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The Stockton Heat
#1
Looks like Janko scored a hatty in their first game....according to a fan only one hat hit the ice lol....
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Pre-season in the AHL or regular?
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Preseason.
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JANKO!!

http://stocktonheat.com/news/jankowskis-...vs-tuscon/

"The Stockton Heat defeated the Tuscon Roadrunners 3-2 Friday night at Stockton Arena. Mark Jankowski led the way with 3 goals to nab a hat trick, the first the team has ever recorded. Between the pipes, Jon Gillies made 19 saves for the victory."

A PP, a shorthanded, and unassisted off a faceoff. That pretty much covers it  Cool
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#5
Well that will certainly do wonders for his confidence. My take on his pre-season with the Flames was:

1. too many pimples
2. still growing
3. still maturing
4. needs to be stronger on his skates, needs to try not to do everything, needs that confidence.

I'll bet he'll grows by leaps and bounds this year in all facets. He's going to be a top 9 maybe top 6 kinda guy.
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Coach Huska..

“I thought the [Mark Jankowski] line was good. Matt Frattin for me was very good, as well. I think that’s what we need from your older players. So you have two younger guys that he’s playing with. The older guys usually set the standard for how the team and the players play and I thought because he was on tonight and played a hard game, I thought Mark was good. I thought Andrew [Mangiapane] was good as well. So it was a line that did a lot of good things for us tonight.” – Head Coach Ryan Huska on his top line of Mangiapane – Jankowski – Frattin.
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#7
This is where Janko needs to be right now.  Sounds like Frattin knows his role.

Would be interesting to see the other line combos.
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#8
Highlights of Stocktons 5-1 win over the Texas Stars





The boys are looking good so far.
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#9
Klimchuk, Mangiapane, Shinkaruk, Jankowski, Hathaway all score. Two Powerplay goals! Cool Cool
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#10
Seems like young Mr. Gillies is off to a good start as well as the Heat.

https://www.nhl.com/flames/news/prospect...-282991138
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#11
After 3 games,

Team Leaders
Goals: Hunter Shinkaruk with 2
Assists: Mark Jankowski with 3
Points: Mark Jankowski with 4
PIMs: Oliver Kylington, Kenney Morrison and Colby Robak with 4 PIMS
Wins: Jon Gillies with 2
Losses: n/a
GAA: Jon Gillies with 1.64
SV%: Jon Gillies with 0.944
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King Kong Kanzig has been sent down to Adirondack.
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#13
I never really thought Kanzig was a player that would pan. He is still young though...
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Yes, he's still a kid. And he can learn a lot in the ECHL.
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http://stocktonheat.com/news/klimchuk-pr...-heat-win/
The Heat win 7-5
Forwards Morgan Klimchuk and Daniel Pribyl lead the way with career nights, as the Stockton Heat down the San Diego Gulls 7-5 in a wild one at the Valley View Casino Center. Klimchuk (2 goals, 2 assists) and Pribyl (1 goal, 3 assists) both tie the Heat team-record for most points in a single game with four apiece, while rookies Andrew Mangiapane (1 goal, 1 assist) and Rasmus Andersson (2 assists) chipped in offensively with a pair of points each. The Heat have started the season with points in their first four games (3-0-1) and will look to continue that trend, as they head to Tucson for a two-game set against the Roadrunners beginning this Friday.

The heat look to be off to a goods start....
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#16
That was Priybl's first game, as he recovered from surgery. He's a big boy that plays Centre and RW, and we may see him this year on a callup.
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#17
Klimmer has got off to a very good start. He's only played 3 games, but has 6 points. He's followed by Mangiapane (I really like this kid) with 5 points in 4 games, and Jankowski with 5 points in 4 games. Even Shinkaruk has 4 points in 4 games. Should they keep this up the Flames will have a lot of depth at LW and will have to make a difficult decision of two in the coming months and years. None of the above are 4th line kind of guys IMO. Of course with Johnny and Tkachuk (if he sticks) claiming the top 6 LW spots this would mean these guys would be battling it out with the Boumas and Ferlands of the world.
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#18
Meanwhile, down at the farm, Mark Jankowski's scoring streak end at 7 games as he was kept off of the scoreboard the last two games. The good news, however, is that the Heat won both and won on the goaltending of David Rittich and excellent team defensive play. Make one wonder if there is room on the club for a returning Vey or Shinkaruk.

http://stocktonheat.com/news/baileys-ot-...tario-2-1/

http://stocktonheat.com/news/rittich-bla...0-shutout/
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Meanwhile the Heat have a 10-5-1 record so far this year. Emile Poirier has had multiple multi-point games and has 11 points in 16 games this season.

“When you look at Emile [Poirier], he’s played well this year. He’s had some nights where things haven’t gone in for him at times, but he’s done a lot of other things that have been huge for our team. He’s killing penalties for us this year and he had a letter on his chest tonight for a reason. He’s a part of our leadership group now and it was nice to see him get rewarded tonight.” – Head Coach Ryan Huska on the play of Emile Poirier tonight.
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#20
Sounds like he is developing into a potential 3rd line forward now.  Nothing wrong with that!!
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