The Kitchener Rangers have signed one of their draft picks from the 2018 draft earlier this month.
15-year-old Isaac Langdon put pen to paper with the team on Sunday.
The Belleville native was a second round pick (32nd overall) by the Rangers. He put up 33 points in 33 games as a member of the OMHA’s Quinte Red Devils this past season.
“Among the many things we liked in Isaac’s game was his work ethic, and we look forward to seeing the strides he will make on and off the ice during his OHL career.” said Rangers general manager Mike McKenzie.