According to JetsNation’s Jacob Stoller, the Manitoba Moose have signed Jansen Harkins to an ATO.
A second round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, Hansen played six games on the backend of last season that saw him score one goal and two assists.
Spoke with Todd Harkins-GM of the @PGCougars / dad of Jansen–Said his son is a "200-foot centre, that can help in all facets of the game."
— Jacob Stoller (@NHLStoller) April 6, 2017
The 19-year old just came off a season with the Prince George Cougars of the WHL that saw him put up 72 points in 64 games. His Cougars just got eliminated in the first round of the WHL playoffs, but Harkins totalled seven points in six games.
Standing at 6’2″ and 194 lbs, Harkins has been a dynamic player for the Cougars drawing comparisons to David Krejci.
In 275 WHL games, Harkins has scored 242 points.