Jacob De La Rose a rencontré les médias lors de la séance de repêchage 2013 de la LNH. // The Canadiens' first second round pick at 34th overall, Jason de la Rose meets with the media after being drafted by Montreal.
Birthyear: 1995-05-20 Position: C/W Height: 188 cm / 6'2" Weight: 83 kg / 183 lbs -Video includes highlights of Jacob De La Rose during the 2012-2013 WJC U20 Hockey Tournament in Ufa, Russia. Look for #25! -Team Sweden and De La Rose won the Silver Medal in the tournament with the loss in the Gold Medal game against Team USA. -De La Rose is currently playing for Leksand in the Allsvenskan and is draft eligible for the 2013 NHL draft. Video Footage belongs to TSN and Viasat Hockey. Song: H.O.R.S.E. by John Talabot
Jacob De la Rose speaks with the media after being drafted 34th by the Montreal Canadiens at the 2013 NHL Draft.
Montreal Canadiens 2nd round (34th overall) draft pick in 2013. Highlights from 2014-2017
10 of Jacob de la Rose's (2013, 2nd round, 34th overall) 12 Allsvenskan points. Unfortunately I was unable to find any hits/defensive plays/blocked shots/etc. so I could only upload the points. De La Rose spent the majority of the season on the third and fourth lines of Leksands IF. Leksands earned a promotion to the SHL next season. De La Rose could also head to Windsor, as he was drafted 11th overall in the Import Draft by the Windsor Spitfires, where he could play with fellow Habs prospect, Brady Vail (2012, 5th round, 94th overall).
Centre Jacob de la Rose on the 5-game post-Christmas road trip, and his World Junior Championship predictions.
AHL Report, features the St. John's IceCaps, the Brampton Beast, AHL news and prospect reports. AHL Report interviewed St. John's IceCaps forwards Jacob De la Rose, Charles Hudon and head coach Sylvain Lefebvre following their game against the Syracuse Crunch on Saturday March 11, 2017. Read more here: http://ahl.report
Jacob De La Rose meets the media following Tuesday's practice at the Bell Sports Complex in Brossard
Jacob De La Rose redirige un tir de Brandon Prust dans le filet des Blue Jackets, son tout premier but en carrière dans la LNH. Jacob De La Rose scores his first career NHL goal, re-directing a Brandon Prust shot to put the Canadiens up 4-1 in the third period. 2015/02/26 @ CBJ