The Canadiens have re-signed Jacob De La Rose to a two-year, $1.8M ($900K AAV).
De La Rose will be back in the Canadiens lineup on Thursday.
The Canadiens have re-signed Jacob De La Rose to a one-year, $725K extension.
De La Rose has been unable to turn himself into a regular NHLer since being drafted No.34 overall in 2013. This past season he appeared in just nine games with the Canadiens, spending the rest of the year collecting 31 points (14G / 17A) over 62 games with St. John’s (AHL).
The Canadiens recalled Jacob De La Rose on Sunday.
De La Rose has three goals and 12 assists (15 points) in 34 games with St. John’s (AHL) this season. The 21-year-old two-way centre has seven points (4G/ 3A) in 55 career NHL games. There’s no word on whether or not he will make his season debut on Monday.
Source: Stu Cowan 01/16/17, 4:41 am EST
The Canadiens have sent Jacob De La Rose to St. John’s (AHL).
De La Rose, 20, had just one assist in 22 games with the Canadiens. He returns to St. John’s, where he has 11 points (4G / 7A) in 30 games with the IceCaps.
De La Rose will be back in the Canadiens lineup on Tuesday.
De La Rose has been a healthy scratch in the last two games, but he will replace Stefan Matteau in the lineup on Tuesday. De La Rose has just one assist and a minus-6 rating in 20 games with Montreal.
De La Rose will be in the Canadiens' lineup on Tuesday.
De La Rose has been a healthy scratch for the last three games, but will replace the injured Daniel Carr tonight. De La Rose has no points and one shot on goal in two games with the Habs this season.
The Canadiens sent Jacob De La Rose to St. John’s (AHL).
After the Canadiens claimed Paul Byron off of waivers from Calgary, they had to send someone down and De La Rose was the victim of a numbers game. The 20-years-old had four goals and two assists (6 points) in 33 games with the Canadiens last season.
Source: Stu Cowan 10/7/15, 5:32 am EST
The Canadiens reassigned Jacob De La Rose to Hamilton (AHL).
De La Rose was a minus-2 with a five hits in 12:34 TOI in his NHL debut last night vs. the Sabres. Expect Michael Bournival or Manny Malhotra to return to the lineup on Saturday if De La Rose is not recalled before then.
Source: Dave Stubbs 02/4/15, 8:09 am EST
De La Rose will make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
De La Rose, 19, was a second-round pick (34th overall) in the 2013 NHL Draft. The 6-foot-2, 190 lbs. forward plays a physical game, also has the offensive skills to our up some numbers. He had six goals and five assists (11 points) in 37 games with Hamilton (AHL) this season.
The Canadiens recalled Jacob De La Rose from Hamilton (AHL) on Monday.
De La Rose, 19, has registered 11 points (6G / 5A) in 37 games with Hamilton this season. He could make his NHL during his recall.
The Montreal Canadiens have reassigned Jacob De La Rose to Hamilton (AHL).
De La Rose, 19, was the Canadiens second round pick (34th overall) in 2013. Montreal liked what the saw from the 6-foot-2 Swede, despite him failing to record a point in five preseason games. The general consensus around the Habs is that De La Rose will be recalled at some point this season.