Jesper Fast
Jesper Fast
Right Wing  - NYR
Number: 19
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 188
Shoots: Right
Born: Dec 2, 1991  (Age 24)
Birthplace: Nassjo, Sweden
Drafted: NYR / 2010 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 6th (157th overall) PROSPECT BIO
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 four power play goals against in 63:50 of ice time whilevshorthanded ... Tallied his first career NHL regular season point with an assist on Nov. 23 vs. MTL ... Re- corded two points (one goal, one assist), including his first career NHL goal, and posted a plus-two rating on Nov. 29 vs. PHI ... The Rangers won 13 straight games in which he played from Dec. 8 vs. PIT to Jan. 10 at SJS; became 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) ... Registered a goal and posted a plus-two rating on Jan. 3 vs. BUF ... Recorded a goal in two consecutive games on Mar. 21 at CAR and Mar. 22 vs. ANA ... Tied for fifth among NHL rookies in goals (three) and points (six) in the playoffs ... Tied for fifth on the Rangers in goals and tied for second among team forwards in blocked shots (10) ... Was on the ice for one power play goal against in 18:21 of ice time while shorthanded in the playoffs ... Tied for second on the Rangers in assists (three) and points (four) in the Second Round against WSH ... Recorded his first career NHL playoff goal in Game WSH on Apr. 30 ... Tallied an assist on the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 5 vs. WSH on May 8 ... Tied for third on the Rangers in goals (two) in the Eastern Conference Final against TBL ... Posted his first career NHL multi-goal game and established a single-game playoff career-high with two points in Game 3 at TBL on May 20; became the first Rangers rookie to register a multi-goal game in the play- offs since Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. NJD in 2008 (Dubinsky) and the first to do so on the road since Game 1 of the Patrick Division Semifinals at PHI in 1986 (Ridley).
Was credited with one shot on goal in 10:13 of ice time while making his NHL debut on Oct. 3 at PHX ... Led all Rangers with five hits in 12:00 of ice time on Apr. 10 vs. BUF ... Tallied his first career NHL playoff point with an assist in his NHL playoff debut in Game 1 of the Metropolitan Division Semifinal vs. PHI on Apr. 17; was one of two Rangers to record their first NHL playoff point during their NHL playoff debut during the 2014 playoffs (J.T. Miller).

Tied for fourth in the AHL in game-winning goals (six) ... Led the team in power play goals (eight), tied for the team lead in game-winning goals, tied for second in plus/minus rating (plus-14), ranked third in goals (17), and finished seventh in as-sists (17) and points (34) ... Led all rookies on the team in plus/minus rating, ranked second in goals and points, and finished third in assists ... Led the team and was tied for eighth among AHL rookies in power play goals at the time of his recall on Apr. 7 ... Tallied a point in 25 of 48 contests ... Registered a five-game point streak from Jan. 24 vs. Springfield to Jan. 31 vs. Providence (six goals, two assists over the span) ... Recorded seven points (four goals, three assists), in seven games from Mar. 22 at Adirondack to Apr. 6 vs. Norfolk.
Tallied his first professional point with a goal in his AHL debut on Apr. 5 vs. Springfield.

2012-13: Established Swedish Hockey League career-highs in games played (47), goals (18), assists (17), points (35) and plus-minus rating (plus-13) ... Tied for team lead in goals and ranked third on HV71 in points ... Tied for fifth on the team in plus-minus rating and sixth in assists ... Established playoff career- highs in assists (four) and points (five), and matched a career-high in playoff games played (five) ... Tied for second on HV71 in playoff assists and points, and tied for team lead in plus-minus rating (plus-four).
: Missed three months with a fractured ankle suffered on Nov. 29 ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (five) and goals (two) ... Tied for the Swedish team lead and eighth in the tournament in scoring with two assists and three games at the 2011 Karjala Tournament.
2010-11: Registered 16 points (seven goals, nine assists) in 36 games during his rookie season in the SHL ... Tallied three goals and seven assists for 10 points in six SuperElit games.
2009-10: Established SuperElit career-highs in goals (23), assists (26) and points (49) and matched a career high in games played (37) ... Ranked second on the team and tied for fifth in the league in points ... Tied for the team lead and tied for fourth in the SHL in goals ... Established a playoff career high in assists (two) ... Skated in two SHL games with HV71.
2008-09: Established SuperElit career-highs in games played (37) and penalty minutes (16) ... Established playoff career-highs in games played (seven), goals (two) and points (three).
: Tallied 15 goals and 11 assists for 26 points in 30 games with HV71 U18 team.

2011: Represented Sweden at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championships ... Tied for the team lead with four goals and registered two assists in six tournament contests.
: Tallied one goal and one assist four games with Sweden at the 2010 U-20 USA National Junior Evaluation Camp at Lake Placid.


June 26, 2010 – Rangers' sixth-round choice, 157th overall, in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.