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Fantasy Summary

Dangerous playmaker, top-nine forward if he can handle pro


Observations

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March 2020 – Gignac’s struggles have endured as the center had just three points over his last ten contests. What is worse is that shot and chance volume has dropped along with playing time. Others have passed him on the depth chart which is troubling.  Chris Wassel 

January 2020 – Gignac has continued to be a bit below expectations on offense. Overall, he has just three goals and 11 points in 26 games. Injury has hampered his progress but utilization has as well. Health will be key for the rest of the season.  Chris Wassel

November 2019 –  Gignac has taken a bit of a step back in the early going with just three assists in eight contests. The Binghamton center has suffered from a disorganized system and some inconsistency which has resulted in his ice time getting shifted around. Chris Wassel

April 2019 – Gignac finished the AHL campaign with 36 points (12 goals) in 68 games. The forward has much work to do in the summer but could be one to watch come training camp. Chris Wassel

March 2019 – The last two seasons have seen Gignac transition gradually from unpolished junior forward to a forward more capable of playing the pro game. There are still noted deficiencies in his game like covering the guy without the pu