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A smart and speedy winger with energy line upside


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June 2021 – Despite positive growth over his three-year stint in Utica, Jasek, who was slated to become an RFA this summer, has signed a deal and will take his talents to Finland. While there is still an opportunity for the Canucks to qualify, reports indicate that the club may not foresee NHL hockey in his future. Dave Hall

May 2021 – Jasek continues to progress and inch his way closer to becoming an NHL employee. For the third consecutive season, the now 23-year-old increased his points-per-game average. This time, he meant business with a 0.82 through 28 games. With no AHL to report to, he began his 2020-21 campaign (on loan) in the Czech league, where he posted 12 points in 19 games as a top-six threat with HC Ocelari Trinec. Come January, he made his way back to Utica where he took his abilities to new heights, enjoying a heavier workload in the top half on the line-up. With a growing list of injuries up at the top, Jasek found himself as one of the club’s go-to options, playing top-six minutes, as well as both sets of special teams units. While he is a natural winger, Jasek has been working towards his transition into a centreman for the past few seasons, which bodes well for his opportunity down the road. Whether it’s out of training camp or not, do not be shocked to see him earn an audition at some point during the 2021-22 season. Dave Hall

March 2020 – Jasek maintained his scoring rate in his second-full AHL campaign. Once again he was used as a swiss army knife for the Comets, ranging all ove