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Prospect Of The Month: Andrew Mangiapane

by Torie Peterson / Calgary Flames

Andrew Mangiapane kicked off 2016 in a big way.

The Calgary Flames' 2015 sixth round pick recorded points in his first 12 games of January, scoring 13 goals and 25 points during that run, and now sits 10th in Ontario Hockey League scoring with 30 goals and 61 points in 39 games in the 2015-16 season.

Mangiapane, who was held pointless just once last month, also set a new career-high for points in a single game when he rattled off six points against the North Bay Battalion on Jan. 2.

MANGIAPANE'S MONTH BY THE NUMBERS

13 The forward dressed for 13 games in January and registered a 12-game point streak last month.
13 Mangiapane scored 13 goals in January, leading all Barrie Colts skaters last month.
1.9 With 25 points in 13 games, Mangiapane averaged 1.9 points-per-game in January.
47 The Toronto, ON native put 47 shots on net last month, averaging 3.6 shots per game. He didn't dip below two shots a game in January and his highest single-game total was six, on Jan. 16 against North Bay.
6 Mangiapane has six multi-point games in January. His highest single-game total came on Jan. 2 when he had one goal and six points in a 12-2 win over North Bay.
3 The 19-year-old had three multi-goal games last month, including a hat trick on Jan. 29.
2 With 61 points in 39 games, Mangiapane sits second in team scoring and 10th in OHL scoring. He has averaged 1.6 points-per-game thus far in the 2015-16 season.

PROSPECT OF THE MONTH HONOURABLE MENTIONS

Derek Grant -- The Stockton Heat forward, who leads the team in scoring with 21 goals and 36 points, recorded 10 goals and 19 points in 10 games in January. He is representing Stockton at the 2016 AHL All-Star Game and won the fastest skater competition at the AHL All-Star Skills Competition on Sunday.

Rasmus Andersson -- The Barrie Colts defenceman put up 17 assists in 13 games last month and currently leads all OHL defencemen in scoring with 45 points in 45 games. He was the Flames' second round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft.

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