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Mark Jankowski hardly forgotten man at centre for Calgary Flames

He’s not the centre of attention. Make no mistake, though, Calgary Flames prospect Mark Jankowski isn’t a forgotten man, either. “As I told him (Sunday), ‘Don’t be thinking that anybody is writing you off,’ ” said Flames GM Brad Treliving. It’s been less than two weeks since Treliving climbed onto the stage at Wells Fargo Center and cashed in the fourth-overall...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Richard Cloutier: Mock Draft! Mock Draft! Mock Draft! (The Hype Williams Blog)

Coming soon to a Hockeybuzz Hotstove near you will be a mock draft. So far, Travis Yost and I are in. It would be fun if we had, oh, six bloggers involved. That way each blogger could be assigned all the teams in one division. I would love to be able to pick for the Flames at #6 and the Oilers at #7. There's be no Mark Jankowski involved, I assure you. I threw the invite over...
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June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Richard Cloutier: Oilers Fans Unite! Flames Fans Untie!

I got in a discussion this afternoon with a good friend regarding the attitude of Flames fans. For those of you who haven't been paying attention to Twitter, there is plenty of gloating occurring because the Flames are likely to finish higher in the standings than the Oilers yet again. Hey, Flames fans...I've got two words for you: Mark Jankowski. You all know my theory...
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April 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Colin Dambrauskas: Jankowski Chooses NCAA; Is It The Right Choice?

Jankowski Chooses NCAA; Is It The Right Choice? The decision by Flames GM Jay Feaster to pick 17 year old Mark Jankowski in this years draft has been one of the GM’s most contentious decisions thus far. In the face of the debates regarding Feasters choice, the lanky and inexperienced centerman has decided to take the next big step in his professional career by enrolling with...
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July 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Jankowski will attend Providence College this fall

Mark Jankowski, who was the first scholastic player selected at the 2012 NHL Draft, has decided to attend Providence College this fall and play for the Friars this season. Jankowski, a 17-year-old center, was taken by the Calgary Flames with the 21st overall selection. He originally planned to play for the Dubuque Fighting Saints of the United States Hockey League for one season...
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July 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Brian Huddle: Canadian Team Draft Review: Flame Resistant

Follow @BrianHuddle NOTE: If I haven't seen a prospect play or don't have enough notes, I will not be discussing them. Draft Review: Montreal Canadiens Draft Review: Toronto Maple Leafs Draft Review: Edmonton Oilers Despite a couple laughs that were likely had when Jay Feaster proclaimed that Mark Jankowski could be the best player long term from this draft ...
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July 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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