Congratulations to alum Donovan Sebrango, who has signed a Standard Player Agreement with the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League.
After much thought and consideration, and with multiple options to choose from for his developmental path, Donovan Sebrango has decided that the Kitchener Rangers are his best option for success.There is no single path to development for all players. Each athlete will develop differently under different circumstances, and luckily, Donovan had several options to choose from to hone his skills.Originally, Donovan verbally committed to Boston University beginning in the fall of 2020 and was then drafted in the 2nd round, 40th overall to the Kitchener Rangers, and also to the Waterloo Black Hawks of the United States Hockey League in the 2nd round, 32nd. He also had interest from several Junior A teams in Ontario.Signing a contract with the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League means Donovan has given up his eligibility to play for Boston University, but he believes the Rangers are his best option to develop as a hockey player.In joining the Rangers, Donovan will have the opportunity to immediately join a top developmental league that is most similar to the pro game. A 68 game schedule and plenty of travel by bus will quickly acclimate him to the grind of professional hockey. Donovan will also be lining up against players as old as 21 in the OHL. This is a challenge that won’t be easy, but one that Donovan is more than ready to take on.Best of luck in Kitchener, Donovan!

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