Springfield Falcons ink pair

The Springfield Falcons have announced the signing forward Jeremy Langlois and goaltender Mike Clemente to one-year deals for the upcoming season.

Langlois, 23, is coming off of four years at Quinnipac of the NCAA where he put up 100 points (56-44) in 156 career games. In 2012-13, Langlois was named to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference third all-star team after posting 13 goals and 18 assists in 42 games.

From the Falcons’ release:

Langlois, a rookie from Tempe, Ariz., completed his four-year collegiate campaign at Quinnipiac University (NCAA, D-I) this past spring. As a senior, Langlois helped lead the Bobcats to the NCAA Frozen Four Championship Game by posting a team-best 31 points (13g-18a), a career high for the Tempe, Ariz. native. He scored a goal in Quinnipiac’s 4-1 NCAA Frozen Four Semifinal victory over St. Cloud State prior to the Bobcats’ 4-0 title-contest loss to Yale University. Langlois, 23, accumulated 100 points (56g-44a) in 156-career contests from 2009 to 2013 at Quinnipiac.

Clemente, 23, spent last season with the Central Hockey League’s Missouri Mavericks, on loan from the Falcons. While in the CHL, Clemente posted a 3.25 GAA and .894 SV%. Previously, Clemente played four years with Brown of the NCAA and spent two years with the US National Development Program.

From the Falcons’ release:

In 45 appearances with Missouri, Clemente went 25-15-4 with a .894 save percentage, a 3.25 goals-against average, and one shutout while being named the CHL’s Rookie of the Month for October. Clemente made his professional debut at the end of 2011-12 with Springfield, registering a 2-1-0 mark with a .930 save percentage, a 1.99 goals-against average, and a shutout in six outings.

 

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