Lancaster native Dylan McLaughlin, a forward, is among the six players added to the Canisius College hockey recruiting class announced Tuesday by the Griffs.
McLaughlin played the last three seasons with the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders of the USHL. After breaking in as a 16-year-old, ehe scored 24 goals and 64 assists for 88 points in his three seasons.
Other signees are: forwards Felix Chamberland (Quebec City) and Josh Supryka (Belleville, Ont.) defensemen Ian Edmondson (Toronto) and Alex Jaeckle (St. Clair Shores, Mich.) and goalie Alex Savard (Brossard, Que.).
Playing for Pembroke, Chamberland was the leading scorer in the CCHL with 48 goals and 99 points. Savard had a 78-28-4 record with a 2.48 goals-against average and a 90.7 save percentage in three years with the Ottawa Jr. Senators.