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Power forwards take longer to develop, but Jenys may be too far behind the eight ball. Will need to make huge strides to get to the NHL as a third liner.


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June 2019 – Jenys did not get a qualifying offer from the Kings which means he becomes an unrestricted free agent.  Jokke Nevalainen

September 2017 – Big centres are always needed on any team, and with two years to keep an eye on him, time will tell if he has a future in Minnesota’s system. He spent his year with Quad City to a small level of success, but his tools are there. I’m not sure of any significant upside, but as a depth centre, he could find a role with Iowa this season. Jenys is young, but his time in the pros has been less than ideal. A sub point per game OHLer and ECHLer is not a good combination, but his frame is workable. Will Scouch

July 2016 – Pavel Jenys came into development camp with a renewed interest in his development and it’s indicated with his improved build and adept vision. Utilizing both assets to his advantage, he was better able to facilitate more promising exits out of the zone by way of smart passes and improved mobility. Edric Joseph

February 2016 – Though his recent relocation to the Niagara Ice Dogs roster was likely well-received, Jenys still struggles to offensively contribu