The Providence College Friars hammered Massachusetts in their two-game home-and-away set this past week and Calgary Flames prospect Mark Jankowski played a key role in their pair of victories.
On Friday, the Friars paid UMass a visit and collected a 4-1 win at Mullins Center. Jankowski had a pair of primary assists in the victory.
He set up Nick Saracino's power play goal in the second period by cycling the puck down low and getting it to his linemate, who was perched on the goal line. He also dished the puck off to Brandon Tanev, who scored an empty-netter at the 19:49 mark of the third period.
On Saturday, Jankowski rattled off four points in a 6-0 rout at Schneider Arena -- a victory that lead to the Friars to their first-ever Hockey East title.
He opened the scoring at 5:58 of the opening stanza, capitalizing on a rebound at the front of the net. Just over six minutes later, he set up Trevor Mingoia's power play goal.
In the second period, Jankowski once again set up Mingoia while the Friars had the man advantage and he capped off his night with a third period goal at the 7:49 mark.
The 21-year-old, who is riding a seven-game point streak, was named the game's second star.
Jankowski, who was selected 21st overall in 2012, leads his team in scoring with 38 points in 34 points and is averaging 1.12 points-per-game. He is sixth in the Hockey East scoring race and is tied for second in game-winning goals with four.