By Jared Clinton (@JPDClinton)
After two years of professional hockey, Maxime Langelier-Parent is leaving North America for a spot in Europe.
The 26-year-old forward has signed a one-year deal with the Elite Ice Hockey League’s Nottingham Panthers. Last season, Langelier-Parent suited up for 36 games for the Syracuse Crunch, tallying two goals and seven assists.
Langelier-Parent signed his first professional deal in 2012, and made his debut in 2013, with the Syracuse Crunch. His contract was signed while Tampa Bay was affiliated with Norfolk.
The Quebec native played his college hockey at the University of McGill, where he registered 26 goals and 75 points in 105 contests.
Langelier-Parent announced the deal via his Twitter account this morning: