Falcons sign Jacob Micflikier to ATO
Springfield, MA - The Springfield Falcons, proud members of the American Hockey League, announced today they have signed forward Jacob Micflikier to a standard Amateur Tryout Agreement contract.
The 5-foot-8, 180-pound native of Winnipeg, Manitoba recently finished his four-year collegiate career with the University of New Hampshire Wildcats collecting 58 goals and 92 assists for 150 points in 153 career games played. Micflikier was the Wildcats' Most Valuable Player during the 2005-06 campaign and ended last season as the team's leading scorer with 42 points.
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