On Wednesday August 19th, the South Carolina Stingrays announced the signing of Canadian forward Frédéric Létourneau. The two sides agreed to terms on a standard player agreement for the upcoming season. The Bowling Green alum joins the Stingrays hockey club after registering 21 points in 35 games last season. He did this, recording six goals along with 15 assists.
The 5’11 senior from Boucherville, Quebec is coming off a pair of career highs in both assists and power play goals. Overall, during his four years at Bowling Green, Létourneau finished his collegiate career having scored 23 goals along with 32 assists. As such, he collected 55 points while also adding on 83 penalty minutes. These numbers he amassed in 140 games played.
To go along with his statistics, Létourneau added a .101 career shooting percentage which he amassed throughout his college hockey tenure. The Stingrays hope that Létourneau can continue to use both his size and skill to be an offensive threat this upcoming season.