Jacob Lagace, LW
Hometown: Beloeil., Que.
Drafted: 2008 5th Rd. 134th overall – Buffalo Sabres
March 2013 – Lagace has shown adequate offense at the ECHL level, but would need to make huge strides in that department to get back on the radar as a potential NHL player. – Dobber
February 2012 – Lagace displayed some strong offense in his first 2.5 years in the QMJHL, but saw his numbers fall off after being trade in his third year from Chicoutimi to Cape Breton. The same occurred last season in the pros, as he began in Portland but had a mid-season stint with the Coast (ECHL), before finishing back in the AHL. Lagace has almost surpassed his numbers last season this year with the Rochester Amerks. – Russ Bitely
Lagace is a rugged winger that needs to develop consistent play at the pro level.
Jacob Lagace snipes at goal vs. Oklahoma City Barons for Amerks on 1/20/2012:
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