11/22 Recap: Lagacé liking November

Jacob Lagacé continued his cruise through the QMJHL schedule on Sunday with a goal and two assists, but Chicoutimi squandered a three-goal lead in an exciting 6-5 OT loss to PEI. The 5'11 Lagacé has collected six goals and 10 assists while pointing in all eight November games for the Sagueneens (11-9-2-4). The game featured six goals in the final 20-minutes of regulation, with Matthew Hobbs scoring the overtime winner with just .1 seconds remaining on the clock. Jordon Southorn was +1 for the Rocket.

In Moncton, Luke Adam assisted on a goal just :20 into the game as Cape Breton held off the Wildcats, 3-2. Tied for third overall in QMJHL scoring with 37 points (15+22), the big pivot has hit the sheet in 22 of 26 games this season.

In a CCHA tilt, Corey Tropp was -3 as #6 Michigan State lost to Notre Dame, 4-1. The first-place Spartans will host WCHA programs Wisconsin and Minnesota next weekend.
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John
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009 ×

Would you say Jokinen and Southorn are likely two guys the Sabres could potentially pass on, or could Southy still rebound?

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Kris Baker
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Wednesday, November 25, 2009 ×

Jokinen still has time to do something at Mankato. Have to wait and see where he takes his game as a 20-21 year old.

Southorn - best thing that can happen is that he gets traded out of PEI and restarts for the stretch drive. He's played ok this season and still has the raw skills to play in the AHL, but he still has to prove that he's matured and can commit to a team game. PEI is going fairly well, but a few other teams would scoop him up for a playoff run so keep an eye around the trading deadline to see what happens.

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