March has been good to Calgary Flames prospect Andrew Mangiapane.
On Wednesday, the 19-year-old signed an entry-level contract with the Flames and was named the Ontario Hockey League's Player of the Month.
Mangiapane, drafted in the sixth round of the 2015 NHL Draft, averaged 2.44 points-per-game in March, scoring seven goals and 22 points in nine contests.
The Barrie Colts winger kicked off the month with points in the first six games of March, which included a back-to-back set of four-point outings and posting 17 points in that span.
He earned stars in four games this month and was the first star in three of those instances.
Mangiapane capped off the regular season with one goal and four points against the Sudbury Wolves in a 11-4 rout, giving him 51 goals and 106 points on the year.
He is just the fourth player in Barrie history to have back-to-back 100-point seasons and he is second in the OHL in goals scored this year. The Bolton, ON product has points in 30 of his 33 games since Jan. 1st.
In 195 regular season OHL games, Mangiapane has scored 118 goals and 261 points, averaging 0.61 goals-per-game and 1.34 points-per-game during his junior career.
The Flames selected Mangiapane in the sixth round (166th overall) of the 2015 NHL Draft.