Kitchener Rangers defenseman Donovan Sebrango has put pen to paper on his first pro contract.
The Detroit Red Wings have signed the 19-year-old to a three-year entry-level contract, which will start next season.
With the OHL season still in limbo, Sebrango has been playing for Detroit's AHL affiliate in Grand Rapids, where he's collected an assist in nine games.
He also spent time in Slovakia's second-tier league, posting three points in five games with HK Levice.
Sebrango has played two OHL seasons with the Rangers, notching 56 points over 118 career games.
He was picked in the third round (63rd overall) by the Red Wings in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.