The Oshawa Generals have inked another draft selection.
The team recently announced it signed forward Daniel Michaud to a standard OHL contract.
The Belleville native was the second round, 23rd overall selection by the Gens in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection.
Michaud was a member of the Quinte Red Devils Minor Midget AAA during the 2018-19 season where he tallied 21 goals and 20 assists for 41 points in 36 games played.
The 6’2”, 176-lb, left-handed centre participated in the OHL Cup in March where he scored more than a point per game, notching five goals and two assists in five games with the Red Devils.
At the OHL Gold Cup, Michaud suited up for Team OMHA White, appearing in four games recording a goal and two assists throughout the tournament.
“With the signing of Daniel, it is another opportunity to get another big centreman into our line-up. You can never have too much strength down the middle,” said Generals vice president and general manager Roger Hunt.
“As the season went on and the more our scouting staff watched Daniel, he continued to impress and continued to get better throughout the playoffs and into the OHL Cup,” said Hunt. “We are looking forward to having him in our line-up come September.”
Michaud will join the Generals for training camp at the end of August before the 2019-20 season gets underway, donning the #29 on his jersey.