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"He's been outstanding. He's been one of our best players in camp," said GM Jim Nill. "He's feeling very well. He's had no issues."
Doctors reattached a displaced bone in Janmark's left knee with screws one year ago, and then removed the screws this past spring. Janmark spent the summer working to get ready for camp and the preseason, which would be a big test since osteochondritis dissecans is uncharted territory for a pro hockey player.
"No [issues]," Janmark said. "I feel better in my right knee, but I have no limitations on the ice. I feel great. It's been positive so far, so I am not too worried about it."