assists (3) and matched a career best in points (0-3=3), helping Anaheim to a 5-1 win Apr. 1 vs. EDM…set a single-season career high with his 11th goal of the season, Mar. 13 @ MIN…logged a career-best 23:20 TOI, Feb. 23 vs. DET…posted his fourth career multi-goal game (2-0=2), including his fourth career SHG, to lead the Ducks to a 5-2 win on Feb. 5 @ NSH…established a single-season career high in assists (14), Feb. 3 vs. CAR…appeared in his 100th game as a Duck in a 4-0 victory on Jan. 27 @ VAN…posted a career-high two-game goal streak from Dec. 1-3 and a career-best four-game point streak from Dec. 1-7…earned his first career multi-assist game (0-2=2) in a 5-1 win, Oct. 13 @ BUF…missed one game with the flu, Feb. 10 @ FLA…PLAYOFFS: Scored 4-14=18 points with a +6 rating in 16 games, ranking third among playoff leaders in assists and tied for seventh in scoring…his 1.13 points-per-game average in the playoffs ranked tied for second in the NHL with Corey Perry…co-led the Ducks with six multi-point games…recorded a career-high 32:18 TOI in Game 2 of the WCF, May 19 vs. CHI…matched a franchise playoff record with three consecutive multi-point games (2-4=6), May 8-May 17…set postseason career highs in assists and points (1-2=3) in Game 3 of the First Round, Apr. 20 @ WPG…scored the game-winner with 21 seconds remaining in Game 2 of the First Round on Apr. 18 vs. WPG, establishing a franchise playoff record for the latest go-ahead goal…the tally marked the latest tie-breaking goal in regulation in the previous 287 Stanley Cup Playoff games (VAN’s Raffi Torres, 19:41 of the third period in Game 1 of the SCF, June 1, 2011 vs. BOS).

CAREER: Among active skaters, entered the 2015-16 season ranked first in shootout efficiency (min. 15 attempts) with a 60.9% career conversion rate (14-of-23)…signed a four-year contract with Anaheim through the 2018-19 NHL season, Aug. 7, 2015…signed a three-year entry-level contract with Ottawa, May 30, 2011…2013-14: Appeared in his second NHL season, his first with Anaheim…made his third consecutive trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs, scoring two goals with four PIM in all 13 games vs. DAL and LA…collected his first playoff goal as a Duck in Game 5 of the First Round, Apr. 25 vs. DAL…played 52 regular-season contests, collecting 10-13=23 points with a +2 rating and 12 PIM…scored a career-high two SHG, including Apr. 9 vs. SJ and Mar. 23 vs. FLA…appeared in his 100th career NHL game in his regular-season finale, Apr. 13 vs. COL…posted a career-tying three-game assist streak (0-3=3), Dec. 31-Jan. 5…became the third player in club history to score four goals in his first four games as a Duck (4-1=5), Oct. 2-10…his four-game point streak represented a career best…posted his second career multi-goal game (2-0=2), Oct. 10 vs. NYR…scored a goal in his Anaheim debut, Oct. 2 @ COL…missed 24 games with an upper-body injury, Oct. 27-Dec. 15…2012-13: Appeared in his first NHL season with Ottawa…made his second career appearance in Stanley Cup Playoffs, collecting 2-2=4 points in 10 games against Montreal and Pittsburgh…earned his first career playoff points (1-1=2) in Game 1 of the CQF, May 2 @ MTL…scored his second career Stanley Cup Playoff goal in Game 3 of the CQF, May 5 vs. MTL…helped set a franchise playoff record for fastest two Ottawa goals scored at eight seconds (Kyle Turris scored the first) in the Game 3 win over MTL…appeared in 48 regular-season games, scoring 10-9=19 points with a +9 rating…was one of six Ottawa players to play the entire season and one of two skaters to record a SHG…also led the team in shots (134) and shootout goals (4-of-7), and co-led in plus/minus…paced Ottawa rookies and tied for fifth among NHL freshmen in goals…earned his first career NHL assist, Feb. 7 vs. CAR…collected his first goal and point of his career (Theodore) in a 4-0 victory, Jan. 21 vs. FLA...recorded a +1 rating and 14:02 TOI in his NHL regular season debut, a 4-1 win on Jan. 19 @ WPG…began the season with Binghamton (AHL), scoring 13-16=29 points with a +4 rating in 34 games…earned his first professional point (goal) in his AHL debut, Oct. 13 vs. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton…2011-12: Appeared in two Stanley Cup Playoff games with Ottawa, going scoreless in two CQF games against NYR…made his NHL debut in Game 6 of the CQF, Apr. 23 vs. NYR…also appeared in Game 7 on Apr. 26 @ NYR…had a historic season with Brynas of the Swedish Elite League, winning MVP for both the regular season and playoffs…set a Swedish Elite League playoff record with 13 playoff goals to help lead Brynas won the league championship…also scored 24-30=54 points in 49 regular-season games, ranking second in the league in both goals and scoring…was named winner of Guldhjalmen (Golden Helmet) Award as most valuable player of SEL as voted by league’s players and the Guldpucken (Golden Puck), awarded annually to the ice hockey player of the year in Sweden…was the youngest player since Peter Forsberg (1994) to win the Guldhjalmen honor…2010-11: Scored 18-16=34 points in 53 games for Brynas…added four assists (0-4=4) in five playoff contests…2009-10: Played his first full season in the Swedish Elite League, collecting 8-8=16 points with four PIM in 48 games with Brynas…2008-09: Made his Swedish Elite League debut with Brynas, notching 3-1=4 points with two PIM in 16 games…also helped lead the Brynas Jr. team to the league title after scoring 14-24=38 points in 30 games…Miscellaneous: Has represented Sweden on the international stage on six occasions, winning medals at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games (silver), 2011 World Championship (silver) and 2010 World Junior Championship (bronze)…played all six games for Team Sweden at the 2014 Winter Games, earning one assist, a +1 rating and two PIM…collected an assist (0-1=1) in nine games at the 2011 World Championship in Slovakia and 3-2=5 points in six games during the 2010 World Juniors in Saskatoon…has also played for Sweden at the 2012 World Championship in Helsinki and Stockholm (2-0=2 points in eight games) and the 2008 U-18 World Championship in Russia (1-2=3 points in five games).

PERSONAL: Grew up in Gavle, Sweden…graduated from Borgarskolan High School in Gavle in 2009…his favorite player growing up was Peter Forsberg…lists his favorite hockey moments as winning the Swedish Elite League championship with Brynas in 2011-12 and winning the silver medal in the 2014 Olympic Winter Games with Team Sweden…says his favorite shows are “Mr. Robot” and “Modern Family”…enjoys eating at Chipotle…Twitter: @jsilfverberg33.