Lagacé to join Adam and Legault

As speculated, the Cape Breton Post is reporting that the Chicoutimi Sagueneens have traded Jacob Lagacé to the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles as part of three-way deal.

The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles are rumoured to be part of a three-team deal that would land them sniper Jacob Lagacé from the Chicoutimi Sagueneens.
The Cape Breton Post has learned that Lagacé will join the Eagles on their weekend road trip. They face the Saint John Sea Dogs Friday and the Halifax Mooseheads, Saturday. Also, posts on Lagacé’s Facebook page have been wishing the Beloeil, Que. native good luck in Cape Breton.
Wednesday, the Eagles flipped 17-year-old blue-liners Zachary Evans-Renaud and Ian Saab and a second round pick in the 2012 draft to the Maineiacs in return for defenceman Eric Gelinas, forward Stephen Woodworth and a fifth-round pick in 2010.
The Eagles will reportedly send Gelinas to the Saguneeens along with a pair of draft picks for Lagacé.

Lagacé, who leads the QMJHL with 30 goals, will join the Eagles forward ranks which also includes Sabres prospects Luke Adam and Maxime Legault. Legault was previously brought in from Shawinigan in a deal over the Christmas holiday. More to come as details shake out.
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Anonymous
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Thursday, January 07, 2010 ×

Do you see a guy like Schutz becoming a 4th line center next year?

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Thursday, January 07, 2010 ×

Looking forward to these two piling up the points together.

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Friday, January 08, 2010 ×

having seen adam i am really egar to check out Lagacé. the sabres have been pretty good drafting french canadians with solid hands and they seem to be the players that make the most impact. right now i am valuing mcnabb and Lagacé fairly high, simply because they suggest the potential to be stronger versions of skills we had in the past.



ennis -- adam -- lagacé sounds like a fun future. now if only we can get kassian to show a more independant mind. its going to be an interesting top 20, seeing as we have 10 strong assets (kassian included)

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Kris Baker
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Sunday, January 10, 2010 ×

8:51 - as of now, it's hard to pencil Schutz in for a 4th line gig until other things shake out. He'll be a fringe guy challenging in camp, but a lot can happen between now and then. I like his game. He plays smart, but it remains to be seen how effective he can be against the fastest, strongest players.

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