2011-12: Tallied 33 points (6G, 27A) in 62 games for the Jets... Played his first game as a
Winnipeg Jet on Oct. 9 vs. MTL (1-5L)… Recorded his first point with the Jets on Oct. 15 at
PHO (1-4L) assisting on a goal by Andrew Ladd… Recorded his first goal with the Jets on Oct.
19 at TOR (3-4SOL), scoring the team’s first ever power play goal… Posted a season high
31:05 time on ice on Oct. 19/11 at TOR (3-4SOL), marked the fourth time in Enstrom’s career
he played more than 30:00 in a game… Passed Dany Heatley for fifth on the franchise alltime
scoring list on Jan. 4 at MTL (3-7L)… Scored the game-winner on Jan. 19 vs. BUF (4-1W)…
Scored his sixth goal of the season and added an assist on Apr. 5 at NYI (4-5L).
2010-11: Leads the team with 41 assists (tied for seventh among NHL defensemen) and ranks third with 51 points ... One of five NHL defensemen with at least 10 goals and 40 assists ... Leads the team in average ice time with 23:41 ... Ranks second in franchise history for goals by a defenseman (26), trailing only Yannick Tremblay (33) ... Passed Marian Hossa for third place in franchise history with his 141st assist on Feb. 17 at PHX (also his 300th career NHL game) ... Played in a franchise-record 296 consecutive games from Oct. 5, 2007 to Jan. 22, 2011 ... Tied his career-high with three assists on Jan. 2 at MTL ... Set career-highs with two goals and four points at TOR on 12/20, matching the franchise record for points in a game by a defenseman.
2009-10: Tallied a career-high 50 points (6g, 44a) in 82 games for the Thrashers ... Set career-highs in goals, assists and shots (109) ... Set a new franchise record for most assists by a defenseman in a single season ... Tied for sixth among league defensemen in points and ranked fourth in assists ... Led the team in power play assists (17) and tied for second in power play points (19) ... Has not missed a single game in his three NHL seasons, appearing in 246 consecutive contests and ranking second on the Thrashers all-time list for consecutive games played ... Earned four points (2g, 2a) during a three-game point streak from 11/5-11/8 ... Matched his career-high with five shots on goal on 11/5 vs. CBJ ... Tied his career-high for points/assists (3a) and established a season-high plus-four rating on 11/27 at CAR ... Set a career-high six-game point/assist streak from 12/12-12/21, collecting nine assists during that stretch ... Appeared in his 200th career game on 12/23 at BOS ... Earned his 100th career point on 12/28 at NJ ... Matched his career-high for points/assists (3a) for the second time this season on 1/2 at NYI ... Collected points in four straight games from 1/9-1/16, recording four points (1g, 3a) in that span ... Tallied five assists during a four-game point streak from 3/14-3/20 ... Tallied his 100th career assist on 3/18 vs. BUF ... Earned two assists and a plus-three rating in four games for Sweden at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
2008-09: Recorded 32 points (5g, 27a) in 82 games for the Thrashers ... Led the team with a career-high plus-14 rating and 23:31 of average ice time per game ... Ranked second among team defensemen in points and assists ... Recorded one assist in the Thrashers season- opening game on 10/10 vs. WSH ... Tied his career-high with three points (1g, 2a) on 11/6 vs. NYI ... Earned five points (1g, 4a) during a three-game point streak from 11/2-11/7 ... Established a season-high plus-three rating on 12/6 at NYI ... Matched his season-high with a plus-three rating on 1/8 at NJ ... Took a career-high five shots on 2/11 vs. CHI ... Scored the first shorthanded goal of his career and added a shorthanded assist on 2/24 vs. COL ... Recorded a three-game point streak from 3/12-3/16, earning five points (1g, 4a) during that stretch ... Tied a season-high with two assists on 3/21 at TB ... Tied his career- high with three points (1g, 2a) on 3/28 vs. OTT ... Tallied an assist in three straight games from 4/7-4/11 ... Finished the season with 20 points (4g, 16a) in his final 22 games.
2007-08: One of three Thrashers (Holik and Kozlov) to appear in all 82 games, recording 38 points (5g, 33a) ... Set a new franchise record for the most assists by a defenseman and tied the team record for most points by a defenseman ... Led the Thrashers and all NHL rookies, and established a new franchise rookie record with 24:28 of ice time per game ... Ranked first in the NHL in power play ice time per game with 5:44 ... Tied for third on the team in assists and ranked fifth in points ... Led all NHL rookie defensemen in points and assists ... Ranked second among Eastern Conference rookies in assists and ranked third among Eastern Conference rookies in points ... Tied for the league lead among rookies with 22 power play assists and tied for fourth among first-year players with four power play goals ... Led the Thrashers in power play assists and was second with 26 power play points ... Earned his first-career point (1a) on 10/6 at TB ... Scored his first-career NHL goal on 10/23 at TOR ... Posted a season-high four- game point/assist streak from 11/13-11/21 with six assists in those games ... Earned four multiple-point games, including a season-high three assist outing on 11/21 at WSH ... Appeared in the 2008 NHL YoungStars Event on 1/26 ... Skated in a career-high 33:39 of ice time on 3/7 vs. MIN.
EUROPEAN CAREER: Played eight seasons with the MoDo organization, beginning with the club’s Under-18 team in 1999-00 ... Tallied 64 points (17g, 47a) and 146 penalty minutes in 226 games over five seasons in the Swedish Elite League ... 2006-07: Tied for eighth among Swedish Elite League defensemen, led his team’s defensemen and was tied for fourth overall on his team with 28 points (7g, 21a) in a career-best 55 games with MoDo ... Led MoDo to the Swedish Elite League title with 12 points (1g, 11a) in 20 post- season contests ... Set career-highs in goals (7), assists (21) and points (28) ... Tied for sixth among league defensemen and led team defensemen in assists ... Led MoDo defensemen in goals ... Tied for third on MoDo with five power play goals ... Ranked second among team defensemen with a plus-four rating ... 2005-06: Ranked third among MoDo defensemen with four goals and 11 points in 47 games ... Fourth among team defensemen with seven assists ... Ranked third on the team with a plus-13 rating ... 2004-05: Registered 14 points (4g, 10a) in 49 games for MoDo ... Held scoreless in two post-season contests ... Led team defensemen in assists and was tied for the lead in points ... Ranked second among MoDo defensemen in goals ... Set career highs in goals, assists and points ... Ranked second on his team with a plus-12 rating ... Tied for second on the team in games played ... 2003-04: Registered five points (1g, 4a) and six penalty minutes in 33 games with MoDo ... Ranked sixth among team defensemen in points ... 2002-03: Recorded six points (1g, 5a) in 42 games with MoDo during his first Swedish Elite League season ... Tallied one assist in six playoff games for MoDo ... Named the Swedish Elite League Rookie of the Year.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER: Has represented Sweden in international competition six times ... Played in four games during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, tallying two assists and a plus-three rating ... Appeared in two games with Sweden during the 2009 IIHF World Championships before suffering an injury ... Helped Sweden to a fourth- place finish with a 6-3-0 record at the 2007 World Championships in Moscow ... Recorded two assists in nine games ... Member of the Swedish team at the 2004 World Junior Championships in Finland and tallied two assists in six games ...Played for Sweden at the 2003 World Junior Championships ... Member of the Swedish team at the 2002 Under-18 World Championships.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by the Thrashers in the eighth round, 239th overall, of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft.