JuniorHockey.com is pleased to announce that Colin Jacobs
has earned the Firstar Performance of the Week for his outstanding Western
Hockey League game on Saturday, scoring two goals, and helping on three others, to lead the Cougars to a 6-0 win over the Everett Silvertips.
The Coppell, Texas native was selected in the 4th
Round of the 2011 NHL Draft by the Buffalo Sabres and was traded to Prince
George in the off-season from Seattle.
The big Texan has played in 188 WHL games collecting 95
points (46g, 49a).
The five-point night (2+3),
which eclipsed Jacobs' previous high (4) set in December 2010, was a first for
a Sabres prospect since Kevin Sundher's one-goal, four-assist performance last
October according to sabresprospects.com.
Firstar Sports is an
innovative leader, designer, and manufacturer of scientifically advanced
performance products. Firstar's exclusive MSTTM (Moisture System Transference)
and BIO SENSE FITTM comfort technology provides a superior level of performance
clothing for today's active lifestyle and competitive athletic advantage. The
revolutionary MSTTM Poly-Microfibre is engineered to draw sweat away from the
skin through the fabric, accelerating heat and moisture dissipation. Choose
Firstar's WARM-SKIN® for when you need to keep your body warmer during
cooler temperature work-outs and wear Firstar's COOL- SKIN® for all your
other demanding activities. For further information on Firstar visit www.firstarsports.com and UP YOUR GAME
to the next level of performance.
in Kingwood, Texas, JuniorHockey.com celebrates its 3rd season as the game's
leading independent news source devoted to junior hockey. With 245,000+
views a month and over 20,000 pages of content, JuniorHockey.com is emerging as
the world's foremost producer of junior hockey content. For more information,
visit us on the web at www.juniorhockey.com
Week 1- Rudy Sulmonte,
Corpus Christi IceRays, NAHL
Week 2- Colin Jacobs, Prince George Cougars, WHL
PHOTO from WHL.com
* Disclaimer: This site may contain advice, opinions and statements from various authors and information providers. Views expressed in this article reflect the personal opinion of the author, and not necessarily the views of JuniorHockey.com. JuniorHockey.com does not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any advice, opinion, statement or other info provided in the article, or from any other member of this site.