Former Kitchener Rangers forward Brandon Robinson will return to OUA hockey for a second time.
Robinson has committed to the University of Waterloo Warriors.
The 24-year-old played three seasons with the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, before heading east in 2018 to play lacrosse with the National Lacrosse League's Halifax Thunderbirds.
"I kind of lost my passion for hockey a bit, and the lacrosse opportunity came up," Robinson said. "But ultimately, I didn't want my hockey career to end just like that. I'm excited to come back to hockey."
"He's a guy that has scored at every level he's played at," said Warriors head coach Brian Bourque. "He's a big body too, so we've identified him as someone who has that combination of skill and size. Our goal is that he'll be a top-6 forward for us, and play on the power play."
The Warriors also recently recruited OHL grads Nick King and Jack Phibbs.