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Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Bounced to minors
Jenik was reassigned to AHL Tucson on Sunday.
Jenik appeared in just two NHL games this season but scored two goals with a plus-3 rating. He has 11 points in 27 games at the AHL level and should compete for a spot on the active roster in training camp next season.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Scores in Saturday's OT win
Jenik scored a goal in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Sharks.
Jenik filled an empty net versus the Sharks on Friday, but he beat a goalie for the first time at the NHL level Saturday. He squeezed in a second-period shot past Alexei Melnichuk for the Coyotes' third goal. Jenik scored in both of his appearances in a cup of coffee with the Coyotes, and he should be set to compete for a larger role next season.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Buzzer-beater for first NHL goal
Jenik scored a goal on two shots and went plus-2 in Friday's 5-2 win over the Sharks.
Jenik's NHL debut looked like it was going to be a quiet one, but he scored into an empty net in the final second of the contest. The 20-year-old center has 11 points in 27 games with AHL Tucson this season, but he'll likely stick in the lineup for Saturday's rematch with the Sharks. He may still be a year or two away from making a steady impact at the NHL level.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Making NHL debut
Jenik will be promoted to Arizona's active roster and make his NHL debut Friday versus San Jose.
Jenik is expected to center the Coyotes' third line during Friday's contest. The 2018 third-round pick has notched 11 points through 27 AHL appearances this season.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Joins taxi squad
Jenik was assigned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Jenik had 11 points in 27 games with AHL Tucson this season. He could be a candidate to draw into the Coyotes' last two games versus the Sharks on Friday and Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Returns from loan assisgnment
Jenik will rejoin the Coyotes ahead of training camp following the conclusion of his loan stint with Finnish club Imatran Kettera, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.
Jenik recorded five goals and three helpers in seven games with Imatran. Selected by the Coyotes in the third round of the 2018 NHL Draft, the 20-year-old center will get a chance to secure a spot on the 23-man roster during training camp but should probably be considered a long shot and figures to spend some time in the minors during the 2020-21 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Joins Finnish team
Jenik (knee) will start the 2020-21 season on loan with Imatran Kettera of the Finnish second tier, Arizona Coyotes Insider Craig Morgan reports.
After suffering a knee injury during the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championships, it appears Jenik is finally ready to get back into competitive matches. The center should get a chance to secure a spot on the 23-man roster during training camp but figures to be a long shot. As such, fantasy players should expect the 20-year-old Czech to spend some time in the minors or back overseas this year.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Ready to skate again
AHL Tucson general manager Steve Sullivan said in an interview last week that Jenik (knee) is ready to resume skating, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Jenik continues to progress well in his recovery from the torn ACL he suffered at the World Junior Championships in December that required season-ending surgery. The forward will need to gradually increase the intensity of his skating before he's cleared for full-contact practices, but Sullivan expects that the 19-year-old will be "pretty darn close" to being back to full health in advance of the 2020-21 AHL season.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Won't return this season
Jenik (knee) is "progressing well" after surgery but will be out until this summer, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Jenik had a dominant season with OHL Hamilton, scoring 22 goals and 56 points in just 27 games. He also tallied three points in three World Junior games with the Czech team before suffering a knee injury. His surgery will put him a step back in his development and potentially delay his NHL timeline.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Out indefinitely
Jenik will be out indefinitely after sustaining a knee injury at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championships. Arizona general manager John Chayka told reporters, "Our doctors are reviewing his MRI and we'll work with his agent on a plan. He will be out indefinitely," Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Jenik was having a fantastic junior season, as he's racked up 22 goals and 34 helpers in 27 games with OHL Hamilton. The 19-year-old was selected by the Yotes in the third round of the 2018 NHL Draft and was expected to compete for a roster spot heading into the 2020-21 campaign. This injury could push back Jenik's NHL debut by a year.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Injured in WJC action Monday
Jenik (lower-body) will not return after being injured in the Czech Republic's game against the United States at the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championship on Monday.
Jenik crumbled to the ice clutching his knee after a collision with Islanders prospect Jacob Pivonka as the buzzer sounded to end the second period. It seemed like an innocent play, but Jenik appeared to be in a ton of pain and the club quickly announced he would not return. It's a crushing blow for a Czech team that is already massively shorthanded as the round-robin portion of the tournament comes to a conclusion. Jenik -- a third round selection of Arizona in 2018 -- is currently fifth in OHL scoring with 56 points in 27 games.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Four points in OHL action
Jenik scored twice and added two assists in OHL Hamilton's 7-5 win over Barrie on Monday.
The combination of Jenik (14 points) and Los Angeles second-rounder Arthur Kaliyev (19 points) has been unstoppable over the course of Hamilton's first nine games. Jenik remains a work in progress, but his potential in undeniable. He was originally a third round selection (65th overall) of Arizona in 2018 and signed his entry-level contract in March.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: Inks entry-level contract
Jenik signed an entry-level deal with the Coyotes, Craig Morgan of The Athletic reports.
Jenik was taken by Arizona in the third round -- 65th overall -- of the 2018 NHL Draft. The 18-year-old is an intriguing offensive player who turned heads with the Hamilton Bulldogs of the OHL, with whom he registered 30 points (13 goals, 17 assists) in 27 appearances. Jenik will likely report to AHL Tucson soon since OHL Hamilton was eliminated from the playoffs Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Coyotes' Jan Jenik: On board in OHL
Jenik scored his first OHL goal in Hamilton's 6-5 victory over Flint on Friday.
The marker came in Jenik's second game with the club. Originally a draft pick of Flint, Jenik was acquired by Hamiltion last week and agreed to come over from his native Czech Republic shortly after. Jenik picked up a pair of assists in three games during the recently completed World Junior Championship. The 65th overall pick in the 2018 draft, Jenik is an intriguing offensive player who is learning the finer points of the game. The Coyotes have to be ecstatic that he decided to head to North America.... See More ... See Less
|HT/WT: 6-1, 161 lbs|
|Birthplace: Nymburk, Czech Republic|