PICKERING, ON - NOV 18, 2017: Ontario Junior Hockey League game between the Pickering Panthers and the Lindsay Muskies, Goaltender Ethan Langevin #30 of the Pickering Panthers watches the play during the first period. (Photo by Ray MacAloney / OJHL Images)

Goaltender Langevin Commits To Sting

The Sarnia Sting have received a commitment from 2017 sixth round pick, goaltender Ethan Langevin.

The 16-year-old is the seventh player from this past OHL draft to commit to the Sting.

The Brooklin, ON native was selected out of the 2017 OMHA Champion Whitby Wildcats Minor Midget Program, and is currently playing for Pickering Panthers of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.

In 19 games played he has posted a 2.79 GAA and a .903 save percentage.

Langevin also took part in Hockey Canada’s Under-17 Development Camp for Team Black this past summer as only one of five OHL drafted goaltenders invited.

Sting GM Nick Sinclair is pleased.

“Ethan has made impressive strides with his development over the past eight months,” says Sinclair. “After being selected to Hockey Canada’s U-17 final camp in Calgary during the summer, he has carried that momentum into a strong rookie season with Pickering up to this point. Ethan has earned this opportunity.”

Langevin posted a 0.52 GAA over 18 games with the Whitby Wildcats in 2016-2017.