|Born:||January 14, 2002||Draft:||2020 Sabres #34 Overall|
|National Team:||Germany||Current Team:||Buffalo Sabres (prospect)|
John-Jason “J-J” Peterka (born 14 January 2002) is a German professional ice hockey centre playing with the Rochester Americans in the American Hockey League (AHL) as a prospect for the Buffalo Sabres of the National Hockey League (NHL). He was drafted 34th overall by the Sabres in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
John-Jason Peterka Statistics
- Buffalo Sabres’ Top Untouchable Prospects for the 2021-22
- Buffalo Sabres 2020 Draft Class Revisited
- John-Jason Peterka – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
- U18 WJC (D1A) Gold Medal (2019)
- EBJL Best Plus/Minus Playoffs (2018)
- EBJL Champion (2018)
- EBJL Most Assists Playoffs (2018)
- EBJL Most Points Playoffs (2018)
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